Please note, due to increased COVID-19 restrictions until 5 March 2021 this event may be cancelled or postponed; or its venue may be temporarily closed to the public. Check with the event organiser or venue for most up-to-date information.
Out to Lunch Arts Festival is proud to kick off a more hopeful 2021 with a month-long programme (8-30 January) of live streamed events.
It’s been a long hard road, but Out to Lunch Arts Festival is proud to kick off a more hopeful 2021 with a month-long programme of live streamed events. In time honoured tradition, grab a bowl of something hot and tune in for lunch, from the comfort of your own home!
Out to Lunch has been on hand to help Belfast get through the darkest month of the year since 2016. The circumstances may be particularly tough, but 2021 is no exception for us.
While it might take 2021 a little while yet to get going, we hope that our digitally served menu of live music, comedy, literature, theatre, lectures and more will keep the flame alive, and herald a brighter, happier new year.
Out to Lunch is especially thrilled to be laying on a four-week programme, noon and night, of amazing events which include:
Kevin McAleer, Joshua Burnside, Dea Matrona, Jordan Adetunji, Duke Special Gramophone Club, Will Self, Edward Carson’s Last Stand, History of Illusion - A Faculty Lecture with Caolan McBride, Danny Boy, Natalie Haynes, Spud, Alison Spittle, Opera for Lunch, Malojian, a celebration of John Prine, Amanda St John, Brighde Chaimbeul & Aidan O’Rourke, Ciaran Lavery, Frederick Douglass, Belfast, Ireland & Anti-Slavery, Brian Moore@100, Pigeons & Plum’s Harem of Hallions, The Henry Girls, Warmduscher, Matt McGinn & Guests, Faculty Lectures - Preserving the Apocalypse & The Minotaur Speaks, A Rabbie Burns Lunch, Emer Maguire – Is Laughter Really the Best Medicine, Richrad Herring on The Problem with Men and Teresa Livingstone’s Class.
Out to Lunch Arts Festival runs from 8-30 January.
For full programme information and to book for an event please go to www.cqaf.com