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Please note this event has been postponed.
Following the announcement by the NI Executive on further restrictions from 27 November, the opening of The Star Factory in the grounds of City Hall has been postponed and it will not open on Saturday 21 November as planned.
It will now open on Saturday 12 December, subject to restrictions at that time, and there are plans to extend its run to Sunday 10 January. Sorry for any disappointment. Ticket holders will be contacted directly to rearrange bookings - keep an eye on Belfast City Councils website and Facebook and Twitter for updates.
Please note all tickets for the Star Factory have now been allocated.
You won't want to mis this year’s socially-distanced Belfast festive offering in the grounds of City Hall – an immersive, interactive lighting and sound experience.
Inspired by local poet Ciaran Carson whose works were about growing up in a city full of stories, The Star Factory is completely unique to Belfast. You’ll be starry-eyed at this wonderful collection of installations, which includes a colourful lighting trail through the City Hall grounds complete with an LED tunnel, interactive projections, magical music, festive photo opportunities and eye-catching sculptures.
If you’re coming along, make sure you don’t miss your slot. To avoid any queueing or gathering, please arrive at your allocated time. Please follow the latest NI Executive guidelines and keep a safe distance.
Relaxed Sensory Sessions: On Sunday 29 December from 4pm to 8.30pm the Star Factory will be adapted to accommodate those with sensory and sensitive needs. For example, strong flashing lights, loud sound effects will be adjusted for the evening. For more information contact the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre on 028 9024 6609.
This event is FREE but tickets must be booked online in advance in order secure your time slot, as organisers need to keep numbers to a minimum and ensure social distancing.
For more information, go to visitbelfast.com/article/the-star-factory or visit the following links:
Upcoming events at Belfast City Hall
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