Description

Come and be enchanted by Paul Maddern as he takes us on a journey from Donegal to Bermuda, from Leeds to London to New York, exploring the multitude of life and the flux of the wor(l)d.

From Shakespeare to Paul Nash, Camden market to catalogues of soldiers’ possessions, and all the paraphernalia in between, this unique exploration of poetry reaches out from the page and comes to life before our eyes.
Innovative and exciting, this performance will be a poignant mixture of words, music and images.
Tickets & Pricing
  • Standard £6.00-£8.00
Mon, 10 Jun 2019
8:00pm
location_on Crescent Arts Centre

Crescent Arts Centre

The Crescent Arts Centre is a vibrant community arts centre and cultural hub in the heart of south Belfast, which provides opportunities for people to meet, be inspired, experience and participate in a wide range of art forms.

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