TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham is to come to The Crescent, as part of the first independent audit of its kind in the UK involving Citizen Science. His goal is to highlight the extent to which the nation’s species are under threat.
If ever the world needed a festival of free spirits, of imagination and ideas, and of reason, it is now. And where is that festival to be found? Here, in Belfast, during 12-18 March.
People in Northern Ireland are in for a treat when they come to see this amazing exhibition of contemporary Chinese painting in the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast during the Chinese New Year fortnight (16-28 February). Over 50 beautiful paintings are on display, exquisitely mounted on Chinese silk brocade as hanging scrolls or in traditional frames.
Tales of the Unexpected was essential Sunday night viewing throughout the 80s and Wireless Mystery Theatre – Ireland's Masters of Suspense – will bring the series to life, live on stage. Featuring a wholly radiophonic score, in tribute to Ron Grainer, the author and the original theme, and his work as part of the BBC's experimental Radiophonic Workshop, join Roald Dahl for four of the most twisted and twisty tales from the series.
This week we are delighted to play host to the Belfast Comedy Festival. Running from 2-8 October in 20 venues across the city, the festival is Belfast’s only dedicated comedy arts festival and features a host of established and emerging comic performers.