Belfast International Arts Festival 2017
Oct 06 2017 - Oct 28 2017
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Belfast International Arts Festival brings an eclectic fusion of cutting edge performances to ...
Belfast International Arts Festival brings an eclectic fusion of cutting edge performances to the Belfast stage, with 191 events from 14 countries taking place over 23 days from 6 - 28 October 2017, including 12 premieres.
Audiences can expect a world-class programme of theatre, performance art, moving image, visual art, dance and music, with opportunities to directly engage and participate in the creative arts.
The full programme of events is available at www.belfastinternationalartsfestival.com.
The festival will see the Irish Premiere of Celui Qui Tombe (He Who Falls) presented by Compagnie Yoann Bourgeois. The circus-influenced spectacle swings into action at the Grand Opera House on 19 and 20 October.
The Ulster Hall will host Russia's famous Mariinsky Orchestra on 11 October. Conducted by Valery Gergiev, the orchestra will perform an all-Russian programme climaxing with Shostakovich's epic Symphony number 11.
Experience Poppies: Weeping Window, a deeply moving ceramic sculpture draped across the front of the Ulster Museum from 14 October - 3 December, accompanied by a supporting programme of talks, music, theatre and literary events, Contested Legacies.
Karine Polwart appears in the Irish premiere of Wind Resistance at The MAC on Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 October.
Soul sensation and singer-songwriter Paul Carrack will hit the stage at the Grand Opera House on Saturday 21 October.
Joint Artists in Residence, Maria McManus and Deirdre Cartmill, will be bringing poetry to the public realm with The Poetry Jukebox, a contemporary on-street sound installation at the Crescent Arts Centre.
Gardens Speak, an award-winning and deeply moving interactive sound installation from Tania El Khoury, contains the oral histories of ten people buried in Syrian gardens, running from 11 - 22 October in Shaftesbury Square.