Friday, June 17, 2011

Dramatic weekend with the Pick'n'Mix Festival (17-19 June)

2011 programme for Pick'n'Mix festival in Belfast

Pick’n’Mix Festival is showcasing a great variety of staged readings, mini plays and dance performances this weekend in Queen’s University’s Brian Friel Theatre and rehearsal studio. The box office is closed, the performances have started, but there should still be some tickets on sale from the venue.

It’s not too late to catch the farcical Cooking with Elvis (Bruiser); children shows (Cahoots); up to the minute satire (Tinderbox); Songe for Jean McConville - Requiem for the Disappeared (opera by Ransom); kinetic motion sensors supporting a three dimensional dance performance in a virtual world (Eileen McClory); and lots lots more. Tickets £5 with some double dip offers (two shows for the price of one).

More details on The MAC website or on Facebook. And don’t forget that the Belfast Book Festival still has a few more days to run around the corner in the Crescent Arts Centre.

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