Crescent Arts Centre
- Telephone 028 9024 2338
- Website www.crescentarts.org
There are 17 events at this location
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Caoimhin O Raghallaigh
The Irish musician performs on a 10-string fiddle called the hardanger d'amore.
Charlotte McDonald-Gibson discusses her new book, which looks at the European Union's response to the refugee crisis according to five people who have come to Europe since 2011.
Celtic Soul: Van Morrison Tribute
Seven-piece covers band play the music of Van Morrison.
Informal concerts designed for babies and parents by the Belfast Music Society. Performed by classical musicians from Northern Ireland.
Folk-rock from the fiddle player, guitarist and singer-songwriter.
Fine & Dandy Market
Browse a range of stalls showcasing the work of independent artists, designers, illustrators and crafters alongside collectors of records, books, vintage wares and quality local food and drink produce.
Ghostbusters… Retro! A Live Radio Show!
Wireless Mystery Theatre perform the 1930s radio play that Harold Ramis based his 1984 film on.
The finger-style guitarist plays a combination of his own compositions with his 'classic rock' arrangements.
Josephine Foster & Trembling Bells
The modern American folk musician and the Glasgow-based psych-folk band perform.
The Manchester-born singer-songwriter and actor performs a selection of pop and rock songs.
Matthew Green - Aftershock
The foreign correspondent discusses his new book, which looks at the struggles British soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder face.
The Brazilian five-piece perform a mixture of psychedelic samba, distorted jazz and afro-punk.
Professor Gordon McMullan - Forgetting 1616
The Shakespeare scholar discusses what it means to remember the Bard in 2016 and what needs to be forgotten in the process, such as his contemporaries who also died that year.
Purely Poetry Open Mic Night
Poets at all levels of experience share their work in an encouraging atmosphere. To take part just sign up on the night and names will be drawn at random.
Bilingual spoken word event presented by the Irish Writers Centre and featuring poems, rap, songs and music. There will be an open mic too.
The award-winning pianist performs works by composers including Debussy, Piazzolla, Rachmaninoff and Philip Glass.
What We're Made Of
Patrick J O'Reilly directs the Tinderbox Theatre Company performance of three one-act plays that question who we think we are, challenge what we think we know and celebrate what it means to be alive.