Crescent Arts Centre
- Telephone 028 9024 2338
- Website www.crescentarts.org
There are 13 events at this location
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Certain Dark Things: Melancholy
The award-winning theatre company uses puppetry, physical theatre and animation to share the story of an inventor who tries to recreate his lost wife.
Chamber Babies - Live Classical Music For Little Listeners
Chamber Babies - live classical music for little listeners Gillian McCutcheon (clarinet) Jonathan Rea (piano) Walk, sway, crawl, roll, dance or just chill out to a carefully selected programme of short classical pieces designed both to engage and enchant (or soothe to sleep!) the youngest listeners and their mums…
Chekhov's Shorts: European Arts Company
A performance of the Russian writer's one-act farces, including The Evils of Tobacco, The Dimwit, The Bear, Swan Song and The Proposal.
Thu 30 Mar
Comedy Night With Jo Caulfield!
The comedian, who is Graham Norton's head writer and a regular guest on Mock The Week and Have I Got News For You, takes a sharp, witty and insightful look at life's potential traps, what can go wrong and how to deal with them.
Hard Rain Soloist Ensemble: Beyond The Spectra
Iain McCurdy directs the ensemble in which timbre features as a primary focus of the music. The performance will feature Gerard Grisey's expansive work, Talea.
Hard Rain Soloist Ensemble: In C
A performance of the work by the American minimalist composer Terry Riley.
Hard Rain Soloist Ensemble: Xenaxis
A performance of works by Xenaxis, Zatriqi, Caffrey and Hellawell with the conductor Sinead Hayes, the percussionist Alex Petcu and the clarinetist William Curran.
The Indian Impression Trio
The group featuring flautist Shantala Subramanyam, violinist Shradha Ravindran and mridangam-player Anirudh Bhat perform south Indian classical music.
The Light Runners
The band featuring members from Ireland and Africa cover old favourites from the world of African and Caribbean reggae music, including Bob Marley, The Wailers, Peter Tosh, Max Romeo and more.
Northern Accents: Seven Last Words Of Our Saviour On The Cross
Performance of Haydn's work with text composed and read by author, Jan Carson and featuring violinists Joanne Quigley McParland and Michael Trainor, viola-player Laura Sinnerton and cellist David McCann.
Sat 15 Apr
£8–£12 / 028 9024 2338
The Scottish singer-songwriter and musician, who competed in the 13th series of The X Factor, performs his acoustic-pop melodies.
The Spellbound Boy
An adaption of Ravel's L'Enfant Et Les Sortilege presented by Open Arts' Community Choir, Luminous Soul dance, Monday Players drama and Gamelan ensemble.