What’s on at the @lyricbelfast this Spring

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Lyric Theatre listings Feb-March 2014

Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Date/Time: 6 Feb – 8 March; various times
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Danske Bank Stage
Description: Brian Friel’s most famous play tackles sweeping themes of Irish emigration and family in a story about 25-year-old, Gar O’Donnell who is torn between his small town home in Donegal and the bright lights of America.
Cost: £10-£24.50

Molly Sweeney
Date/Time: 8 Feb – 8 March; Tue – Sat 8pm; Sat & Sun 3pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Naughton Studio
Description: Part of the Brian Friel season at the Lyric. This rarely performed poetic tale about a woman who is persuaded to have an operation to restore her eyesight, having been blind since birth.
Cost: £11-£16

A Boy And His Box
Date/Time: 9 – 11 March; various times
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Naughton Studio
Description: The Lyric is delighted to be part of the Belfast Children’s Festival beginning with this new show for children aged 4-8 and their families, telling the story of a boy, his box and his vivid imagination!
Cost: £6; £20 Family (2 adults & 2 children)

The Ice Child
Date/Time: 12 March; 7pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Naughton Studio
Description: The Ice Child is not like other children. He’s lost in a world that doesn’t understand and doesn’t welcome him. Part of the Belfast Children’s Festival.
Cost: £6; £20 Family (2 adults & 2 children)

Nico & Martin: Instant Orchestra
Date/Time: 14 March; 4pm & 6pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Naughton Studio
Description: How would you like to play in an orchestra even if you’ve never played an instrument before? Now’s your chance with Nico and Martin who have been introducing new participants to this fun and musical adventure. Belfast Children’s Festival.
Cost: £6; £20 Family (2 adults & 2 children)

A Skull In Connemara
Date/Time: 11 – 16 March; Tues-Sat 7.45pm, Sat & Sun 2.30pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Danske Bank Stage
Description: Martin McDonagh’s brilliant black comedy about a graveyard and digging up the past.
Cost: £18-£22

A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man
Date/Time: 18 – 22 March; 7.45pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Danske Bank Stage
Description: Following it’s sold out run in Dublin – The New Theatre, Dublin presents James Joyce’s A portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
Cost: £16-£20

Tuesdays With Morrie
Date/Time: 25 – 30 March; Tues-Sat 7.45pm, Sat & Sun 2.30pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Danske Bank Stage
Description: Adapted from the phenomenally sucessful novel by Mitch Albom, Tuesdays With Morrie tells the story of a journalist who makes contact with his dying former college professor and gets a last class in the meaning of life.
Cost: £18-£22

Into The Hinterland
Date/Time: 26 & 27 March; Wed 1.30pm & 7.30pm; Thurs 7.30pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Naughton Studio
Description: The Lyric Theatre/KIC Creative Learning all-ability project perform a physical theatre display at the completion of the 2013/2014 Creative Learning Programme.
Cost: £5-£7

For more info contact: www.lyrictheatre.co.uk or Lyric box office on 028 9038 1081

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Post Author: Belfast Times

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