10th Feb 2019 in Arts

Five unmissable events happening in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter this week.

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Northern Ireland Science Festival

Thurs 14th Feb – Sun 24th Feb

Back again for its fifth year, The NI Science Festival kicks off this Thursday and runs until 24th February. The programme is bigger and better than ever, with nearly 30 events taking place in The Cathedral Quarter. Check out our full guide to the Science Festival events taking place in CQ Belfast this year.

Belfast Business Mastermind Event

The Business Mindset are running a Mastermind Taster Session in The Ramada Encore for business owners who want to learn more about this powerful way to supercharge your business. They can help with goal setting, accountability, support, networking and brainstorming.

Organ Recital at Belfast Cathedral

Sun 17th February

The Cathedral’s monthly organ recitals begin at 3pm, and finish before Choral Evensong at 3.30pm. They are free to attend and visitors are invited to stay for the recitals and for Evensong. February’s recital this Sunday will be performed by Jack Wilson, playing J.S. Bach, Fantasia and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542 and
Whitlock, Plymouth Suite. View the full programme for the monthly recitals here.

Ubu The King

Tues 12th – Sat 23rd Feb

The latest production by Tinderbox is described as “grotesque, gruesome and hilariously absurd” and is inspired by Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi, which caused a riot in Paris in 1906. Get your tickets now to enjoy this “feast for the wicked”! You are warned this is a no-holds-barred immersive experience so please don’t wear your best clothes. Protective clothing will be provided on the night!

Artist Talk: Linda Conroy at Belfast Exposed

Fri 15th Feb

Following a successful exhibition preview of Breaking The Mould, artist Linda Conroy has been invited to speak about her fascinating show. She has taken the Church and identity as a source of inspiration for her playful and subversive work which utilises individual formal photographs of a recognizable church ceremony.

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