Eye on NI: What’s happening this week in NI

Keeping an Eye On NI and what’s on. 

Belfast International Arts Festival continues apace with a lot happening including a few cracker gigs in the Grand Opera House in Belfast.

The City of Derry Choir Festival is about ready to start with a 5 day calendar of events. 

And Cinemagic continues to bring movie magic to its young audience at a location near you.


Belfast International Arts Festival (Until 7 Nov)

  • Now in its 59th year, Northern Ireland’s largest contemporary arts festival promises a compelling programme of drama and dance, topical talks with the authors behind the latest literary releases, classical music, toe-tapping folk and roots, affecting independent film and contemporary visual arts.
  • To book, visit BelfastInternationalArtsFestival.com or call the Box Office on 028 9024 6609.

City of Derry International Choir Festival (20-23 Oct)

  • Celebrating its ninth successful year, the festival will feature a mix of digital and in-person events, as the festival once again boasts a variety of performances in venues across the city.
  • The line-up includes performances from Grammy Award-winners Chanticleer, critically acclaimed vocal ensemble Tenebrae, as well as the return of award-winning Derry chamber choir, Codetta.
  • For more information on the festival, and to book tickets please visit: https://www.derrychoirfest.com/

Cinemagic Internationaltt Film Festival for Young People (Until 31 Oct)

  • The festival continues its month-long programme of events for families, schools, young adults, and young filmmakers in cinemas and online! Download Programme
  • The festival’s return to venues includes Belfast’s UIster Museum, Odeon Cinemas and Queen’s Film Theatre.
  • The Cinemagic’s streaming platform will play a significant part in screening the festival’s world cinema programme, with brand new titles for all ages to enjoy, and a catalogue of films released weekly.
  • More info at https://cinemagic.org.uk

 

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