As the 14th Annual Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival gets set to take the city by storm we’ve picked you out some of the hottest shows.
Log onto cqaf.com for a full schedule for the festival running from April 30 to May 10.
Here are 10 of the hottest CQAF shows:
Paul Muldoon reading from One Thousand Things
101 The Redeemer, May 9, 8pm
Leading Irish poet Paul Muldoon fresh from his home in the US reads from his acclaimed new collection.
Lucy Porter – Me Time
Black Box, May 3, 8pm
Finding modern life a bit difficult? Maybe you were born in the wrong era. In this show Lucy tries to find her meaningful place in history.
Shot Glass presents Three Strikes
Dark Horse, May 4-5, 8pm
Belfast’s shiniest, newest theatre company are back with three short comic plays.
Cáit “Rocky” O’Riordan
Black Box, May 2, 2pm
Original Pogue Cáit recreates the manic fun and energy of the eraly days of the Pogues when they gigged in small sweaty clubs.
Rawlife Theatre Company presents Lanciatore – The Juggling Man
Belfast Circus School, May 7-17, 8pm
Allow yourself to experience up close the lengths some people will go to.
The Lost Brothers and Malojian
Black Box, May 5, 8pm
Lost Brothers return to the festival with their stunning fourth album New Songs of Dawn and Dust in tow.
Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope
101 The Redeemer, May 8, 8pm
This show traces the extraordinary life of The Naked Civil Servant Quentin Crisp.
Black Box, May 6, 1pm
Award winning political cartoonist Martin Rowson takes us on a romp through a 32,000 year old history of visual satire.
Festival Marquee, May 7, 8pm
With a stunning new album in the pipeline, Lucy Rose is set to become a household name for 2015.
This is her first headline show in two years in Belfast.
Camille O’Sullivan – Changeling
St Anne’s Cathedral, April 30
Expect high musical melodrama and the songs of Brel, Cave, Waits, Bowie and more….
For more shows click HERE for a list of the first 11 announced last month.