If you’re stuck for something to do in Belfast this weekend here’s a few events that you may not be aware of…
The Battle Of Manchester
T13, Saturday May 7, 5pm, £25 (tickets here)
Celebrating The Stone Roses, Oasis and The Hacienda club with live performances from The Clone Roses v Oasis (Blackpool v Barrowlands) as well as Digging Up The Hacienda with Bez, 808 State, Gleave, K Klass.
Saint George’s Church, Friday May 6, 8pm, £10 (tickets here)
The magnificent Ciaran Lavery launches his new album Let Bad In with a show in the equally magnificent surroundings of St George’s Church.
The Barracks, 8-10 Exchange Place, Saturday & Sunday, May 7 & 8, £7 (tickets here)
Three Belfast based actresses will star in Turtle – a sexy, blackly funny and murderously provocative tale of lesbians, animals, sex and violence.
Read more here
Redeemer Central, 101 Donegal Street, Friday May 6, 8pm, £8/£6 (tickets here)
Belfast musician Hannah releases her new EP ‘Wind Machine’ with a gig as part of the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival.
Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry
Festival Marquee, Custom House Square, Saturday May 7, 8pm, £12.50 (tickets here)
The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival are thrilled to welcome seminal reggae producer Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry to celebrate the great man’s 80th birthday.
The MAC, Sunday May 8, 8pm, £10 (tickets here)
Country music legend Tina C is in town for a special evening of love, self-empowerment, geo-political musings, damn-fine hollering and the best legs in the business!