Tag Archives: Lyric Theatre

‘Lost play’ resonates powerfully today

A play written 100 years ago about Belfast’s sectarian divide has opened at the Lyric Theatre at a time when the issue remains more prevalent than ever. Mixed Marriage by St John Ervine kicks off the Lyric’s ‘Tales of the City’ season, celebrating the 400 years since Belfast received its charter as a town. Set […]

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Lyric’s praises sung by judges

THE Lyric Theatre has impressed a panel of architects to win a hat-trick of awards at the Royal Society of Ulster Architects’ Design Awards 2012.

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Look who’s coming to supper

THEATRE visits are not a regular occurrence for my fiancé and I as he usually has a date with Sky Sports, so I was pleasantly surprised when he agreed to go last week. Our choice was ‘The Civilisation Game’ at the Lyric Theatre, directed by South Belfast’s very own Tim Loane.

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New stage proves to be just the ticket for the Lyric theatre

A South Belfast theatre has announced impressive audience figures since reopening earlier this year.

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Niamh would do anything for The Little Prince

One of the most famous fables in the history of theatre has made its way to South Belfast, where it will be performed over the festive period.

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Aisling Awards 2011 recipients

Justice campaigner Geraldine Finucane has been presented with the Belfast Person of the Year

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