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Founded in 1994, Kabosh is committed to challenging the notion of what theatre is and where it takes place. The company aims to reinvent the ways in which stories are told, commissioning new writing and devising work for site-specific environments and installation.

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Coming up in early 2019!

A Queer Cȇilí at the Marty Forsythe


Kabosh presents an exciting new production exploring the turbulent events of the first National Union of Students Lesbian and Gay Conference, held at Queens University Belfast in 1983.

Met by large-scale protest from the ‘Save Ulster From Sodomy’ crusade, and mounting tensions within the NUS Executive, delegates were in danger of receiving anything but a warm Irish welcome.

That was all about to change…

Delegates were offered an invitation from the community in West Belfast to join them at the Martin Forsythe Social Club in Turf Lodge, an invitation that was eagerly accepted.

Set against the soundscape of 1983 Belfast: the escalating Troubles; vocal and violent opposition to homosexuality; and a thriving punk scene, A Queer Céilí at the Marty Forsythe looks at a unique chapter in Belfast’s history and celebrates commonality and camaraderie in the face of adversity. The world premiere of this production will take place in the Trinity Lodge, formerly The Marty Forsythe where the 1983 céilí was held.

Trinity Lodge, Monagh Grove
Wednesday 27th – Saturday 30th March | 8pm Tickets £12 / £10
The performance on Saturday 30th March will be followed by a traditional céilí

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Produced by Kabosh in partnership with OUTing The Past. Written by Dominic Montague and directed by Paula McFetridge. A premiere with the Imagine Belfast Festival of Ideas and Politics.

The Box

See the incredible archive of WW1 Co. Down nurse Olive Swanzy brought to life in this beautiful production – touring 18th – 25th January to Rostrevor, Down Arts Centre, Sean Hollywood Newry and the Market Place Theatre Armagh. Find out more here

Belfast Bred

Join chef Barney on the last Saturday of every month for the funnest food tour in town! Find out more.































Streets of Belfast

As part of Féile an Earraigh we are presenting *The West Awake*. To get a taste of the tour, and to experience the only theatrical walking tour app, download Streets of Belfast.
Available on iTunes and the iPhone App Store you can sample the first three stops on *The West Awakes* for free and after that it’s just 79p for the full Falls Road and/or Shankill Road.

Search Streets of the Belfast on the App Store or find more info here

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