Titans | April 2012

Upcoming Productions

Last Saturday of every month!

Belfast Bred

Stephen Beggs / Michael Lavery


Tour departs from Sawers Deli

Belfast Bred now runs throughout the year on the last Saturday of every month!

If you have yet to sample the culinary and theatrical delight that is Belfast Bred then this is the perfect opportunity to get in on the action.
Belfast Bred is a unique tour which fuses theatre, history, a walking tour and the food offering of Belfast today.

With your guide Barney, a chef from the RMS Titanic who has spent the last 105 years frozen in an iceberg, you will discover Belfast’s rich heritage and get a first-hand fascinating and hilarious insight into the food that Belfast was built on!

Along your way you will sample the culinary delights on offer from some of Belfast’s finest eateries including Sawers Deli, Mourne Seafood, The John Hewitt, The Dark Horse before finishing at the world famous St. George’s Market.

Tickets priced just £22
Tours begin at 10:30am at Sawers Deli, Fountain Street, and last approx 2 1/2 hours.

If you’re left in any doubt just check out our Trip Advisor Reviews to hear what other people have thought of the tour.























G&B

Green & Blue

James Doran & Vincent Higgins


Various venues

We have a busy summer 2017 season of touring coming up for our critically acclaimed Green & Blue.

Green & Blue explores the painful and humorous realities faced by the individuals who patrolled the border during the height of the conflict. Based on an oral archive of serving RUC and An Garda Síochána officers, this new production fuses theatre and film to look at the person behind the uniform and the different experiences of two individuals on either side of a line in the ground.

You can see Green & Blue throughout the summer as below:

Scene: Northern Ireland Festival – Dresden

Friday 9th June – 8pm | Societaets Theater, Dresden
Tickets from €6.50 | For more details and to book click HERE

Earagail Arts Festival – Donegal

Tuesday 18th July – 8pm | Colgan Hall, Carndonagh
Tickets from €12 | For more details and to book click HERE

Wednesday 19th July – 8pm | An Grainán Theatre, Letterkenny
Tickets from €12 | For more details and to book click HERE

Thursday 20th July – 8pm | Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair, Gweedore
Tickets from €12 | For more details and to book click HERE

John Hewitt International Summer School

Tuesday 25th July – 8:30pm | Market Place Theatre, Armagh
Tickets £10 | For more details and to book click HERE

Fit-up Festival, Cork

Tuesday 1st – Sunday 6th August
Tuesday 1st August - 8:15pm | Bank House, Whiddy Island
Wednesday 2nd August -  8pm | Community Hall, Kilcrohane
Thursday 3rd August – 8pm | Community Hall, Timoleague
Friday 4th August – 8pm | The Abbey Grounds, Sherkin Island
Saturday 5th August – 8pm | Lecture Theatre (Camp Church), Rerrin Bere Island
Sunday 6th August – 8pm | Community Hall, Ballydehob
All tickets €15/€12 | Book Online

Féile 2017

Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th August – 7:30pm | The Felons Club, Belfast
Tickets £10 | For more details and to book click HERE























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Lives in Translation - A rehearsed reading


East Belfast Network Centre

Tuesday 8th August | 7pm
East Belfast Network Centre, Templemore Avenue Belfast
Tickets £3

Written by Rosemary Jenkinson and based on interviews with female Somalian refugees, Kabosh’s newest production celebrates the human survival instinct through the story of a woman who in fleeing the conflict of her home becomes trapped in a different form of struggle: with the suffocating bureaucracy surrounding immigration.

This poignant new drama explores how recent migrants navigate support systems through translation, how disempowering and frustrating this system can be, how time is controlled by those it least affects…

Staged for the East Side Arts Festival as a rehearsed reading this is a unique chance to see behind the scenes in the creation of a new performance and to inform that process.

The performance will be followed by a facilitated discussion.























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Lives in Translation - a rehearsed reading


Ards Arts Centre

Thursday 17th August – 8pm
Ards Arts Centre
Tickets £3

Written by Rosemary Jenkinson and based on interviews with female Somalian refugees, Kabosh’s newest production celebrates the human survival instinct through the story of a woman who in fleeing the conflict of her home becomes trapped in a different form of struggle: with the suffocating bureaucracy surrounding immigration.

This poignant new drama explores how recent migrants navigate support systems through translation, how disempowering and frustrating this system can be, how time is controlled by those it least affects…

Staged for the Ards Arts Centre as a rehearsed reading this is a unique chance to see behind the scenes in the creation of a new performance and to inform that process.

The performance will be followed by a facilitated discussion.























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