Cultural Tourism offers visitors and residents of the city the opportunity to explore and investigate the stories and histories of the spaces they live in, work in, and visit. Kabosh are the key provider of cultural tourism in Belfast, offering audiences innovative tailored experiences in unusual spaces within the city.
As a site-specific theatre company Kabosh present new dialogues through which audiences can experience a space, whilst offering a curated encounter with the city for visitors. Kabosh are looking to engage with tourism and arts providers across the UK and Ireland to research and develop new ways of collaborative working and shared development.
We would like to invite you to join us in Belfast for a day to experience this work for yourself on Wednesday 20th March 2013, Belfast
Belfast Bred – a theatrical walking tour of Belfast, exploring the food and drink history of our Victorian city, savouring the sights and tastes with surprising interaction from local proprietors. Winner Arts & Business “Best Brand” and “Overall Arts Award – 2012”.
Lunch at the world renowned James St South, including an opportunity to chat with Kabosh executive, local business and partners, as well as see additional pop-up performances. This will offer a range of perspectives on the value and diversity of cultural and political tourism including examples of positive digital development.
“Why the hell doesn’t every city in the country have a place like this?” – Jay Rayner, The Observer Restaurant Review.
The West Awakes – a cutting-edge political walking tour of the Fall’s Road, with site-specific theatrical animation from Kabosh.
Pint and Q&A session in the Felon’s, Falls Rd.
What does the work of Kabosh do?
– Provide innovative, bespoke theatre production in unique spaces;
– Increase footfall and generate additional spend for a space/site/business;
– Curate audience and visitor experiences to offer a positive platform for cultural dialogue between residents, tourists and business;
– Develop break-even models of operation that can be revived at cost and provide strong return on investment, sustainability and customer value for money.
Kabosh’s work in Cultural Tourism is the result of continued demand from local authorities, business/special interest groups and arts organisations looking for creative ways to increase visitors to their site, building or space. This work is typically to commission or co-production, and Kabosh frequently work with partners to seek funding opportunities so these events can be realised.
Want to know more? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 02890 243343. Places are very limited so book early. This event is free to attend and lunch will be provided.
Travel and accommodation assistance may be available, please contact us for more information. This is the perfect opportunity to experience this work first-hand for those of you working within cultural tourism.