Written by Dominic Montague
Directed by Paula McFetridge
A funny, poignant, and deeply human theatrical audio walking tour of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter.
This 1 hour tour lets you see the city through the prism of the LGBTQI+ experience, making familiar streets seem brand new. Join us and see another side of Belfast, opening up a new conversation on how gender and sexuality inform and shape how we move through our city, and how our city moves through us.
“A genuine reflection of the realities of queer individuals living in a post-Troubles Belfast”PROGRSS
“This is both an individual, and sadly, a universal story which penetrates deep into the consciousness. It remains lodged there as the days slip away, whispering, niggling, nudging a closer awareness of the streets, murals and buildings that one would unthinkingly have passed by”THE EVEN HAND
Tickets: £12 & £8 Concession
Quartered tours run every third Saturday of the month.
- Saturday 20 August
- Saturday 17 September
- Saturday 22 October
- Saturday 19 November
Times: 11am, 12.15pm, 1.45pm
Cast & Crew
Playwright: Dominic Montague
Director: Paula McFetridge
Narrator: Neil Keery
Audio Mastering: Cormac O’Kane at RedBox Recording Studio
Starting Point: Opposite The Dark Horse (Commercial Court, Belfast BT1 2LB)
End Point: The Sunflower (65 Union St, Belfast BT1 2JG)
Duration: 1 hour
This event is an outdoor, audio walking tour. Please wear appropriate footwear, and dress for the weather.
We suggest using your own smartphone and headphones for this performance but Kabosh will supply additional MP3 players and headphones on the day. Full instructions will be emailed in advance of the event.
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Groups & Work Events
Kabosh are happy to host private tours for groups and work events, just contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.