Belfast Theatre - November 2015
The best musical, drama and dance productions taking place on stages across Belfast throughout the next month
Swan Lake - Running until November 7 at the Grand Opera House - Book now
Ballet’s greatest love story returns in Birmingham Royal Ballet’s lavish production of the timeless classic, Swan Lake. This romantic fable of ill-fated passion, powerfully illuminated by Tchaikovsky’s legendary score, has bewitched viewer s for generations.
Vernon God Little - Running until November 8 at the Lyric Theatre - Book now
Decadent Theatre Company return to the Lyric with D.B.C. Pierre’s witty and dark Vernon God Little, based on the Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name.
The Flood - Running until November 8 at the Lyric Theatre - Book now
Set in New York’s Lower East Side on the night of a devastating storm, The Flood plays out between two couples gathered to weather the tempest outside as a hidden tragedy stirs up yet another storm within.
Trouble - November 12 and 13 at The MAC - Book now
TheatreofplucK (Tuesdays At Tescos, The Trouble with Harry) are back with a new production written by Shannon Yee (Reassembled Slightly Askew) that creatively brings to life the voices of queer people who lived through the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s in Northern Ireland.
Scorch - Running from November 17 - 21 at The MAC - Book now
A story of first love through the eyes of a gender-curious teen, Prime Cut's Scorch examines how the human story often gets lost amidst the headlines.
White Christmas - Running from November 17 - 21 at the Grand Opera House - Book now
New Lyric Operatic Company rings in the festive season at the Grand Opera House with the Northern Ireland premiere of Irving Berlin’s 1950s classic musical White Christmas.
The Inklings - November 21, 8pm at the Belvoir Players Theatre - Book tickets
Premiere of Roger Courtney's two-act play taking us to two of the meetings C.S. Lewis had with J.R.R. Tolkien and other literary companions in 1941 and 1949 to share drafts and give feedback on one another's work.
Rumpelstiltskin - Running from November 26 - January 3 at The MAC - Book tickets
The MAC bring mischievous magic to the stage this Christmas in their adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairytale - suitable for all ages and featuring the hallmarks of the venue's festive productions: live music, fun and spectacular action.
Questioning Aslan - November 26, 8pm at Willowfield Church - Book tickets
With the world in the grip of an economic downturn and the fear and uncertainty of the Cold War building, C.S. Lewis calls his promising protégé into his study to discuss a very different dilemna. Inspired by the life of C.S. Lewis, this production asks questions of faith and belief that will provoke, challenge and inspire.