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COVID-19 has caused so much devastation to lives and livelihoods that sometimes it is difficult to see a way of rebuilding.

Yet rebuild we will. Initially this may be through digital and online content, then eventually we will be back on stages in shared celebrations of great music, comedy, literature and film.

If you are in a position to, we would ask you to donate to our fundraising campaign to help our festivals bounce back in 2021/22.

This funding will enable the festival to book more artists, hire more technical crews, work with more venues, attract bigger audiences, support the local hospitality industry and generally help make our city a more attractive place to live and work. 

Any support,no matter how small, will be greatly appreciated.   

         

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The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival from The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival

Established in May 2000, the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival has grown to become one of the most vibrant and dynamic arts festivals on these islands. Located across numerous venues in Belfast's emergent Cathedral Quarter in the city centre, the festival has a wholly inclusive ethos and embraces all major artforms including Music, Theatre, Comedy, Literature and Film.

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  • Fri, January 28 2022, 4:39 PM : Some new shows announced today over at https://t.co/PoF8L46Vol including the amazing @KatherinePriddy. The Eternal Rocks Beneath album is simply spellbinding. Monday 2 May. https://t.co/fqwkoTCrqr
  • Tue, January 25 2022, 1:42 PM : RT @ZoeConwayfiddle: **FREE Live Stream Concert!** Wednesday at 1pm!! Delighted to chat on @bbcradioulster about our concert @BlackBoxBelf…
  • Sat, January 22 2022, 7:55 PM : Should have been getting ready to welcome @Hazel_OConnor onstage tonight at @BlackBoxBelfast. Sending love and strength Hazel, see you in a few months time.
  • Fri, January 21 2022, 2:21 PM : RT @Dani_Larkin_: 🌙 T H E B I G N E W S 🌙 I’m delighted to announce my next Belfast headline show. This time with the wonderful people o…