You do such wonderful work here, the children are so talented - A Regular Pattron, Dunmurry
And Then There Were None
Ten people arrive on a lonely Island invited by a mysterious Mr. and Mrs. Owen. Each has their own dark secret but when those secrets are revieled people begin to meet a violent and bloody end. The group must quickly decide who can be trusted and where the unkown killer is hidding in this classic Agatha Cristie murder mystery. Belvoir Players presents this play as a traditional period piece with some scenes viewers may find disturbing.
Performances: 16th - 18th March
Sing Rock Live
The BIG Belfast Choir return with their concert of live music from classic choral songs and famous musicals. Joining them is Descant Singing Sensations and The Rock Strings childrens violin group.
Performances: 24th - 25th March
Little Shop of Horrors
If you find yourself in urban ‘skid row’ you’re a deadbeat loser, a ditsy cluts or a sadistic psychopath. For Seymour Krelborn that’s no exception. An orphan who works at the run down Mushnik’s Flower Shop, his life was going nowhere until one day, during a total eclipse of the sun he found a strange and other worldly plant. Sudenly his fortunes started to change. Fame, money and the love of his life, all at the cost of ‘just a little blood’... that’s not too bad right?
Performances: 4th - 8th April
A Fat Lot of Good
Belvoir Players presents an original comedy written, directed and performed by local talent.
Performances: 17 - 19 April
Beauty and the Beast
NISMAT Theatre School Bring you the enchanting classic story of Beauty and the Beast Long ago a young prince, spoiled and unkind is cursed for his wickedness by a beautiful enchantress. He is transformed into a hideous monster and his castle becomes a dark and frightening place. Here he must remain until he learns to love another and earn their love in return before the last petal of a magic rose falls. The Beast locked himself away and had given up all hope of breaking the spell... for who could ever learn to love a Beast
Performances: 4th - 6th May
Belfast College of Acting & Total Talent Productions present Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers. Blood Brothers tells the tale of twin brothers separated at birth and the effect of living on two sides of the class divide. A piece of theatre that is fast-moving, perceptive and ultimately tragic.
Performances: 12th - 13th May
Guys and Dolls
Ulster Operatic Youth presents Guys and Dolls. In New York, a gambler is challenged to take a cold female missionary to Havana, but they fall for each other, and the bet has a hidden motive to finance a crap game.
Performances: 19th - 20th May
Following last year's production of Don't Tell the Wife, Lambeg Players presents another of Sam Cree's perennial favourites.
Performances: 26th - 27th May
Performances: 28th May
Madagascar the Musical
Belvoir Players Junior Academy Presents the NI premiere of Madagascar the Musiacal ‘Greetings boy’s and girl’s, mumsies and dadsies. It is I King Julian. I am so happy to be here in your Beaver Theatre. I just thought it was so lovely that beavers finally had their own place to make the theatre with the lights and the dancing. So I said to Maurice, I said “Maurice, that is the kind of place I want to perform my new hit musical.” And so we shall and you’re going to love it or else Mort get’s it! (winky face).
Performances: 6th - 10th June
A Night in the Spotlight
Our Senior Academy returns with its third musical concert bringing you songs from new musicals such as Hamilton, Dream Girls, Beautiful as well as the classics.
Performances: 16th - 17th June
‘Rent’ tells the story of one year in the life of friends living the Bohemian life in modern day East Village, New York City, 1989-1990. In the year that follows, the group deals with love, loss, AIDS, and modern day life in one truly powerful story.
Performances: 19th - 22nd July
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Ravara Productions return to Belvoir Players Studio once more. The story follows Joseph, a young man gifted with dreams of future events. His father presents him with a coat of many colours as a sign of his love and affection much to the envy of his other brothers. One day they conspire against Joseph and send him into slavery for the Egyptian Pharaoh. However, when the Pharaoh, haunted by dreams of his own, hears of Joseph and his gift he immediately employs him to help guide Pharaoh.