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Cotton Court, 30-42 Waring St
Belfast BT1 2ED
Enquiries: 028 9023 0660
Festival Box Office: 028 9024 3042
Poet and Children's author, Áine Ní Ghlinn will facilitate a creative writing workshop through Irish for age 10+ (P6/P7 classes).
Tickets available on the door 12pm-5.30pm - Last admission.
Tickets available from the MAC
Tickets available from The Lyric
Tickets available on the door
Children are also invited to explore the magic of PJ’s illustrations at the Discover Art space in the museum.
PJ Lynch, Belfast born illustrator and current Laureate na nÓg, has chosen the theme “The Big Picture” to be his legacy project.
You are invited to our 20th Birthday party!
EGG-tion Hero is a hilarious half hour site-specific theatre performance for toddlers and their parents.
PJ Lynch returns to his hometown to reflect on his career.
This is a brand new adventure devised by the same team that brought you The Rainbow Boat as part of BCF17
A family friendly afternoon of live music, crafts, games and activities for children.
Once there was a boy who was always looking up. He dreamt of having a star as a friend. This is the story of his adventure.
A chance to see new and innovative performance work at the very first stages of development. Curated by Richard Croxford.
The original and the best!
Are you a young reader? Looking for a new series to delve into?
Patrick Sanders was a unique artist whose view of the world is captured in this gorgeous book for babies
Tickets available on the door.
Following last year’s sell out show we welcome back Paul Currie's merry band of misfits.
A work-in-progress sharing of a children’s opera in one act.
Aston’s Stones is ultimately a story about how easy it is to love and to appreciate the joy in small things – even in a little stone.
A morning exploring inclusive theatre practice including panel discussions and performance extracts.
Join the David Lyttle Trio for a fun part-performance part-workshop especially for primary school children. NB. This is an event for Schools only
Taboo in Performance Work for Young People
Join author Máire Zepf for robot-inspired storytelling, dressing up and games as she introduces her new character Rita, illustrated by Andrew Whitson
Author Sadhbh Devlin will read 'Bí ag Spraoi Liom' and afterwards discuss inventions and creativity with the children.
Fighting Words Belfast invites you to a panel discussion and very special book launch.
TYA NI presents a 4-day showcase of some of the finest performance work for young audiences being created here in NI.
Early Bird Schools & Group Bookings for Belfast Children's Festival 2018 Now Open