Belfast’s streets and public places are many things to many people: spaces to come together, spaces that divide or unite us, places to party, places to pull, places that liberate, places that contain. Written by Dominic Montague and directed by Paula McFetridge,  Quartered: Belfast, A Love Story is a promenade experience combining audio and theatre that explores the idea of queer space and queer experiences of spaces in our city. As LGBTQ+ people, are our city streets different to us? When the queer maps and boundaries are drawn physically and psychologically, who holds the pen?

Brought to life by Kabosh and informed by interviews with LGBTQ+ people in Belfast, this interactive guided walk through our unofficial queer quarter and surrounding streets opens up a new conversation about how gender and sexuality inform and shape how we move through our city and how our city moves through us.


FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS –  11:45, 12:15, 12:45, 13:15, 14:45, 15:15, 15:45, 16:15

SUNDAYS –  12:45, 13:15, 14:45, 15:15, 15:45. 16:15

The performance begins at: The Dark Horse, Hill Street

Ends at: The Sunflower Bar, Union Street.

Duration: 1 hour approx.

Audience capacity is four people per session. You are encouraged to bring your own headphones but additional headphones will be available on site. It’s a promenade performance so dress for the weather!

Contains some strong language.

Please book in advance.

Fri 10th - Sun 12th Nov
Fri 17th - Sun 19th Nov
Starts at Dark Horse
Various times, see event description
£8/ £5


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