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CS Lewis Square will host four events as part of the 60th edition of the Belfast International Arts Festival (BIAF). Belfast Telegraph. The program has not yet been fully disclosed. Until then an “outdoor theater show” and a Moroccan circus are planned. Acrobat, aerialist, actor, stuntman and parkour teacher Said Moussin will perform.

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“Events proposed in 2022 will consist of a mix of theatrical performances and interactive workshops. “Crystal Palace is an outdoor theater performance, featuring a cast from the local community,” says Belfast City Council (BCC).

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“The Belfast Agenda sets out our shared vision for the city, our long-term ambitions and outcomes and priorities for action every four years. Developing a ‘Transition Places’ approach across the city provides a real opportunity to highlight proximity to major transport hubs, the Coneswater cycle path and arterial roads. »

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