The Night Alive at The Lyric

Oh, Autumn weekends just have to be my favourite. Lighting candles and crunching leaves, warming recipes and hiding out under blankets. Everything seems to be a little quieter, a little slower…and I love it. One thing that (thankfully) is doing the opposite of slowing down, however, is The Lyric’s incredible schedule of shows that justContinue reading “The Night Alive at The Lyric”

Capture NI || June at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast (Yer Granny & The Last Five Years reviews)

Belfast, you’re a lucky one. With an arts sector that seems to do nothing but grow and get better in the midst of cuts and uncertainty, The Lyric acts as a hub for this forward-moving, creative resilience. I got to enjoy not one, but two shows there this week. First up, Yer Granny. Based on LaContinue reading “Capture NI || June at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast (Yer Granny & The Last Five Years reviews)”

Capture NI || Date night in Stranmillis

Welcome to my latest CaptureNI post! Dan and I spent a lovely date night in the Stranmillis area on Thursday. We had a delicious meal at Yum Restaurant and then saw The Shadow of a Gunman at the Lyric. Scroll down for some photos! Yum is a bright and friendly restaurant that is very aptlyContinue reading “Capture NI || Date night in Stranmillis”

REVIEW: The Pillowman at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast

Captivating. Hilarious. Disturbing. Last night, Dan and I headed to the Northern Irish premiere of The Pillowman, Oscar-winning Martin McDonagh’s black comedy thriller. We were excited to return to the place of our butterfly-inducing and nervous laugh-producing second date to be introduced to what some call the Irish playwright’s finest work. The award-winning and critically-acclaimed play,Continue reading “REVIEW: The Pillowman at The Lyric Theatre, Belfast”