Digital theatre takes centre stage at Belfast International Arts Festival

Harriet Clifford
Wednesday, October 14, 2020

The 58th Belfast International Arts Festival (BIAF) opened on Monday (12th) with a programme of events that shine a spotlight on the digital stage. Curated for today’s world, the programme includes three innovative digital productions by local and international companies.

Local dance maker Eileen McClory, this year’s BIAF Artist in Residence, pictured at the Strand Arts Centre
Local dance maker Eileen McClory, this year’s BIAF Artist in Residence, pictured at the Strand Arts Centre

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