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Belvoir Players Studio Theatre

94 Belvoir Drive, Belfast, Down, BT8 7DJ
Belvoir Players Studio Theatre

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Since its opening the Belvoir Players Studio has hosted numerous performances by both professional and amateur companies and has been home to many community based organisations that use the wonderful facilities on offer. Our production, in 1999, of Sam Cree’s Widows’ Paradise was invited to appear at the Lake Worth Theatre in Florida, USA in July 2000 making Belvoir Players a truly International Company.

Winning the Ulster Full-Length Play Festival with Frank McGuiness “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me” and going on to win the British All-Winners Full-Length Finals in Woking, Surrey in July 2006 was one of the many success stories. In 2016 Belvoir players were chosen over many other NI companies to perform with the Royal Shakespeare Company in the Grand Opera House as well as the home of Shakespeare in Stratford Upon Avon

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* Daily from 09:00 - 17:00 (except weekends) or until 22:00 if there is a production playing

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