A Most Peculiar Wintry Thing comes to The MAC, Belfast!

Dumbworld presents

The Ark and Music Network’s

festive music show for children and families exploring the magic and mystery of Winter!

The MAC, Belfast – https://themaclive.com/shows/a-most-peculiar-wintry-thing

Saturday 28 November 2015 – 2.30pm & 6.30pm 

Adults £10, Children £7

As the nights draw in and the days get colder, a rolling snowball of four wondrous musicians and some light fingered animation will explore the magic and mystery of all things snowy with favourite memories of winter and some new ones too.

With a dynamic blend of original music, improvisation and audience interaction, this brand new festive music show by composer Brian Irvine and writer/director John McIlduff has been commissioned and specially created for children and families.


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A Most Peculiar Wintry Thing was originally commissioned by Music Network and The Ark and funded by The Arts Council/An Chomharle Ealaion.

Music by: Brian Irvine

Lyrics by: John McIlduff

Visual Design by: Matthew Robins

Musicians: Matthew Bourne (piano), Matthew Sharp (voice & cello), Alex Petcu (percussion), Paul Roe (clarinet), Emma Fisher (visuals)