Untitled 14km. The setting is a museum gallery. In the centre, a human shaped figure appears like a sculpture, wearing a medieval style metal helmet and chainmail, over a gold foil cloak.

Established in 1962, the city’s longest-running international arts festival, reimagined and reborn as Belfast International Arts Festival (BIAF) in 2015, is celebrating 60 years with a new extended season of contemporary arts and cultural events.

For six decades the festival has ensured that the residents of Belfast alongside its international visitors have access to the best of world class artists and events from home and abroad.

Download our 2022 Printed programme here – BIAF 22 Festival Programme

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BIND

Quotidian – Word on the Street
Date
23 October - 6 November 2022
Time
Premiere: 7.00pm on 23 Oct | Available on demand thereafter
Film
Free