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Out to Lunch boasts a programme bursting with corn-fed entertainment and eclecticism.
Image caption Julian Cope pulled out of his Belfast gig "As last January showed, severe weather conditions and various other disruptions can't stop the mighty Out to Lunch.
They duo have bounced from Brixton to Tel Aviv via Cape Town since, sharing the decks and delivering a memorable blend of house, techno, ragga and more to almost every continent.
This fresh approach was extended on subsequent Villagers tours, where old songs were reinvented to match the new. The show consists of stories including being serenaded at the break of dawn by Robert Smith, trekking mountain gorillas in Rwanda and coming to the conclusion that he will never have a proper conversation with his dear mum.
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There will be a few poems and a 3-minute musical about ageing too. The ninth annual Out To Lunch festival runs from January.
These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image caption Many of the performances are taking place in the Black Box Organisers of a Belfast arts festival due to get under way on Thursday have said it is going from strength to strength. During this time, the city's Cathedral Quarter will host a packed programme of events at lunchtimes and evenings.
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Her music is a blend of roots influences from country to English folk via 60s pop. At the time, organisers said they were hopeful of finding another performer to fill the vacancy.
This is because in middle age he has realised that the two sides of his brain are in constant conflict. Throughout his life he has been battling to stay on the right side of sanity.
Now a character comedian, he the boy comes to London with a heartfelt and hilarious story of growing up, betrayal by professional athletes, and redemption.
Their last album, The New Life, was an unexpected underground hit in earlytaking the band around the world and garnering much critical praise, culminating in nominations for both the Northern Irish and Irish Music Prizes.
Last month, a small bomb placed inside a holdall detonated in the Cathedral Quarter as police were clearing members of the public from the area.
East India Youth The Black Box, Friday January 22, 9pm Over the last year, London-based East India Youth has combined strikingly original music with euphoric live performances and has quickly become recognised as one of the most experimental and captivating artists around.
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A mouth-watering menu of live music, comedy, spoken word, literature and theatre and food will be served up during the lunchtimes and evenings of January to sustain fun lovers and festival goers in the dreaded post-holiday lull. Last month, one of the headline acts pulled out due to security concerns.
There is common sense against mumbo jumbo and mumbo jumbo seems to have the upper hand. Isy Suttie is an award winning comedian, writer, songwriter and actress. New album Little Victories is a ferocious 21st century rock and roll hybrid, as much informed by present day artists such as the Arctic Monkeys as it is by previous influences like Bo Diddly and Wilko Johnson.
But festival director Sean Kelly said many shows were already sold out. Musician Julian Cope, who was due to perform in the Black Box as part of the festival, contacted organisers to say he would not be able to attend because of the "security situation in Belfast".