Tickets are limited for the 2015 Cathedral Quarter Out to Lunch festival which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.
Whether comedy, spoken word, theatre, music or film is your thing, there is something for everyone. The festival officially started yesterday, with opening acts from The Whinge, The Nordie, The Geek Ride again and the Booka Brass Band, and will continue on until the 25th of this month.
Some of the up-coming line up includes the award-winning poet Simon Armitage, former Slits guitarist and punk luminary Viv Albertine, columnist and author of Chavs and The Establishment Owen Jones will be in discussion. Singer-songwriter Anthony Toner and Matt McGinn will be performing songs from the Band’s Last Waltz, with all proceeds go to Foyle Hospice.
For details of the festival events or to buy tickets, visit www.cqaf.com