Gulliver's Travels (2017)
This summer, voyage to unknown lands and lose yourself in a world of mythical creatures as Jonathan Swift’s classic satire is brought to life on stage.
Washed ashore by a devastating shipwreck, Lemuel Gulliver sets out on a whirlwind expedition. Captured by the miniature beings of Lilliput and exploited by the giants of Brobdingnag, Gulliver finds himself face-to-face with new civilisation and is forced to journey through wild lands. Step aboard, the adventure awaits…
Reviving our hugely successful 2015 production at Lyric Belfast, Gulliver’s Travels returns to Northern Ireland this summer, written by stand-up comedian Andrew Doyle and directed by Des Kennedy, Associate Director of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The show features original music by platinum-selling singer-songwriter Duke Special, evoking a magical world like no other.
Performance dates and times
Customers visiting the Lyric Theatre are advised that parking is available along the embankment and in the car park immediately facing Stranmillis College. DOE Roads have advised that parking restrictions in the area will be enforced.
The nearest railway station is Botanic Avenue, just 0.9 miles away (17min walk). Heade South on Botanic Ave toward Ireton St. Continue onto College Park E. Turn left into College Green. Continue onto Fitzroy Ave. Turn right onto Carmel St. Turn right towards Stranmillis Embankment. Turn left towards Stranmillis Embankment. Turn right onto Stranmillis Embankment. Slight right onto Ridgeway St. Destination will be on the left.
The closest bus stop is at the junction of the Stranmillis Rod and Ridgeway Street, just 200m from the front door of the Theatre. The stop is served by the Translink Metro Bus Service 8a. The bus departs from Donegal Square East at the side of the City Hall, just outside the Ulster Bank headquarters. Buses leave every 15 minutes at peak times and the journey takes approximately 15 minutes.