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Halfway House Drama


In partnership with Contemporary Christianity we will be hosting "Halfway House" a play by Philip Orr.

The play is set in 1966 and is a converstation between two women from different communities who take refuge from a snowstorm in a pub called the Halfway House on the Glenshane Pass. 1966 is also half way between 1916 and the present day so offers an interesting perspective on history and provokes us to think about some of the issues which have shaped Northern Irish society. 

15th September 2016 at the Chapel in Belfast Bible College 

Doors Open at 7pm, play begins at 7:30pm.

Afterwards there will be a discussion panel with the author Philip Orr, members of College staff and others taking part. 

Cost is £5 and is payable at the door. 

For directions to the College click here.

For any queries about this event please email or call 02890402850. 


Evangelical Alliance & Contemporary Christianity Performance for Church Leaders 

On the 15th September there is also a 12.45 pm  performance for Church Leaders, with doors open from 12.15 for tea and coffee.
The play will then run to about 1.30pm and then there will be a short discussion.
Everything will be wound up for 2pm.  
A £5  min contribution would be appreciated  to help with  costs.  We will have literature on offer  and DVD’s of the Play-for personal/community use.