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Belfast Festival headline act Taylor Mac arrives in town

Published 25/10/2016

The show, A 24-decade History of Popular Music is a musical extravaganza which touches on issues of class, gender, authority, patriotism and war.  
The show, A 24-decade History of Popular Music is a musical extravaganza which touches on issues of class, gender, authority, patriotism and war.  
The show, A 24-decade History of Popular Music is a musical extravaganza which touches on issues of class, gender, authority, patriotism and war.  
The show, A 24-decade History of Popular Music is a musical extravaganza which touches on issues of class, gender, authority, patriotism and war.  

This year’s headliner for the Belfast Festival ,Taylor Mac, is now in town.

New York artist, actor and singer-songwriter Taylor Mac and his entourage of dressers, dancers, assistants and musicians have been seen scurrying around the MAC in Belfast on Tuesday ahead of the first of three shows.

Tonight’s performance by Taylor Mac will be his first stage appearance since completing his epic 24-hour show in New York City last month. 

The show, A 24-decade History of Popular Music is a musical extravaganza which touches on issues of class, gender, authority, patriotism and war.  He is a hugely talented performer and his show, also featuring a live band, is a dazzling spectacle of glitter and feather-encrusted costumes.

The show is like nothing seen before in Belfast and audiences can expect to get caught up in the show’s performance, cheering, laughing and singing.

Mac is not one to shy away from controversy and with each show uniquely tailored and improvised to suit the local audience, we can also expect him to put his own unique spin on Northern Ireland history and culture.

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