In the late 90's the Box Office systems in place were based on BOCs, which was operated centrally from the Grand Opera House Belfast by Andrew Muir and Michael Kelly. Andrew Muir moved to work for Audiences NI, and then Translink working on their online activities, while Michael Kelly moved to the Belfast Festival Belfast Festival at Queen's and expand on the work achieved in the Grand Opera House Grand Opera House, Belfast. Online booking for the Lyric did not take place until 2003 when an upgrade of the main system allowed this. After BOCS the Lyric theatre moved to Blackbaud ticketing which was later re-branded the Patrons Edge. Currently they are using Ticketsolve.
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