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Assembly in the Marketplace

Art exhibition held in the Cultúrlann showcasing the work of Caoimhghin Ó Croidheáin, a Dublin Artist whose subjects include international issues, everyday scenes and the political history of Ireland, stretching back ...

Augusto Boal in Belfast

Brazilian director, writer and activist.

This film was supported by Fernhill House Museum, Ballymacarrett Arts & Cultural Society, Prisoners Aid in East Belfast, An Cultúrlann and Phoenix Drama Society. An extraordinary day in the life of the Brazilia...

Augusto Boal Interview (Transcript)

Tom Magill interviews.

Tom Magill interviews Augusto Boal Tom Here we are in the Europa. It's about 11.30 am on Sunday 25 October and I'm talking to Augusto Boal about his work. Augusto in your latest book Legislative Theatre you use...

Auld Lamas Fair

The Auld Lamas Fair is a traditional fair held in Ballycastle, County Antrim, Northern Ireland every year on the last Monday and Tuesday of August. It is associated with the Lammas harvest festival. The fair has been...

Ballymurphy – The People’s Co-ops

The story of Ballymurphy Enterprises

Like many cities in Britain, Belfast suffered industrial decline in the 1960s.  High unemployment rates were the norm for many of the housing estates in west Belfast. “Official statistics in Ballymurphy had 37% of ...

Ballyoran Ulster Scots Fun Day

Ulster Scots Funday, 2000.

A film by Ballyoran Community Centre Ballyoran Community Centre held an Ulster Scots Funday in 2000 with sports, drama and dancing.

Banquet: Suffragist Mural Unveiling

Unveiling of a new mural on the Shankill Road dedicated to Northern Ireland's suffragettes, designed by artist Rita Duffy.

Barry Kerr & Ruairí Cunnane in Concert

Locally-based folk musicians Barry Kerr and Ruairí Cunnane perform a concert in Belfast's Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich. Barry speaks to us as well about growing up in a musical family and his experiences over the years.

Becoming Irish – Stories of an Indian Community

Stories of an Indian Community

Connections between India and Ireland have been evolving since at least the 18th century but it wasn’t until after World War Two, that people from India came to Northern Ireland in significant numbers, many of them af...

Bel Canto, School of Singing

The Bel Canto School of Singing is one of the first specialist singing school of its kind in Northern Ireland. Aimed at young, emerging singers who wish to formalise their learning through graded singing exams, the...

Belfast Exposed 30th Anniversary

"If you go back to 1983, there was no organisation set up to encourage the development of photography at any level. Belfast Exposed was the first organisation to allow and encourage photographers to show their work.” ...

Belfast Integration & Participation Project

The Crescent Arts Centre was the venue for a celebration of the Belfast Integration and Participation Project (BIPP). The project - the product of a collaboration between GEMS, the Law Centre, South Belfast...

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