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One Rogue Reporter - putting "meat and two veg" on the lunchtime menu at Out to Lunch

Part comedy, part rant and part personal redemption crusade, Rich Peppiatt’s one man show One Rogue Reporter hit the stage at the Out to Lunch Arts...

The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs // Joe Lindsay tells the story behind the dream #otl13 #agonyecstasy

In a welcome return to lunchtime drama, the Out to Lunch Arts Festival – in conjunction with Skewiff Theatre Company – delighted today’s packed ven...

4 Corners Festival & the Irish Churches Peace Project

Five minutes of prayer around Belfast City Hall was the most public Christian response to the flags issue in Belfast. With the carols about the ‘Pr...

Flatpack need your help!

Flatpack is back! The seventh Flatpack Festival returns from 21-31 March 2013, spreading across eleven days. This year audiences can expect  and cy...

Silent Night

Following the huge success of Flatpack Festival’s opening night earlier this year, they return to Birmingham Cathedral for another special evening ...

A Very Moseley Christmas

Tomorrow (24 November), things will be distinctly festive in Moseley. As well as the usual Farmers and Art Market at the end of the month, there wi...

A free preview of excerpts from new play Paisley & Me? Never! Well actually, there is ...

Paisley & Me is a new play by Ron Hutchinson that examines Ulster Protestants through the eyes of Ian Paisley and his family. Dan Gordon will be do...

Charity music festival appeals for Lichfield and Burntwood volunteers

People living in Lichfield and Burntwood are being urged to volunteer for a charity music festival in the city. The Oxjam event on October 20 needs...

Open Source Belfast

Adam Turkington speaking about Open Source Belfast, now open in Sinclair House as part of SomewhereTo_. listen to ‘@AdanTurks speaking about ...

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival 3-13 May 2012

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival is back, running this year from Thursday 3 to Sunday 13 May. This year must be flying in: it doesn’t feel like thre...

Festival of Fools - Thursday 3 to Monday 7 May 2012

The Festival of Fools is back for the ninth year. Comedy, circus and – new this year – food! The opening ceremony takes place at 6pm on Thursday 3 ...

Titanic films screened beside the boat's dry dock - Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 April

Amongst the many different Titanic Festival events over the next couple of weeks, Belfast Film Festival have organised the screening of two Titanic...

St Patrick's Day parade in Belfast

Still Walking

Cripes! March is going to be a seriously busy month for wonderful events in the city! Still Walking is the brainchild of Ben Waddington. The festiv...

Fierce 2012

Fierce Festival‘s programme is now online and I’ve had a great time looking at what’s on this year… I have previously writt...

Flatpack Festival 6

A few of the highlights from this year’s Flatpack Festival have been announced. Having looked at the website, here are a few things that I wi...

The Event 2011

Has it really been two years since the last Event?! The Event is a bi-annual arts festival which takes place from 21-30 October in venues across Di...

Things to see at the Belfast Festival at Queen's

Guidelines for a Long and Happy Life is new play by Paul Kennedy, set “one generation after a global apocalypse” (ie, bigger than the current e...

Ikon at Belfast Culture Night

The ever-thoughtful and thought-provoking folks at Ikon took part in the recent Belfast Culture Night in the Cathedral Quarter. Ikon’s known for ...

Durga Puja in Belfast

Durga Puja is the biggest festival of the year for Bengali Hindus. The dates are set according to the traditional Hindu calendar. Whereas Bengali w...

Leeds’ First Junior Technology Festival Takes Place At The Hunslet Club

  The innaugral LSx Junior Junior Technology Festival took place at the Hunslet Club in South Leeds on Sunday 25th September. Over 50 childre...

Culture Night ... tonight in Belfast, Strabane, Derry and beyond

Across Ireland, tonight's the night when arts taster events will be run in a town near you ... for free. Last September, Belfast's Cathedral Quarte...

East London gets ready for third Alpha-ville festival

East London is preparing for Alpha-ville, the electronic music festival that leaps into the post-digital era to explore, discover and most importan...

Alpha-ville Festival 2011

An exploratory celebration of art, technology and society

Hackney Wick Festival 2011

Punk and pearls at Hackney Wick, Saturday 17- Sunday 18 September

Play Poland Film Festival

A few weeks ago I was invited  by the Polish Expats Association to mac to see Horizontal 8, a film screening as part of the Play Poland Film Festi...

Five currachs sailing into a music festival near you ... Craftitecture at Electric Picnic

Five small upside-down boats – currachs – leaning on each other with wool stretched over their hulls instead of traditional tar, creating a she...

Pop music for old people Map_icon

Podcast interview with Tom Waites, one of the organisers of the proposed pop festival here. You can subscribe to the whole “In The Meantime&#...

Belfast Mela - Sunday 28 August - Botanic Gardens

This afternoon, Belfast Mela once again takes over Botanic Gardens from noon until 8.30pm. The annual cross-cultural “gathering” takes in world...

Rain won’t dampen festival spirits

The organisers of BeachFest2011 say they are ready for any weather as they make final preparations for the three-day music festival near Aberavon s...

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