Artist of the Month May 2016 - Brendan Jamison

Artist of the Month May 2016 - Brendan Jamison

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Discover the adventures of Gulliver through classical music with Walled City Music Festival children

Tuesday 24th May 2016 at 9am 0 Comments

Children and families are in for a treat this June when the Walled City Music Festival presents ‘Beyond Lilliput: The Adventures of Leon and Leona Gulliver’, a performance combining classical music and story-telling. 

Beyond Lilliput: The adventures of Leon and Leona Gulliver will be presented to the public at the Playhouse Theatre Derry on Saturday 4th June with tickets now available from the venue. Image: Beyond Lilliput: The adventures of Leon and Leona Gulliver will be presented to the public at the Playhouse Theatre Derry on Saturday 4th June with tickets now available from the venue.
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Festival celebrates the story of Belfast’s river

Monday 23rd May 2016 at 2pm 0 Comments

It is the river which shares its name with our city.  For years, it has been ignored, buried under the streets, unnoticed.  Now, it is to be celebrated in one of the biggest celebrations of the story of Belfast

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Belfast Book Festival gets ready to ‘Open Up’ a magical experience

Thursday 19th May 2016 at 8am 0 Comments

Now a firm fixture on the literary circuit, the Belfast Book Festival is getting ready to ‘open-up’ its unique and magical experience in venues across the City from 9 -19 June. 

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