Open Arts, one of Northern Ireland’s most dynamic arts and disability organisations will be stepping into the spotlight at The MAC on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April for a unique production of Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.Read More
Man Booker Prize-winning author Anna Burns, whose standout 2018 novel Milkman captured the ultimate prize in literature last year, is set to come to the Lyric Theatre Belfast next month for a special evening event on Monday 15th April. The event will be jointly hosted by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Faber Members, in association with the Lyric.Read More
Joshua Burnside, Roe and Jealous of the Birds showcased at major music gathering, South by Southwest
Three musical artists from Northern Ireland, Joshua Burnside, Jealous of The Birds and Roe are taking part in this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) showcase, the world’s largest gathering of the music, media and film industry in Austin, Texas. Also attending is management for the artists, Lyndon Stephens, Declan Legge and Liam Craig.Read More
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Policy influencers, corporate partners, authors and sector leaders came together on Tuesday 5 March to discuss early children’s book sharing across the health, education and arts sectors in Northern Ireland.
Monday 11th March 2019 at 10am 0 Comments
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland today announced awards worth £740,000 that will help arts organisations renew and replace essential equipment. New exchequer funding from the Department for Communities, has offered much needed support to arts organisations hoping to enhance their artistic services for audiences. The fund helps to improve lighting and sound systems, renew staging and seating, as well as purchase backstage, essential items such as sewing machines, costume rails and IT equipment.
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