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Oh Yeah Belfast presents a festival celebrating women in music

Friday 26th May 2017 at 2pm

Pictured is home-grown singer-songwriter, Katharine Philippa, who opened the festival which continues until 29th May, supported by the Department for Communities, Help Musicians UK and PRS.
Image: Pictured is home-grown singer-songwriter, Katharine Philippa, who opened the festival which continues until 29th May, supported by the Department for Communities, Help Musicians UK and PRS.

From 24th – 29th May, 2017, Oh Yeah Belfast will present Women’s Work, a festival celebrating women working in the music industry.  Now in its second year, Women’s Work, is a unique festival which aims to raise the visibility of women involved in the music sector, by hosting a range of activities open to all genders including showcases, gigs, special events, panels, talks, and exhibitions.

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Open House Festival Bangor 2017 – Celebrating local talent

Friday 26th May 2017 at 11am

Open House Festival director, Kieran Gilmore, and manager, Alison Gordon, unveil the August 2017 festival programme cover - a 1950s scene of Bangor’s Main Street.
Image: Open House Festival director, Kieran Gilmore, and manager, Alison Gordon, unveil the August 2017 festival programme cover - a 1950s scene of Bangor’s Main Street.

Open House Festival Bangor returns this August with a month-long celebration of local talent, local people, local food and local business – plus an eclectic international lineup.

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Enniskillen’s Higher Bridges Gallery hosts Arts Council photographic exhibition

Monday 22nd May 2017 at 4pm

Jerita 2010, Johannesburg South Africa by Shallen Temple
Image: Jerita 2010, Johannesburg South Africa by Shallen Temple

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, in partnership with Fermanagh & Omagh District Council, will exhibit a series of photographic works from the Arts Council Collection at Enniskillen’s Higher Bridges Gallery from Friday 2nd June continuing until Saturday 17th June.

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Grumpy Frog author Ed Vere visits pupils in Craigavon and Country Down

Monday 22nd May 2017 at 10am

Author Ed Vere visits school children at Dromore Central Primary School as part of BookTrust’s Northern Ireland’s author tour
Image: Author Ed Vere visits school children at Dromore Central Primary School as part of BookTrust’s Northern Ireland’s author tour

Last Thursday and Friday (18 and 19 May) saw award winning author and illustrator Ed Vere visiting primary schools in Craigavon and County Down as part of the BookTrust NI author tour.

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