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Oh Yeah Belfast presents a festival celebrating women in music

Friday 26th May 2017 at 2pm 0 Comments Music & Opera

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.

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.
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Open House Festival Bangor 2017 – Celebrating local talent

Friday 26th May 2017 at 11am 0 Comments Visual Arts , Literature , Music & Opera

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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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.

Enniskillen’s Higher Bridges Gallery hosts Arts Council photographic exhibition

Monday 22nd May 2017 at 4pm 0 Comments Visual Arts

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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Jerita 2010, Johannesburg South Africa by Shallen Temple

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