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Belfast Arts Tour
Northern Ireland’s capital, Belfast, is home to a lively arts and music scene and its literary figures include the influential playwright and poet Seamus Heaney and author CS Lewis. Formerly famed for its shipbuilding industry, the city has more recently gained recognition as a filming location for the award-winning TV series Game of Thrones. The city's artistic community now look forward to a positive future as a culturally thriving cosmopolitan capital.
We take a look at how Oh Yeah Music Centre celebrates Northern Ireland's rich music legacy and inspires new audiences to make music in innovative ways.
ArtsEkta promotes ethnic arts and creativity in the capital. Find out more about its vibrant programme, which inspires audiences to engage with cultures outside Northern Ireland.
Glenn Patterson, Belfast-born novelist and director of the Seamus Heaney Centre, examines how Belfast’s environment and history have made it one of Europe’s key literary cities.
One of the UK's leading contemporary photography galleries, Belfast Exposed showcases work by prominent and emerging artists from Northern Ireland and around the world.
The Troubles left an indelible mark on the nation's consciousness and visual landscape. We take a look at the work of Belfast photographers Sean Hillen, Paul Seawright and Donovan Wylie.
Find out more about how the festival has been championing excellence in filmmaking and nurturing Belfast’s rapidly growing filmmaking scene for over twenty years.
Northern Ireland’s primary festival of queer art and performance is a space for creativity and freedom of expression, advancing the visibility of queer art and championing its practitioners.
The MAC is Belfast's award-winning arts venue hosting visual art, theatre and dance alongside a vibrant programme of family-friendly and educational activities.