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The Belfast Arts Weekender
We are very excited to be taking part in the Belfast City Council #BelfastArtsWeekender taking place 2nd - 4th and 10th - 11th March!
Join us in Conway Mill on Saturday 10th March, 10am - 3pm. Alongside the fantastic People's Market at the Conway Mill we will be bringing the Mill to life with music, drama and talks.
Get an insight into the lives of the people who knew the Mill best, those that worked there, through 'The Doffers Tale' by Rosealeen Walsh and excerpts from 'Lay Up Your Ends' by Martin Lynch and Charabanc.
Jane Cassidy and Maurice Leyden will be performing linen-related traditional songs gathered by Maurice for his upcoming book ‘A Social history of the Ulster Linen Industry through Folk Song’
Hear from Myrtle Hill on the history of the Mill, and see some amazing footage of the mill and its workers from the Northern Visions NVTV Belfast archive.
Throughout the day you'll have a chance to see the Mill in a whole new light and to see parts of the Mill you may never have encountered before!
Check out the full line up of incredible events for the #BelfastArtsWeekender here
Streets of Belfast
As part of Féile an Earraigh we are presenting *The West Awake*. To get a taste of the tour, and to experience the only theatrical walking tour app, download Streets of Belfast.
Available on iTunes and the iPhone App Store you can sample the first three stops on *The West Awakes* for free and after that it’s just 79p for the full Falls Road and/or Shankill Road.
Search Streets of the Belfast on the App Store or find more info here