Moon Bounce! Funded by Grow Wild 2019!
Come along to The Green Room to view an exhibition of Moon Bounce! Our Moon Base group members took part in a series of environmental workshops, creating Eco-art and grew their own Mushrooms as part of this project! The grand finale was ‘Moon Bounce’ – the group went down to Clandeboye Estate in Bangor and planted wild flower seeds, learnt to make potato bread on a campfire, played music, had a dance workshop with Charmaine McMeekin and got on down to some Moon Beats provided by our Black Moon DJ’s! The wild flowers have now grown into a beautiful wild flower meadow and we will be exhibiting photographs mapping out the project from start to finish.
Do you use social media to attract new customers?
Are you using digital marketing and not getting the return you want from it?
If you answered yes, then the Cathedral Quarter BID’s Lunchtime Learning workshops are for you. These hour long sessions will provide practical and easy to implement digital marketing tips from Northern Irelands leading marketers.
This Lunchtime Learning workshop will be a Q&A session on SEO for Beginners. This workshop is perfect for anyone who has a website but is unsure how to improve organic rankings.
Hosted by Lea, with assistance from Andi Jarvis (Eximo Marketing), we will discuss SEO best practice, and equip you with the knowledge to optimise your website so that it ranks highly on search results and generate Organic Search traffic that actually result in enquiries or sales. Discover top tips without having to know any code. It’s so much easier for small businesses to get started with SEO than ever before.
Lunchtime Learning attendees can avail of a free SEO audit prepared by Flint Studios – just leave your details with Lea on the day.
***This event is free for businesses and organisations who are Cathedral Quarter BID members.***
Paid tickets are available for non CQ BID members. If you’re not sure or have any questions, drop a line to [email protected]
Tickets are limited, so please book to avoid disappointment.***
Lea has over 10 years’ experience in digital marketing specialising in SEO.
As Digital Marketing Manager at Belfast-based web solutions provider Flint Studios, she has worked with SMEs across various industry sectors including hospitality, retail and more.
At this Tenx9 event, 9 people from different backgrounds and perspectives will share their personal stories and reflections on the theme ‘Peace’ for ten minutes.
This event is organised by the Integrated Education Fund as part of CRC Good Relations Week 2019.
For more information, please contact: [email protected] | 028 9069 4099
Doors open 20:00. Show starts at 20:30. Show ends 21:30
Belfast’s longest running improv comedy group serves up an hour of hot, fresh, off-the-cuff comedy. Using only audience suggestions, Wonder Frog come up with comic scenes that have never been seen before and will never be seen again.
Our show is completely made up on the spot, on the night – and we can’t do it without you!
Comments from previous Wonder Frog shows:
“It was very good, I was very impressed at what they came up with and how fast. I loved ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’ and I loved this even more.”
“I think the show was great! It was very entertaining, spontaneous, interactive and witty. I enjoyed it very much!”
“Very creative improvising and very funny performances. I will definitely be coming to see this again!”
Doors: 8pm/Show: 8:30pm
Show duration roughly one hour (enough time after the show for a drink and the bus home!)
Latham Street Vintage is returning to Belfast!
Open to all – not just students!
Our FREE ENTRY Pop-Up’s are only filled with the best 80s/90s/00s, sports, branded +ReWoRkEd fashion +accessories. We’re no Kilo Sale, so no rummaging for hours on end required! Every single premium piece has been handpicked just for you to wear+love. Prices start at just £5!
You’ll find brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, Levi’s, Adidas, Nike, Puma +Loads More!!
The Chat Show Style Meet Up For Mums
Need a night out with your mum chums? Maybe some wine? Some cake? A virtual goody bag full of fab offers and discounts? Then you need some Mother Tongue in your life.
We’ll be talking bloody hormones, how to declutter your life, finding A new way to work when kids come along and motherhood & mental health
Read all about it and get your tickets @ www.mothershipevents.com
New Pagans create music that is vivid and engaged. The songs have massive riffs and rare dynamics. The lyrics are ready to start conversations and challenge the given ideas. Every release is a throwdown, a provocation, an education.
The band is based in Belfast but the band members are drawn from across the north. Lyndsey comes from Enniskillen and is mid-way through a PhD course at University of Ulster. Cahir, her partner, was raised in Derry and has a blazing history with acts like Fighting With Wire, Jetplane Landing and Frank Turner. Drummer Conor McAuley is from Belfast and has served with Balkan Alien Sound. Bassist Claire has been active with Girls Names and Cruising while Allan ran with Rupture Dogs.
Their first release for 2019 is an exceptional, loud reckoning. ‘It’s Darker’ refers to a messy party incident. A musician became aggressive and wouldn’t tolerate Lyndsey’s opinions. “That’s where the original anger comes from – a confrontation. It’s happened to me a few times. It’s like, ‘oh you’re a girl, you should just shut up’. A Feminist anger came from that. Yes, I should be able to have an opinion. And it can be different to yours.”
Careerist is a rock band from Belfast (formerly known as Hop Cops)
described as ‘one of the most exciting and idiosyncratic Irish indie-rock bands of a generation’ – The Thin Air
Problem Patterns is Ciara King, Beverley Boal, Bethany Crooks and Alanah Smith. While often lyrically tongue in cheek, no subject is off limits. They use their songwriting cathartically, venting frustrations on everything from political distress to personal conflicts.
Local Belfast 2 piece garage rock band RHINOS will be playing heavy tunes in the Green Room this Culture Night 11pm-LATE!
Come along and meet Lily from Driftwood Bay
Come along and meet Lily from Driftwood Bay at The Black Box. Make Claude badges, take part in a colouring competition with fantastic prizes and watch screenings of both popular TV shows. Both Lily’s Driftwood Bay and the popular new Claude series produced by BAFTA award winning Belfast based Sixteen South Ltd are currently being shown on ITVBe and in countries across Europe, the Middle East and Africa
As part of Culture Night, NI Opera are bringing our popular event for children aged 0-24 months, Little Lullabies, to the Black Box.
Babies will join Northern Ireland Opera singers on the The Rainbow Boat for an adventure through the music of some of opera’s best loved stories.
Combining music, amazing live operatic voices, bright colours, textures, bubbles and finger puppets, Little Lullabies is an ideal first musical experience for babies and parents in the fun and relaxed environment of The Black Box as part of Belfast’s Culture Day. The event is suitable for babies and toddlers between the ages of 0-24 months and their parents/guardians.
This event is free but please register at [email protected] stating whether you’d like to attend the 2 p.m, 3 p.m. or 4 p.m session.