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4 Corners Festival Set To Make Belfast A City Where Dreams Become Reality

Reverend Dr Inderjit Bhogal OBE to share his dream of a better world This year’s 4 Corners Festival will conclude with a talk hosted by Rev Dr Inderjit Bhogal OBE entitled The City Where Dreams Become Reality. The festival that includes a eight day long programme of music, art, sport and religious-based discussions until February 5...

Influential Mental Health Charity To Attend Motorcycle Plus Show

Biking community flooded with support from wellbeing team The Motorcycle Plus Show is returning in 2023 after a four year hiatus, bringing with it a diverse range of events, attractions and organisations to the Eikon Centre in Lisburn. Hosted by 360 Events, the weekend extravaganza spans from February 4-5 and is sure to be filled with...

4 Corners Festival Unites Belfast Giants Legend With Fans At Q&A

David Goodwin Joins Mark Simpson in conversation 4 Corners Festival is currently running its 9-day event, complete with a spectacular line-up of events, from discussions to activities held across Belfast. Featuring a range of music, talks, sporting events and religious sermons, the festival promises to have something for everyone. Exclusive to 2023’s schedule, Belfast Giants captain David...

Racing Champion Set To Display Winning Bikes And Appear At Motorcycle Plus Show

9-year-old Joel Haire has an impressive record on and off the track Motorcycle Plus Show is returning for its 2023 instalment at the Eikon Centre in Lisburn, showcasing a range of talks, entertainment attractions and stalls across the weekend-long event. Running from February 4-5, there are lots of great activities and speeches that have already been...

Young People From PUL Communities Share Aspirations For Future At 4 Corners Festival Exhibit

A major immersive installation and exhibition showcasing the aspirations of children and young people from Protestant, Unionist and Loyalist (PUL) communities will take place at the iconic Telegraph Building from January 30 to February 2, as part of the range of events in the 4 Corners Festival. Organised by Northern Ireland Alternatives and Wonder Arts...

4 Corners Festival Bringing Communities Together Through Sports

Uniting children with a Game of 3 Halves  4 Corners Festival returns for its 11th annual instalment on January 27 for a 9-day event running until February 5, covering a variety of music, art, talks, sporting and religious-based events. This year’s theme, Dreams…Visions For Belfast is hoping to inspire individuals from all areas within the city...