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Lord Mayor opens Output Belfast at the MAC

8 Feb 2018

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nuala McAllister visited the MAC to officially open Output Belfast. Output is Ireland's largest music conference and includes panel discussions, music sessions, workshops, networking events and keynote sppeches from globaly recognised talent. To view highlights from the event, click on the video below:

The MAC

Lord Mayor gears up for #BelfastArtsWeekender

1 Feb 2018

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nuala McAllister looks ahead to the Belfast Arts Weekender taking place over two packed weekends, 2-4 and 10-11 March 2018.  Seven projects spanning music, film, visual arts, theatre and urban art were chosen to take part in the programme. To find out more, click on the video below:

Belfast Arts Weekender

Lord Mayor reflects on Sir Kenneth Branagh Freedom of the City celebrations

31 Jan 2018

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nuala McAllister reflects on the celebrations which took place for Sir Kenneth Branagh being appointed a Freeman of Belfast. The Lord Mayor joined Sir Kenneth on a tour of the city, to locations which were showcasing the many films he both starred in and directed. The celebrations concluded with the official freedom ceremony taking place in the Ulster Hall. To view highlights of the day’s events, click on the video below:

Lord Mayor alongside Sir Kenneth Branagh

Lord Mayor hosts the Irish Youth Foundation Awards in City Hall

22 Jan 2018

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nuala McAllister welcomed guests to City Hall for the Irish Youth Foundation Awards. The Irish Youth Foundation is a charity aimed at helping disavantaged young people and their families. The Lord Mayor presented youth groups and schools with grants on behalf of the charity. To view highlights of the event, click on the video below:

Irish Youth Foundation award winners

Lord Mayor launches Peace IV Programme in City Hall

18 Jan 2018

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nuala McAllister launched the Peace IV Programme in City Hall. Communities across Belfast are to benefit from £8.79 million of PEACE IV funding. The money, which has been provided from the European Union PEACE IV Programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) was announced at City Hall. To view highlights from the event, click on the video below:

Peace IV programme launch
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