Giving back to the Cregagh community through music

Arts

Friday 5th April saw Cregagh Presbyterian Church in east Belfast hold their ‘Spring Musical Variety Concert’, in aid of the church’s ongoing renovations. The concert saw performances from several bands and singers, including the Millar Memorial flute band.

A different side to Northern Ireland’s marching culture.

Philip Gribben, a flutist from the band, spoke about challenging the perception around marching culture that exists in the media. He also emphasised the skill and effort required in mastering the skill of music.

Arts
Belfast Fashion Week 2019

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‘Folk Miscreants’ Lankum charm Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin.

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