4 Corners 2016 | A POEM FOR BELFAST

4 Corners 2016 | A POEM FOR BELFAST

Jenna Wilson, a member of the 4 Corners committee, shared this poem on the last night of the 2016 festival. We are delighted to share it with you now. Enjoy. I am an outsider – I must start with that. I can only see dimly, through a slanted rain, this Belfast...
4 Corners 2016 | LISTENING TO THE CITY

4 Corners 2016 | LISTENING TO THE CITY

6th February 2016, Girdwood Community Hub How often do you pause to notice what is around you? Do you travel to your destination as quickly as possible, the journey being no more than a means to an end? How much do you know about the streets of your city? These were...
4 Corners 2016 | MORE THAN A FLAG

4 Corners 2016 | MORE THAN A FLAG

This evening was our screening of Belfast documentary More Than A Flag. Hosted at Stormont by Chris Lyttle MLA, we heard from some of the documentary’s participants. You can watch it yourself...
4 Corners 2016 | LET THEM SPEAK

4 Corners 2016 | LET THEM SPEAK

5th February, University of Ulster Are our young people apolitical or de-politicized? What do young people in Belfast think about the city and its future? These were among the questions raised when ninety sixth form pupils from 25 schools across Belfast gathered...
4 Corners 2016 | STORMONT HOUSE RULES

4 Corners 2016 | STORMONT HOUSE RULES

4th February 2016, Duncairn Arts Centre Anyone who has grown up in Northern Ireland is no stranger to political debate, so when Thursday night’s event confronted head-on this well-known method of getting the point across, it was always going to be intriguing. The...
4 Corners 2016 | TALKING ABOUT RELIGION

4 Corners 2016 | TALKING ABOUT RELIGION

As the Lord Mayer hosted the 4 Corners Banquet in City Hall last night, the Ulster Museum was the backdrop for a heated and good-hearted conversation on the BBC’s religious broadcasting. Hosted by William Crawley, the panel consisted of Caroline Wyatt, the BBC’s...