There’s plenty happening in Belfast this week including children’s stories, family tree crafts, poetry readings and much more….
Spring into Style
Victoria Square | Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 April from 1pm to 5pm
Join Victoria Square on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 April, 1-5pm for a unique fashion event all in aid of charity.
Five local influencers will be styling up five different models in a secret garden setting all on behalf of a different charity. Call in to see their creations and vote for your favourite; the winning influencer will win £1000 for their charity plus one lucky voter will also win a Spring Shopping Experience at Victoria Square (worth £500); what’s not to love? There will also be lots of fashion and beauty surprises and music on the mall.
Charities supported: Action Mental Health, PIPS, Aware, Cruse Bereavement, Addiction NI
Belfast Film Festival
Various Venues | 12 - 21 April
Belfast Film Festival launches its 18th annual festival of premieres, unique events and the best in world cinema. Presenting a huge range of films from across the globe,with a tantalising line-up.
There will also be plenty of post-screening discussions throughout the city.
Family Tree Papercut
Bullitt | Thursday 19 April from 7pm to 9pm
Join Studio Souk at Bullitt and create a Family Tree Papercut with Zaneta from Black Bird Papercuts. Zaneta will guide you through the relaxing art of papercutting as you create your very own pre-designed personalised family tree – no previous design skills needed!
Tom Ford Eyewear Open Day
Jonathan Keys | Thursday 19 April from 11am to 8pm
Join Jonathan Keys for an exclusive Spring/Summer preview event. You can choose from over 300 Tom Ford frames and sunglasses and chat to the Tom Ford stylist about the latest trends and best frames for you.
Attend to be entered in to the draw for a chance to win a pair of Tom Ford sunglasses on the evening!
Poetry Reading with Kevin Kiely
Linen Hall Library | Friday 20 April at 1pm
Join poet Kevin Kiely as he reads from his new work, ‘UCD Belfield Metaphysical: A Retrospective‘. Kevin is a poet, novelist, literary critic and scholar who was born in County Down. His commentaries on arts and cultural issues appear in Village Magazine and the Irish Independant, among others.
This event is free, however booking is necessary.
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