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  • Tickets still available for...

    There are still some tickets available for some opening weekend shows and don't forget if you book for 3 shows you get 10% OFF!
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  • SOLD OUT at the Belfast Children's Festival 2010

    Some events have already Sold Out this year ...but don't worry there's plently of other events to choose from
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  • The Belfast Children's Festival 2010 has officially launched!

    The thirteenth Belfast Children’s Festival, run by Young at Art, has launched.
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  • BOOK ONLINE FOR MAKING SPACE 2010

    The deadline is fast approaching to book you place at Making Space, the annual professional youth arts forum run by Young at Art, in partnership with the University of Ulster.
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  • Are you looking for something to do with the kids over the Easter Holidays?

    Well look no further..... The Belfast Children's Festival has loads of fun, free activities for the whole family to enjoy!
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  • Belfast Children's Festival Volunteers Wanted!

    Young at Art is recruiting volunteers for its annual Belfast Children’s Festival, which runs from 21 – 30 May 2010.
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  • CALL FOR PAPERS: as part of Making Space Symposium on Children's Theatre

    The annual Making Space Forum, co-ordinated and curated by Young at Art in partnership with the University of Ulster, is the academic stream of the Belfast Children's Festival, bringing together international practitioners, local artists, policy makers, arts organisations, academics and students to share and interrogate current practices, issues and concerns in the arts for children.
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  • Call for young musical acts to take to the stage in an Open Air Concert!

    Some of Belfast's hottest arts and music businesses have come together to offer the opportunity for young acts / solo artists to share the bill with established bands at 'Festival goes to the Waterworks' - a large scale, outdoor family event in the Waterworks Park, North Belfast on 22 May 2010
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  • MAKING SPACE 2010: book your place now!

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  • CALL FOR ARTISTS for Festival goes to the Waterworks... Deadline: 5pm, 1 March 2010

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  • Youth Justice Agency invites young photographers to "Get Snapping"

    Following the success of last year's competition the Agency is giving young people another opportunity to express their ideas about how to reduce youth crime.
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  • NT live - Nation at the QFT

    Following on from NT Live's international sell-out screenings of Phèdre with Helen Mirren, this is an exciting opportunity for Belfast audiences to see a top theatre production direct from London
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  • No Alibis new children's section Launches

    Christmas is the perfect time for children to be read to or to receive a gift of a really good picture or story book and No Alibis is the sho to go to for the perfect children's book!
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  • WANTED: Return to the Park Project Coordinator

    Return to the Park Project Coordinator is a part-time temporary freelance post with flexible working hours. An exciting opportunity to work towards a citywide celebration of culture and openness.
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  • The Lyric Theatre presents...The Tale of the Beauty and the Tail of the Beast

    Tickets are at a special rate of £5 for all friends of Young at Art so call the Box Office on 02890 385673 and tell them you want to book your special £5 tickets NOW!!
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  • It's Universal Children's Day!

    Universal Children's Day (20 November) is simply set to honor children and celebrate childhood!
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  • The Coca-Cola Cinemagic International Film Festival 18th Nov - 4th Dec

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  • Look out for us in the Bow Street Mall on Saturday 1pm -3pm.

    Ulster Wildlife Trust will be there too to help you find out more about butterfly conservation, so you can do your bi...t to stop the declining population. hope to see you there!! :D
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  • Look out for us this weekend - we'll be in a shopping centre near you!

    In preparation for Fly Butterfly Family Weekend we will be hosting several workshops in shopping centres across Belfast and Lisburn.
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  • Fly Butterfly Family Weekend - 17 & 18 October 2009 - Belfast City Hall

    Belfast City Hall will emerge like a beautiful butterfly from a chrysalis after two years of renovation. In celebration Belfast City Council invites all children and families to Fly Butterfly Family Weekend in association with The Beat Initiative and Belfast Children's Festival. To mark this very special occasion, all events are absolutely FREE
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  • Culture Night was a roaring success thanks to EVERYONE who was involved!

    A very big 'thank you' to everybody who helped to make Culture Night Belfast such a magnificent success! Whether you were a participant or a volunteer, whether you came down on the evening or even helped to spread the word, it all contributed to an amazing and magical evening.
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  • We need your school's HELP!

    Young at Art, organiser of the Belfast Children's Festival, have been asked to host a special family day called Festival goes to Belfast City Hall on Sunday 18th October from 12pm-4pm. Belfast City Hall will be a hive of activity for families and children of all ages with lots of free arts activities and free entertainment .......but we really need your school's help!
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  • CULTURE NIGHT 25 September: tiny trans presents Rock'n'Roll High School

    As part of the the first ever Culture Night Belfast, which will be held in the city's historic Cathedral Quarter on Friday 25th September, tiny trans presents Rock'n'Roll High School. 4pm-8pm (Suitable for kids aged 6-12 and their parentals)
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  • Fly Butterfly Family Weekend 17 & 18 October 2009

    Belfast City Hall will emerge like a beautiful butterfly from a chrysalis after two years of renovation. In celebration Belfast City Council invites all children and families to Fly Butterfly Family Weekend in association with Beat Initiative and Belfast Children's Festival. To mark this very special occasion, all events are absolutely FREE both inside and outside but pre-booking may be required. For information & ticket booking go to Belfast Welcome Centre, 47 Donegall Place, Belfast, BT1 5AD or call Belfast Welcome Centre on 028 9024 6609
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  • CULTURE NIGHT 25 September 2009

    We're delighted to be involved in the first ever Culture Night Belfast, which will be held in the city's historic Cathedral Quarter on Friday 25th September.
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  • Thank you for coming to this year's festival!

    Please take a few moments to tell us what you thought and be entered into a Prize Draw to win a Golden Ticket for the 2010 festival.
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  • Give yourself a pat on the back!

    We want to say "THANKS!" to all the volunteers who made the Belfast Children's Festival an overwhelming success.
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  • Under 4's spoilt for choice

    The Belfast Children's Festival has an exciting programme guaranteed to get dominos in motion and have even the tiniest tots toppling into the city for some festival fun.
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  • More of it than we think 3 winners announced

    Thanks to everyone who entered submissions to the Belfast Children’s Festival and University of Ulster “More of it than we think 3” exhibition. We are delighted to anounce the winners..
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  • Making Space 1: The Look

    Making Space (formerly Open Space) is an annual discussion forum set up by Young at Art in 2001. It brings together individuals, artists and practitioners with an interest in youth arts to discuss common issues and explore new developments.
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  • Making Space 2: The Sound and the Feel

    Making Space (formerly Open Space) is an annual discussion forum set up by Young at Art in 2001. It brings together individuals, artists and practitioners with an interest in youth arts to discuss common issues and explore new developments.
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  • Are you interested in volunteering for the festival?

    Are you interested in the arts? Do you want to work with children and young people? Do you want to learn new skills and meet new people? Young at Art is recruiting volunteers for its annual Belfast Children's Festival, which runs from 22 May to 31 May 2009.
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  • Champion of the Child exhibition and workshop

    Champion of the Child tells the moving and inspiring story of Janusz Korczak (1879-1942). A pioneer of children’s rights and a key influence on the 1979 UN Convention on Children’s Rights, Korczak devoted his life to the rights and wellbeing of children, regardless of nationality or religion.
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  • MORE OF IT THAN WE THINK 3 - Call for submissions

    Have you been working with children and young people through the arts? Do you have exciting and original work that you think the rest of the world should see?
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  • VOLUNTEER Application Forms

    Are you interested in the arts? Do you want to work with children and young people? Do you want to learn new skills and meet new people?
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  • FRONT OF HOUSE Application Forms

    Work for Belfast Children's Festival 2009. Do you want to be a Front of House Manager? Are you motivated? Can you work as part of a team?
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  • Baby Rave goes to the Ulster Hall

    The first Baby Rave in the world returns to Belfast as part of the Family Open Day at the Ulster Hall.
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  • The Youth Panel proudly perform Arthur Miller's - The Crucible

    The Youth Panel are proud to present their own version of the The Crucible in the spectacularly atmospheric surroundings of St Georges.
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  • Youth Panel present: Children's Hour - a sensational play

    This February The Youth Panel will be presenting their own version of Lillian Hellman's explosive classic, The Children's Hour.
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  • Find out what lies behind closed doors?

    On Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th September be sure not to miss out on European Heritage Open Days. Explore a host of private homes, interesting venues and stunning grounds across N.Ireland, not normally open to the public. Free weekend fun for the family...
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  • Youth Panel present: Last Saturday - a new musical comedy

    Imagine a world without Saturday... A new local production about teenager life in Belfast, written and performed by young people.
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  • The Pod people are landing!

    Don't miss out this Saturday as Northern Ireland’s only interactive dance experience – The Podisco comes to the Waterfront.
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  • A little bit of R & R

    After a busy successful festival, the Young at Art team have been slowing down and getting a good rest.
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  • What the youth arts sector had to say

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  • Baby Rave 21 June, Lurgan Park. Tickets on sale now

    If you missed Baby Rave recently at the Belfast Children's Festival, you can catch it on the 21 June as it visits Lurgan Park...
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  • Windshapers and Water Workshop - correction to brochure

    On Windshapers and Water Workshops parents go free. Tickets : £3 per child.
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  • ni4kids new web site

    The Northern Ireland magazine about parenting, children and families has launched a new fancy web site.
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  • Sinbad trailer released

    Big Telly Theatre Company is delighted to present its second swimming pool show, SINBAD, created by Zoe Seaton and Paul Boyd.
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  • 2008 Festival opens for business

    On 31 March, the 2008 Belfast Children's festival was officially launched by Roisin McDonough, Chief Executive of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
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  • Call for young artists now

    The Belfast Children's Festival wants to hear about artwork created by children and young people in 2007. Work selected will be exhibited throughout the festival in May. Tell us now!
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  • Volunteering opportunities at the Belfast Children's Festival

    Young at Art is recruiting volunteers for its annual Belfast Children's Festival, which runs from 23 May to 1 June 2008.
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  • Youth Arts Network survey downloads

    Young at Art and has published a report exploring the need for establishing a youth arts network in Northern Ireland.
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  • Belfast Children's Festival staff opportunities

    Young at Art is currently recruiting Box Office Assistants and Front of House Managers to join the festival team.
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  • Young at Art seeks Baby Rave DJ - deadline extended!

    Do you have experience as a DJ? Young at Art is looking for someone to join the Baby Rave team on its global adventure...
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  • Act now! Help keep our arts alive

    The arts in Northern Ireland are in critical danger of dying through neglect. Arts spending in Northern Ireland is falling far short of what is needed to keep the arts industry stable. Add your voice to the campaign to Keep our Arts Alive.
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  • Help the festival - join now!

    Young at Art is looking for enthusiastic skilled adults to join its Board of Directors.
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  • Young at Art looks to the future

    At the September Annual General Meeting, Young at Art launched its strategy for 2007 - 2010
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  • Young at Art AGM takes a look at 2006 highlights

    On 26 September, Young at Art reported another exciting and successful year.
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  • More of it than we think exhibition - call for entries

    Schools and groups are invited to submit details of original work they have created between April 2006 and May 2007.
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  • Belfast Children's Festival launch

    The Belfast Children's Festival - the city's most fun festival with music, theatre and art for all the family - celebrates its 10th birthday this year.
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