News Archives - 2014

Photo of our musician-in-residence with camera

Beat Carnival director, David Boyd, and musician in residence 2014, Katie Richardson, are currently in Amsterdam for the Trans Europe Halles conference/meeting no. 77. The Future Is Not What It Used To Be is a three-day, interdisciplinary working conference on new culture strategies.

Photo of participants at a recent outdoor performance workshop facilitated by Stephen Beggs at the Beat Carnival Centre

Here at the Beat Carnival Centre, we don't just like to hire out office and workshop space to tenants - we like to play with them too!

WOMAD/Beyond Skin posters for St Patrick's Day performances in Belfast and Downpatrick

We're delighted to be working with our good friends and Beat Carnival Centre tenants Beyond Skin for this year's carnival parade - in partnership with the world's biggest international music festival (as recognised by the Guinness Book of Records), WOMAD!

Mock newspaper front pages created by participants

We've had a lot of fun working with our friends at WheelWorks and Wandsworth Community Centre in preparation for our Belfast St Patrick’s Day Carnival Parade.

Beat Musician in Residence Katie Richardson with the street choir

The Beat Carnival are inviting enthusiastic singers for Belfast St Patrick's Day Carnival Parade 2014.

Poster: BEATnDRUM logo & date/venue info

BEATnDRUM are 10 this year!

Smiling girls in green hats with shamrocks painted on their faces

On Sunday 16 March Belfast will come alive with a colourful carnival atmosphere for all the family to enjoy!