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October 2018

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October

PLACE

October 19 @ 10:00 - October 21 @ 16:00
PLACE, 7-9 Lower Garfield Street
Belfast, BT1 1FP United Kingdom

PLACE relocated to Spencer House in April 2014. After years of vacancy and with thanks to support from Arts Council of Northern Ireland, PLACE’s principal funder, we were able to strip back the interior to reveal the original ceiling and pillars of this listed building. Historically, the building played host to The Hammond Typewriter Company, a flour merchant, the Weekly Irish Times brand office and for many years was home to JC Mayrs & Company, cabinet maker and house furnishers.…

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21
October

Belfast Boat Club (Sunday)

October 21 @ 10:00 - 18:00
Belfast Boat Club, 12 Lockview Road
Belfast, BT9 5FJ United Kingdom

Belfast Boat Club is one of Northern Ireland's premier multi-sports and leisure clubs. Set on the banks of the River Lagan in South Belfast, Belfast Boat Club aims to improve the lives of people of all ages and abilities by promoting an active and healthy lifestyle. Belfast Boat Club's impressive facilities play host to international sporting events, tournaments and numerous outreach projects within the local community. Open Access: Visit the Boat Club to see around all day on Friday, Saturday…

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21
October

FULLY BOOKED – IKEA Belfast (Sunday)

October 21 @ 11:15 - 12:30
IKEA Belfast, Holywood Exchange 306 Airport Road West
Belfast, BT3 9EJ United Kingdom

IKEA Belfast opened its doors on 13 December 2007. The 29,000m/sq store - the equivalent area of five and a half football pitches - accommodates a showroom, a 437-seat restaurant (which is the largest eatery in Northern Ireland), a warehouse, crèche, staff facilities and customer services area. There are many sustainable features throughout the store. In addition to exploring these areas, this guided tour will take you to spaces that customers have never before been able to explore. Join IKEA’s…

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21
October

The Birth of the Cathedral Quarter

October 21 @ 13:30 - 15:00
Hill Street, 41-43 Hill Street
Belfast, BT1 2LA United Kingdom

Architect Barrie Todd leads a tour along Hill Street which saw the redevelopment of the Cathedral Quarter in the late 1980s. Barrie’s practice was the first new tenant in what was then known as the “Northside” in 1989, a collection of mostly run-down streets and disused warehouses. Todd Architects’ refurbishment of a former sack merchants was the first of many innovative transformations of heritage buildings that would see various creative, cultural and commercial tenants breathe new life into buildings along…

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21
October

Blick Shared Studios (Sunday)

October 21 @ 14:00 - 17:00
Blick Shared Studios, 51 Malone Road
Belfast, BT9 6RY United Kingdom

Blick Shared Studios provides workspace, services and support for the creative industries in Belfast. For Open House we will host an exhibition of one of our resident creative businesses. 51 Malone Road was built between 1886 and 1887 and was designed by architect, William Eaton (1854-1896). There are a number of architectural features of this property that still exist from its erection in 1887; including the full-height, bowed, bay windows and the conical state roof, a trademark of the nine…

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21
October

The Infinite City Podcast: Live episode

October 21 @ 17:00 - 19:00
The Sonic Lab, Sonic Arts Research Centre Cloreen Park
Belfast, BT9 5BQ United Kingdom

The Infinite City is a podcast about cities, produced by PLACE. Join hosts Rebekah McCabe and Conor McCafferty for an evening of chat about public space, architecture and city life in Belfast and beyond. Our panellists for some lively debate are Agustina Martire (Lecturer in Architecture, Queen's University), Garrett Carr (author, The Rule of the Land), Darran Anderson (author, Imaginary Cities) and Aisling O'Beirn (artist and Lecturer in Art, Ulster University). Musical performances and readings will round out the night…

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