Monday 27 January 2020
We are recruiting a Community Engagement Officer to support the delivery of the work of EastSide Arts in east Belfast.
The main purpose of this role is to:
  • Support the EastSide Arts Manager to deliver the EastSide Arts strategic objectives
Tuesday 15 October 2019

Get ready to step through the wardrobe into the magical world of the seventh annual C.S. Lewis Festival from 22nd - 26th November. Taking its theme from the much-loved The Chronicles of Narnia, this year’s C.S. Lewis Festival will transport you through the wardrobe into the incredible imaginative world of C.S. Lewis and his characters.  There’s plenty of family-friendly events throughout the festival which will encourage everyone to open up and explore their own imagination.

Monday 9 September 2019


Home Project is an arts project which has been running since 2016 and provides the opportunity for emerging artists to work interculturally with both EastSide Arts and Terra Nova Productions.

Opportunity for Artists:

Monday 24 June 2019


From the 1st-11th August places and spaces across east Belfast will transform into hubs of creativity and diversity for the annual EastSide Arts Festival. Supported by Arts Council of Northern Ireland, this year’s  exciting programme is filled with glorious new experiences, amazing and inspiring activities which are open for everyone to enjoy.

Monday 1 April 2019

Join us on the 13th of this month at C.S Lewis Square to Celebrate East Belfast and the people who make it such a great place.

Wednesday 13 March 2019

C.S. Lewis Square has a new feature – the Poetry Jukebox.  Only 52 jukeboxes exist across global locations and this is Belfast’s second ( the other location is Crescent Arts Centre).  The Poetry Jukebox is placed on street locations with the aim of making poetry accessible to all. For the C.S. Lewis Square Poetry Jukebox, the curators Maria McManus  and Tade Ipadeola (Nigeria) put out a call for poetry based on the theme, ‘A Deeper Country’ which features in The Chronicles of Narnia by east Belfast-born author C.S. Lewis.

Wednesday 13 March 2019

Northern Ireland is getting ready to host Project Dance, a first of its kind creative learning weekend of everything dance. The event will take place at Ashfield Girls’ High School from 2nd – 4th  August during this year’s EastSide Arts Festival.  Project Dance will feature a range of dance styles for all abilities and all ages across 40 + workshops and seminars. Top dance industry professionals will be on hand to help encourage all participants to try a new skill as well as help them to progress within their particular area of interest.

Tuesday 18 December 2018

It was a once-in-a-lifetime event – a warm, early August evening, Ken Haddock and his top-flight band, in the beautiful acoustic setting of Willowfield Church in Belfast, with The Arco String Quartet. It turned out to be one of the most memorable and moving gigs of the year – and is now one of the finest albums of the year.

Monday 3 December 2018

We are excited to begin the third annual Home Project which this year focuses on the theme of Small Worlds, asking the question, what does your world encompass?  Is it your home, your family, your street, your community, your job or your friends?  Is your world the city you live in or the place you were born?

Tuesday 9 October 2018

From 3 - 7  November 2018 venues across Belfast City will be filled with magic, imagination and other worlds as EastSide Arts get ready to champion the famous Belfast-born author C.S. Lewis, at the 6th annual C.S. Lewis Festival.  Curated by celebrated Northern Irish  author, Jan Carson, the festival  theme, ‘Of this and Other Worlds’, taken from the C.S.