We are now taking submissions for the Culture Night 2016 programme, which will take place on Friday 16 September. All proposals must be submitted by Friday 1 July.
It's the eighth year of Culture Night Belfast, the city's biggest, most colourful and inclusive cultural celebration. With your help we will radically transform and energise the streets, throughfares, spaces and places of Belfast over one day. Last year over 200 organisations and individuals got involved and performed, presents, curated, cultivated, illuminated, showed, screened, told and generally opened up to over 65,000 people across the city centre, and beyond, in an evening of carnivalesque adventure like no other.
If you have an exciting idea or event you think would be perfect for Culture Night Belfast 2016 now is the time to let us know.
For more information download our toolkit:culturenightbelfast.com/cnb16_toolkit.pdf
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