Culture Night exists to support our Artistic and Cultural Sector by creating a evening of magic within our city centre. We animate public parks with music and performance , we transform unusual spaces into venues and encourage the public (young and old) to discover their curious selves and get involved!
As Director of the Cathedral Quarter Trust, Susan ‘oversees’ Culture Night year round; fund-raising, forward planning and basically ensuring that the show must go on. Susan was Head of the Queen’s Film Theatre from 2008 until October 2017 when she joined the Cathedral Quarter Trust.Susan’s Culture Night tip: ‘These boots were made for walkin’ so leave the car at email@example.com
Claire Hall joined the team in June 2019 as Culture Night Manager and year round Events and Project Manager.She is no stranger to the Arts Sector in Belfast and has been an active member of the community for over 10 years as a practicing Artist and in both Programming and Project Manager roles. Her CV proudly boasts collaborations with, amongst others, CQAF, Culture Night, Outburst Arts, SARC, AVA Festival and The MAC.Prior to taking up the role as Events and Project Manager at CQ Trust she held the role of Events Officer at the MAC for 5 years.Outside of CQT she's holds an artistic practice as a DJ and Events Producer under the moniker of 'Venus Dupree' and hosts her own monthly radio show on The 343 Radio called 'Night Flight to Venusfirstname.lastname@example.org
Claire is the Programme Officer for Culture Night and the Cathedral Quarter Trust. Claire has a background in events management and the music industry and is a First Class Honours graduate of QUB’s Sonic Arts Research Centre and postgraduate with Distinction of Ulster University with MSc. in International Events Management. Claire’s CNB tip: Don’t forget to charge your phone so you can download and use our brand new email@example.com
11 years of Culture
The biggest event in Belfast's cultural calendar returns!Come celebrate with us on Culture Night on Friday 18th September 2020.
Make the most of your Culture Night Belfast experience with our guides below. Everything you need to know from how to get there to where to eat.
Culture Night is a family friendly event with a range of activities that people of all ages can enjoy.
Download the App
Download our new Culture Night Belfast app and make the most of your Culture Night experience.
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Getting to Culture Night
Everything you need to know about getting to Belfast, and getting to Culture Night once you are here!
Where to Stay
Belfast offers a wide range of visitor accommodation from funky boutique hotels through to friendly guesthouses and hostels and everything in between.
Where to Eat and Drink
Some of the finest eating spots in Belfast are situated right in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter plus details of our brand new Culture Night (& Day) Food Market!
Due to the pop-up nature of much of the activity means that some events may not be fully accessible.