Flyer that was brought to my attention yesterday on the inside it says “If you’re visiting Northern Ireland in July make time to enjoy an old tradition with a beautiful new look OrangeFest.
Edit to add photograph of the interior of leaflet
There’s a brief history section a little bit about culture from which my fav quote is….. “And for fans of all things pyrotechnic, the spectacle of the annual Eleventh night bonfires all across Northern Ireland will certainly be a memorable one.”
An exhibition at Schomberg House and opening times is mentioned then that the shops are open as usual.
There is also a helpful hint section on the RHS…Please don’t walk through the procession whilst it’s in progress. If you would like to cross through just ask a marshall who’d be happy to advise when it’s safe to do so.
If you wish to enjoy a drink don’t forget that it is illegal to drink alcohol on the streets of Belfast. Disposal facilities will be provided at the main entry points of the city for open bottles or cans of alcohol.
Don’t forget the shops are open for business as usual from 12.30pm-4.30pm.
Photographer and visual artist based in Belfast.
I have facilitated community based workshops with groups as diverse as visually impaired individuals in Dungannn, Travellers across Northern Ireland, Young Offenders and many community groups across Belfast.
My work has exhibited extensively here in Northern Ireland in group and individual shows and has been shown in North America and i had my first solo international exhibition in New Zealand. I have been the recipient of a number of grants from the Arts Council Northern Ireland.
I’ll be blogging about Arts and Culture, primarily in Belfast
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