Lisburn gets in on the act with a range of free events taking place in Castle Gardens, R-Space Gallery and elsewhere.
On Friday, September 20, Culture Night once again unites cities around the world in a celebratory showcase of art, entertainment, spectacle and creativity – and all to be enjoyed for free. This year, for the first time, Lisburn is joining the global party.
A joint project between Lisburn City Management and Lisburn City Council, with some funding from the Lisburn Historic Quarter Arts Group, it is adhering to the Culture Night format, with a range of free activities spread across the city. The events, the participants and the mix of venues are unique to Lisburn, aimed at making Culture Night Lisburn a brand all its own.
Between 3.45pm and 8pm, there will be musical performances and heritage workshops in the Lisburn City Library, outdoor games, facepainting, the Art on the Rails exhibition and more in Castle Gardens; a choir in Lisburn Cathedral; and film, blacksmithing and art previews in the R-Space Gallery, to name but a few events.
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