Visiting Hours

Visiting Hours: Common Threads

Last Tuesday myself and a friend popped along to Common Threads for the first time. This laid-back little crafting circle has been meeting in the spacious function room of Common Grounds cafe every Tuesday for the past two or three years. Funnily enough, I discovered the group during a brainstorming session to come up with a name… Continue reading Visiting Hours: Common Threads

visiting hours

Visiting Hours: Common Threads

Last Tuesday myself and a friend popped along to Common Threads for the first time. This laid-back little crafting circle has been meeting in the spacious function room of Common Grounds cafe every Tuesday for the past two or three years.
 

CREATIVITY

Blog Awards Ireland

It's that time of year again already - the Blog Awards Ireland nominations have opened! This is the third outing for the awards that champion blogging creativity across the island of Ireland, and The Patchwork Quill has been lucky enough to be shortlisted in both previous years. If you would like to nominate any of Ireland's… Continue reading Blog Awards Ireland

CREATIVITY

Blog Awards Ireland

It's that time of year again already - the Blog Awards Ireland nominations have opened!

This is the third outing for the awards that champion blogging creativity across the island of Ireland, and The Patchwork Quill has been lucky enough to be shortlisted in both previous years.

What's On This Week

What’s On This Week: 14 – 20 April 2014

Literature, upcycling, history, surfing, music and craft - just a few of the fabulous things you can experience in Northern Ireland this week. Not to mention Easter! Bear in mind the Easter opening hours come into play for pubs and clubs this weekend - bars will stop serving alcohol at midnight on Thursday and Saturday,… Continue reading What’s On This Week: 14 – 20 April 2014

What's On This Week

What’s On This Week: 14 – 20 April 2014

Literature, upcycling, history, surfing, music and craft - just a few of the fabulous things you can experience in Northern Ireland this week.
 

CULTURE

#CNLisburn: Time to get Lisburn trending

Belfast is an exciting place to be these days. Year-round, the city is buzzing with arts and entertainment and barely a month goes by without a music or arts festival. Culturally, Belfast has become a world player, and I believe four years of Culture Night Belfast has been a major factor in developing the rich arts-based… Continue reading #CNLisburn: Time to get Lisburn trending

CULTURE

#CNLisburn: Time to get Lisburn trending

Belfast is an exciting place to be these days. Year-round, the city is buzzing with arts and entertainment and barely a month goes by without a music or arts festival. Culturally, Belfast has become a world player, and I believe four years of Culture Night Belfast has been a major factor in developing the rich arts-based identity it now enjoys. Just eight miles down the road, little sister Lisburn remains somewhat in its shadow.
 

PQ Q&A

The PQ Q&A: AGR Moore

AGR Moore is a Belfast author who has self-published his first two books, both in electronic and paperback formats.    The Unseen Chronicles of Amelia Black was released in August 2011 and A Boy Named Hogg followed in December 2012.     He also writes short stories and earlier this year published A Gurumapa in the Wood, which is still available… Continue reading The PQ Q&A: AGR Moore

PQ Q&A

The PQ Q&A: AGR Moore

AGR Moore is a Belfast author who has self-published his first two books, both in electronic and paperback formats. The Unseen Chronicles of Amelia Black was released in August 2011 and A Boy Named Hogg followed in December 2012. He also writes short stories and earlier this year published A Gurumapa in the Wood, which is still available for free download.