The Duncairn Centre for Culture & Arts is North Belfast’s first purpose built Arts and Culture shared space venue.
Located on the Antrim Road, The Duncairn Centre for Culture & Arts is North Belfast’s first purpose built Arts and Culture shared space venue. The new £3.5million venue is a world-class facility consisting of 3 art studios, exhibition area, community meeting room, 170 capacity theatre/performance and rehearsal space, café/bistro and conference rooms. The Duncairn will provide a platform for local and international artists to showcase their work as well as give the local community access to an arts and cultural programme of the highest quality.
Over the coming years The Duncairn will host Music Concerts, Drama, Debates, Lectures and Exhibitions as well as programme Music, Dance, Arts & Craft workshops/master classes.
Duncairn Centre for Cultural & Arts is a hub of creativity where all have a voice, feel respected and welcomed.
Inspiring Communities, Developing Audiences, Strengthening Sector:
Creating a shared space arts facility that will contribute to North Belfast’s cultural, social, political and economic rebirth.
Showcase, support & develop the work of young emerging local artists
Creating a new arts based model of engagement with Disenfranchised, marginalized and disadvantaged communities in North Belfast.
With the opening of the Duncairn Centre for Culture & Arts the 174 Trust is about to embark upon a new and exciting period of service for the North Belfast community. Since its foundation in 1983 the Trust has sought to “work with local people, helping them to identify and meet local needs” by providing an inclusive, non-threatening and safe environment for individuals and groups to access programmes and to be involved in a wide range of life enriching activities where all are valued equally.