Some writing for the Belfast Revival website, which works to raise awareness of great Belfast bars and buildings lost to redevelopment. Supporting coverage from Belfast Vibe.
Really enjoyed hearing how local comedy has reached new peaks of success for a Slugger O’Toole piece.
Thanks to @amghobsmacht for sending the below info from @ulsterahs and to Stuart Lunn from @chasetheriver for his hard work on the #savethesunflower petition and benefit gig in January. Details from the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society showing how to make your concerns heard are now available (mine, courtesy of Slugger O’Toole, are here) and will…
Inspired by my partner (it is her favourite place), a piece for Slugger O’Toole asks what the future holds for a world-famous library in the heart of Belfast.
A piece posted on Slugger O’Toole as media speculation began to circulate that the bar may be affected by redevelopment plans.
Enjoyed working on this voluntary PR piece in support of the non-profit Strand Arts Centre. Content, to house style and relevant in content and style to their demographic, was provided for the Belfast Vibe magazine/ website/ social media: 80 years on…9 things you could be missing at The Strand
An opinion piece for Slugger O’Toole asking travel writers to scratch more than the surface when they they visit Befast.
If you haven’t experienced the best of Belfast nightlife lately then there’s never been a better time to sample a bar-scene, with great pubs old and new, that can hold its own with any city. That’s not to mention a cosmopolitan atmosphere that has the tourist guide books lauding Europe’s new night out in our…
Latest piece for Slugger O’Toole is one for anyone who loves Belfast, books or Bernard Black!
People and space versus screens and machines: Why did one of the world’s largest betting shops open in Belfast?
From Slugger O’Toole… People and space versus screens and machines: Why did one of the world’s largest betting shops open in Belfast