This photography project honours queer visibility in the era of isolation
In Belfast, 'Come To My Window' is a labour of love from a group of artists who propose an alternative DIY take on Pride, one that celebrates queer solidarity from your windowsills.
Photographing youth culture on either side of Belfast’s peace walls
Enda Bowe celebrates 'the myriad joys and sorrows' of being young in modern Belfast with his award-winning new series.
the irish youth protesting some of the world's strictest abortion laws
This Saturday thousands gathered in Belfast to demand their right to choose. Photographer Vanessa Ifediora shoots the next generation of activists at the Rally for Choice, bringing the North of Ireland into the 21st Century.
meet the women transforming northern ireland’s electronic music scene
Fresh from this year’s AVA Festival in Belfast, we catch up with the rising stars of a scene that’s modernising fast.
belfast rappers kneecap are reinventing the irish language for a new generation
Since arriving onto the scene in 2017, the trio have gained a cult following for their controversial performances, incendiary lyrics and unapologetic bilingualism.
come see some of the best photography from i-D at belfast photo festival
A feast for the eyes, tbh.
the best things to watch, see and do this week in the uk
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
the best things to watch, see and do this week in the UK
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week (one day late this time because it was a long weekend and we’re hungover).
how ‘derry girls’ cemented itself as the best show on british tv
And Irish TV, obviously.
róisín lanigan: what does britishness mean in 2019?
Róisín Lanigan writes of growing up in a divided Belfast. Between British and Irish, Catholic and Protestant, and a younger generation railing against a conservative, religious establishment.
room for rebellion are the irish activists partying for abortion rights
Angry dancing, but for a good cause.
here’s how you can support abortion reform in northern ireland
Abortion is still illegal for Northern Irish women, despite being available in the rest of the UK and the Republic of Ireland. A new bill launched in Parliament could change that.