What’s New - Arts
Roll up, roll up Frampton swaps boxing ring for circus ring
12th April 2019
Boxing legend Carl Frampton has hit new heights as he joined students from Belfast Metropolitan College in learning circus skills at the Belfast Community Circus School.
“I do have more confidence, I’m prepared to do things I haven’t done before and enjoy a sense of achievement – it makes me feel good about myself.”
27th March 2019
Supported by National Lottery funding, Dundee art project ST/ART@DCA helps Lillian Malcolm regain confidence after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis
Your chance to win £10,000 for your project!
12th March 2019
A call for all National Lottery funded projects to enter The 25th Birthday National Lottery Awards
"V&A Dundee has been a catalyst, it has changed lives for the better and shone a spotlight on all that is good about the city"
11th March 2019
Supported by National Lottery funding, V&A Dundee has helped local young person Ailsa Purdie realise and fulfil her ambitions without leaving the city she loves
Call the midwife star celebrates millions in National Lottery funding for Coventry 2021
7th March 2019
Midlands’s actress Helen George celebrates National Lottery funding for Coventry City of Culture 2021.
“It’s a vital place for the music scene and for enriching the lives of young people in Wrexham”
15th February 2019
Mike Harmina, Manager at the Vic music recording studios and social enterprise in Wrexham, tells us how National Lottery funding has enabled them to reach more people than ever before.
THE NATIONAL LOTTERY LAUNCHES HUNT FOR ‘THE NEXT STACEY DOOLEY’ TO STAR IN A BRAND NEW MINI-SERIES IN SUNDERLAND AND NORTHUMBERLAND
21st November 2018
Lights, Camera, Action!: Kara Tointon shines the light on National Lottery funded Youth Theatre
22nd March 2018
DERRY GIRLS STAR CALLS ON REAL LIFE DERRY GIRLS (& BOYS!) TO ENTER MAJOR AWARDS
15th March 2018
TEAR-JERKING MOMENT JACKPOT WINNER REVEALS SURPRISE FUNDING FOR DISABILITY ARTS GROUP
9th March 2018
Lagan Village Youth and Community Group received a huge surprise after they received a visit from a jackpot winner who shocked them by revealing their application for National Lottery funding has been successful. Representatives from the Belfast-based organisation broke down in tears after learning they will receive £2,820 from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. National Lottery winner Mary Hamilton, from Belfast, who won £12.9m in the EuroMillions draw in November 2014, went ‘undercover’ as part of The National Lottery’ ‘Thank You Northern Ireland’ campaign, to visit the project and reveal the good news that their weekly music classes for young adults with learning difficulties will receive support.
TIME TO VOTE IN THE NATIONAL LOTTERY AWARDS 2017
29th June 2017
Northern Ireland has a 'Lott' to celebrate
8th March 2017