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Work is expected to start in November on a £300,000 project which will involve a major upgrade of May Street’s basement and a facelift of the lecture hall lobby. This means that the schoolroom, which has been lying virtually out of use for several years, will secure an entertainments licence and will be fit for purpose as a venue for...
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European Heritage Open Day at May Street

May Street Church threw open its doors on Saturday September 13 and Sunday September 14, 2014, for the annual European Heritage Open Day weekend. We were rewarded by a steady stream of visitors – 100 on the Saturday and 50 on the Sunday. Many took the opportunity for a look at the pulpit, others took in every detail and some...
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TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF URBAN SOUL CAFE

Urban Soul Cafe will be closing on a temporary basis as from Friday, September 12, 2014. We apologise to our regular customers for the inconvenience this will cause. We would invite you to send your email address to Robin Morton at romorton@gmail.com so that you can be kept in touch with developments over the winter. May Street Church and the...
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Lord Mayor opens art exhibition at Urban Soul

The Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nichola Mallon, came to Urban Soul on Thursday August 21 to officially opened an art exhibition which acknowledges the role of the “unsung heroes” of the Northern Ireland peace process. The exhibition, by Belfast artist Susan Hughes, is running until mid-September at Urban Soul Cafe in the basement of May Street Presbyterian Church in...
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Lord Mayor to open Quiet Peacemakers art exhibition

The Lord Mayor of Belfast, the Right Honourable Councillor Nichola Mallon, will be visiting Urban Soul Cafe on Thursday August  21 to carry out the official opening of the Quiet Peacemakers art exhibition, a collection of portraits by local artist Susan Hughes. The paintings portray people who were the “unsung heroes” of the peace process, working away behind the scenes...
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