Art & Culture Informal Meetup

Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Oh Yeah Music Centre

Oh Yeah Music Centre

Cost: £5 + BF
Our panel of musicians, authors and activists consider the power of music to inspire change, via discussion and playlist.

On the 50th anniversary year of the Civil Rights movement here in Northern Ireland, Sound of Belfast has invited musicians, authors and activists to consider music, songs and the power of such to change the world.

The evening will include an informal discussion and a playlist of songs selected by the panel, that have inspired and changed the way we think, held in the Sunflower Public House. Tickets available from


Stuart Bailie

Writer, Journalist, Broadcaster. Author of Trouble Songs, Music and Conflict in Northern Ireland

Dave Randall

Musician (Faithless, Sinead O'Connor, Dido), writer and political activist. Author of Sound System, The Political Power of Music

Tom Robinson
Songwriter, Musician and Broadcaster hosting a regular show on BBC Radio 6 Music

Roisin Dwyer 
Commissioning Editor at Hot Press magazine, and contributor to Radio Nova's Rock Report

This event is part of the Sound of Belfast music festival. For full programme details visit

  • Arts
  • Community relations
  • revolution
  • Politics
  • change
  • Northern Ireland
  • civil rights
  • music
  • belfast
  • sunflower
  • sound of belfast

Date and Time

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Sunflower Public House, 65 Union Street
United Kingdom

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This event will be held in the Sunflower Public House