25 Years – A Generation On | Corrymeela Event for GFA 25

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Under the heading Borderlands, Corrymeela is hosting an evening of music, poetry, and reflection on peacebuilding and place. This event, entitled 25 Years; A Generation On, is public and ticketed.


Borderlands is a monthly event of stories, songs and reflections curated by a collective of people convened by Jonny Clark of Corrymeela. It is an evening that seeks to create what we call a “brave space for sacred stories”.

The Community Relations Council supports Corrymeela through its Core Funding Scheme.

On 14 April 2023, Borderlands takes place in the Errigle Inn for an evening packed with stories, music and a short film. The event will reflecting on the Good Friday Agreement: both what happened and what has yet to come as we look forward to the next 25 years.

At Borderlands they consider what art as well as stories of advocacy and activism can say concerning the pressing public issues of our time. They consider such issues as war, the cost of living, sectarianism and homelessness, as well as more universal themes such as solidarity, belonging, sacred space, and remembering. In the last year its audience has grown every month.

One of the core values is a desire for reconciliation in our society.

Borderlands is part of a series of events Corrymeela is hosting to mark the anniversary of the Agreement.

Event Details

25 Years; A Generation On

Friday 14 April 2023 at 8 PM

Errigle Inn, Ormeau Road.

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