From the beginning of the year, Headliners has been working with a group of young people in an interface area of north Belfast, in association with Youth Action and Holy Family youth club.

The young people walk these streets and parks every day of their lives, but with a camera or smart phone in hand, they were looking at them in a new way. Questioning their home place and their relationship to it. 

Becky is from Rathcoole, one of the biggest housing estates in Europe. This is her story... 

 I went here when I was younger. I stopped as I had no mates there any more

The same youth club but at night (I thought the lights looked cool)

This is funny

‘The Multis’ in Rathcoole: They are getting knocked down

Not everyone agrees The Multis should go though 

 Going a dander around the New Lodge

Security cameras in No Man's Land on the Limestone Road 

I grew up at this church and have so many memories there. I learnt how to ride a bike there 

 This project is kindly funded by the Department of Justice