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. 

Bradley is from the Newington area, which adjacent to the Limestone Road interface. This is his story... 

My name is… The Alexandra Park 'peace wall' 

Cartoon on the Wall (Cat in the Hat): I took this to show how people try to
make a military wall look pretty

Graffiti on the wall reflects divisions 

The New Lodge flats: A famous symbol of north Belfast 

The tower blocks of Rathcoole 

Justice for Noah: Noah Donohoe was a smart, talented young lad who
attended St Malachy’s college in Belfast. He went missing and was found in
a storm drain. The story of his disappearance and tragic demise remains a
fragmented mystery. The story needs to be told. For Belfast. For our
communities. For his mother, Fiona

Out for an evening stroll on the New Lodge Road 


 This project is kindly funded by the Department of Justice