Vanscapes is an event which will take a journey through the songs of Van Morrison.

Van Morrison’s songs have preserved a powerful sense of post-war Belfast, particularly in the east of the city. He reminds us of the foghorns and the herring seller, the Sunday six bells and the banter of the window cleaners. He finds significance in the Beechy River and the terraced houses of Hyndford Street. There is magic in Cyprus Avenue and Orangefield and beyond. In this unauthorized guide, music journalist and broadcaster Stuart Bailie revisits the songs and the places that will sing out, forever.

When: Tuesday 15th August, 8pm

Where: EastSide Visitor Centre

Tickets are priced £6- click here to book