Modern, dynamic and packed with world-class attractions, Belfast sets the pace with cool hangouts and great sights
Salute the city's musical heritage with a tour of fresh new venues and iconic locations
A vibrant contemporary bistro offering quality produce in a relaxed setting with friendly service.
Ewings seafoods is a family run business, specialising in top quality fish and shellfish.
ArtsEkta is Northern Ireland’s leading multi-cultural arts organisation.
Showing the biggest blockbusters plus some great indie films.
Experience a power boat ride at the Titanic Quarter in Belfast.
A championship parkland course situated on a picturesque estate of circa 330 acres.
City centre boutique of artisan womenswear and jewellery designed and made by Tamsin Blackbourn.
The Dirty Onion is Belfast's oldest building, dating back to 1780.
The Stena Line Belfast Giants return to the ice for Season #15 to defend their Elite League ...
Global megastar Usher will take The UR Experience to 23 cities across the UK and Europe starting ...
All day every Saturday throughout March and AprilSpring is in the air at Learning SPACE! ...
Christian Lindberg - ConductorEmil Jonason - ClarinetProgramme; Nielsen - Saga ...
Group exhibition of Taiwanese art curated by Lee, Chin-Ming.
Enjoy a visit to St George's Market over the St Patrick's weekend from Friday 13 to Sunday 15 ...
Join top tribute band Abbasolutely Abba and zany host Melvyn Starbright for an evening of ...
After the amazing success of their Belfast debuts in 2013 both acts have gone on to headline at ...
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