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
Belfast is grabbing the limelight with new bands, famous musical talent and top celebrity fans
Salute the city's music history with a tour of fresh venues, iconic locations and rocking hangouts
The City Hall has often been described as the 'stone' Titanic.
The beautiful Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park comprises rolling meadows and woodland.
Ballymiscaw Cookery School is for people who want to learn how to cook.
Barnett Demesne combines tree and plant collections with woodland and wildflower meadows.
Let Cabaret Supper Club take you on an Irish journey like no other.
Exciting Titanic Belfast boat tours on Belfast Harbour - one of the best boat tours Belfast has ...
The George Best Trail highlights the places in east Belfast that influenced a young George Best.
Rat Pack Live includes a main course meal, table for the evening, Cabaret Butler & Show.
Take a bus journey through the heart of this rock and roll city.
Legendary Canadian singer-songwriter confirms his first Irish concert dates in over 30 ...
Before Mötley Crüe, before RATT, even before there was a Metallica, Y&T was slogging away in ...
Explore the sights, sounds and smells of the world at Mela, Northern Ireland's largest ...
One of the greatest musicals of all time returns to the stage in a magnificent new production to ...
This is a non- professional production. From the company that brought you Oliver! and Jesus ...
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