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
Introducing the Northern Ireland capital and Titanic town
Cool hangouts and great sights – what to see and do
The City Hall has often been described as the 'stone' Titanic.
A celebration of the songs and genre of the smash hit musical.
Ireland's Leading Art Gallery connected to our Art Supplies store for a real art experience.
Throughout Tall Ships Belfast 2-5 July, there will be lots of free street theatre and ...
Explore Belfast and its history with your own personal guided theatrical tour.
Built in 1856 at a cost of £4,500 in memory of Mr John Sinclair.
Set in fully landscaped surroundings players must plot their way round the challenges.
Darren Alboni is a London based singer/songwriter, who started in the tribute scene back in 1991 ...
The Belfast Titanic Half Marathon takes place at the location where the Titanic was built, The ...
On Belfast Bred you'll discover the city's fascinating culinary history in the company of ...
International Tribute Singer Natalie Knight brings her tribute of the most influential female ...
The world's most successful violinist will return to Belfast with his Johann Strauss Orchestra ...
$2114 pp land only, twin share, taxes included
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