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
Fred J. was established in 1926.
Often considered Shakespeare's greatest tragedy, National Theatre Live's production of 'Hamlet' ...
Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich is an arts and cultural centre with a strong focus on Irish language ...
This trail explores the life and work of east Belfast's shipyard men and their families.
The beautiful Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park comprises rolling meadows and woodland.
Welcome to Belfast Bike Tours.Our mission is to help you see the beauty of Belfast the most ...
This venue offers a continuous exhibition programme of contemporary Irish artists.
Craft Northern Ireland is the regional champion for the development of the design-led ...
Take a bus journey through the heart of this rock and roll city.
The electro pop trio have already scored a massive No.
Cultures of resistance have played an important role in shaping modern Ireland and Britain.
The Ulster Museum is displaying portraits of Seamus Heaney on display until February 2016.
Ray McVay directs the UK's greatest big band in a nostalgic concert of fabulous Forties music ...
What a feeling! - a high energy musical journey through the 1980s that will transport you back ...
International Tribute Singer Natalie Knight brings her tribute to the most influential female ...
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