For first-class passengers on Titanic, you were what you ate. As we find out, they ate like an elite
A seaside town on Ireland's south coast still remembers the day Titanic docked. Welcome to Cobh (Queenstown)
Titanic's Guarantee Group sailed with Titanic on the journey of a lifetime. The dream of these Belfast men ended in tragedy
He designed the Ship of Dreams and became a hero amid the nightmare: meet Thomas Andrews
Step into the world's biggest Titanic exhibition at the place where it all began
How a Belfast man strove for his vision to be brought to life on film
ISLAND Arts Centre, Lisburn is a warm, lively, cultural venue. For updates follow @ISLANDartsbiz
Fred fishes all over Ireland but knows Lough Erne best. See Fred's Website for more information.
This 3 day festival offers a selection of walks, which vary in length and grade. The theme of ...
Ballinderry Antiques is probably Northern Ireland’s biggest antique shop.
Operating in Northern Ireland since 1974.
Windsurfing, sailing, motor crusing and dinghies. Visitors welcome. Phone in advance - access ...
The friendship and career of Simon & Garfunkel is brought to life in this live performance and ...
This exhibition features a series of paintings by Jeffrey Morgan of his wife, the writer ...
One of the most highly acclaimed folk bluegrass bands in the UK today, Southern Tenant Folk ...
Head to Down Royal for their annual St Patrick's Day race meeting.Entrance Ticket ...
Drew will perform an intimate gig with guitarist Nathan Dugger.Drew Holcomb and The ...
If you’ve never experienced greyhound racing before then it’s time you came up to speed.
From the company that brought you last year's acclaimed production 'Arrivals', about the lives ...
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