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
Gallery specialising in fine Irish paintings: artists include Cecil Maguire and Frank McKelvey.
Catalyst Arts is a multi-purpose volunteer run arts centre.
Interesting and varied exhibitions showcasing the best Northern Irish artists and sculptors.
Yer Granny is a riotous new comedy about a diabolical 100-year-old granny who's literally eating ...
Only full-time producing theatre in Northern Ireland.
Belfast is home to the world famous Harland and Wolff Shipyard which has been involved in the ...
Malone House, located in Barnett Demesne in south Belfast, is an late Georgian mansion which ...
Francis and Loretta are community care visitors.
Umberto Giordano's Andrea Chénier (1896) presents a fictionalized account of the last years of ...
Féile an Earraigh, Belfast's Spring Festival returns from 10-17 March and features the very best ...
The Vamps are already set to take 2015 by storm, with their first arena tour kicking off in ...
Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise: The Irish Guild of the Church was founded in 1914 to promote the ...
Swan Lake, surely the greatest of all Romantic ballets, is the captivating story of a beautiful ...
MAC Hatch artist, Eileen McClory (OfftheRails Dance) presents an emotive and highly physical ...
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