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
How a Belfast man brought his vision of the Titanic to the big screen
Close to the City yet at the same time in the heart of the country.
A prominent feature of the Belfast skyline is the Harland and Wolff cranes, Samson and Goliath.
Lárionad an Droichid is a modern, multi-award winning art and music venue.
A championship parkland course situated on a picturesque estate of circa 330 acres.
Since opening its doors on 23 December 1895, the Grand Opera House has delivered great entertainment
Queen's University, Belfast is ideally situated in the south side of the city close to numerous ...
Set in fully landscaped surroundings players must plot their way round the challenges.
Winner of the Belfast Telegraph audience award at the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queens, ...
Even by their sky-high standards Above & Beyond are currently flying, well above and beyond.
Take a bus journey through the heart of this rock and roll city.
Francis and Loretta are community care visitors.
The Belfast Titanic Half Marathon takes place at the location where the Titanic was built, The ...
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels the Musical is a caper about two fraudsters, who are both equally ...
Open to ANY young person aged 11-21, develop your singing, acting and dancing abilities.
The electro pop trio have already scored a massive No.
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