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
Since opening its doors on 23 December 1895, the Grand Opera House has delivered great entertainment
Housed in the restored 19th century stables of College Green House.
Tranquillity and relaxation are essential to your well being. Visit us at The Secret Day Spa.
The Mill was originally built around 1842, and was one of the first linen mills on the Lower Falls.
The Public Record Office (PRONI) is the official place of deposit for public and private records.
Queen's University, Belfast is ideally situated in the south side of the city close to numerous ...
Showing the biggest blockbusters plus some great indie films.
In its third edition, the biennial festival will be delivering an ambitious programme of ...
Four years since the band's last record-breaking tour Progress Live, Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and ...
Brought up on North Uist in Scotland's Outer Hebrides, Fowlis has been a proud standard bearer ...
Neil Diamond, iconic Grammy Award®-winning Rock and Pop Singer/Songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall ...
A night of laughter about our everyday lives here in Northern Ireland from the ever popular ...
Soundworld of Venice comes to Belfast. A rare chance to hear Venetian music played on original ...
An original play by Chris Darcy.
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