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
The earlies building ( east front ) was designed in 1854 by the Board engineer George Smith ...
The beautifully restored Ulster Hall boasts an unrivalled popular and classical music heritage.
Giant's Causeway day tour from Belfast, which includes a stunning five mile cliff path walk.
Built in 1897 by the Naughton brothers of Randalstown.
Ireland's Leading Art Gallery connected to our Art Supplies store for a real art experience.
Windrush Cuisine runs Windrush Island Cafe, Belfast's only Caribbean Cafe and Caribbean cook school.
A hip and extremely funky style bar in the heart of the city.
Having already sold out two nights at Brixton Academy, and one at Alexandra Palace in 2014, as ...
Back together again, Simply Red mark their 30th anniversary with a world tour, the UK leg ...
The Fine and Dandy Market showcases the work of independent artists,designers, illustrators and ...
Take a bus journey through the heart of this rock and roll city.
Over 700 people regularly fill The Ulster Hall on a Wednesday lunchtime during the Ulster ...
'Alternate State' is a solo exhibition by Brian Kielt whose works explore methods of depicting ...
On Belfast Bred you'll discover the city's fascinating culinary history in the company of ...
As Lower Than Atlantis wound down the campaign for their third album, Changing Tune, the band ...
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