1960's The famous cranes are the centre of the shipbuilding company Harland and Wolff. Each has ...
Simply Crispy, the world's first crisp sandwich cafe, has opened in Belfast.
Maryland Country Sports offer both tackle and bait to anglers.
Dunsilly Bar and Grill serves an extensive grill menu, all day. Chefs daily specials available.
The DOCK market is an Art, Food & Craft Market.
The White House is a well-known and much loved destination located in the seaside town of Portrush.
“fairtrade inspires” only sells fairly traded products from the developing/majority world.
A walk taking in Slieve Croob (The Twelve Cairns), part of the Dromara hills.
Fresh from a West End run of 'The Trials of Oscar Wilde', European Arts Company returns with a ...
In this exhibition, the artist aims to create a physiological space through a series of ...
MAC Hatch artist, Eileen McClory (OfftheRails Dance) presents an emotive and highly physical ...
Reduced Shakespeare Company in The Complete History Of Comedy (abridged). They've skewered ...
A Cultural Diversity printmaking project exploring cultural symbols, in collaboration with Arts ...
The Fine and Dandy Market showcases the work of independent artists, designers, illustrators and ...
What was sometimes commonly called a "slide-show" is transformed by the audio-visual art.
Ritchie Remo in concert with special guests Joe Moore and Tony Kerr! Ritchie Remo is highly ...
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