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The Ulster Hall is among Belfast's premier venues, catering for concerts ranging from the ...
The Ulster Hall is among Belfast's premier venues, catering for concerts ranging from the Manic Street Preachers to organ recitals, rock gigs to Rimsky-Korsakov. Political rallies and debates are also held here. Most importantly of all, It now provides a home for the Ulster Orchestra and their programme of world class concerts.
Look out for the organ pipes of one of the most valuable organs in the world that dominate the back of the hall, as well as the acclaimed historical paintings of Belfast that line the walls.
This multi-purpose Concert/Conference Hall with a seating capacity of 1,000 (1,650 standing) has been a much-loved venue in Belfast for over 140 years. Suitable for many events from religious services to pop and rock concerts in the heart of Belfast. The dignified interior is dominated by a mighty organ.
You can book tickets for any Ulster Hall event by Telephoning +44 (0) 28 9033 4455. The booking line is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday. You can also book tickets online, via email on email@example.com or drop into the booking office and book in person.
Over the last 150 years the Ulster Hall has played host to many of the world’s most celebrated personalities, including Charles Dickens, Caruso, the Rolling Stones and the Dalai Lama. The building itself is a beautiful example of Victorian architecture at its finest, and the perfect home for the world-famous, Mulholland Grand Organ.
Why not find out a little more about the life and times of this iconic Belfast building on one of our fantastic, free guided tours. Make a day of it with tea, coffee and scones for your group at just £3.50 per person.
Contact Jan Carson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 028 90 334 475 for more information or to make a booking.
Ulster Hall tours are free and available for groups of between 10 and 30 individuals. Tour times are flexible and all tours can be adapted to meet the needs and interests of your group.