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Only full-time producing theatre in Northern Ireland.
Welcome to Odyssey Cinemas. A new outlook on how the cinema experience should be enjoyed.
A unique 200 seated Theatre situated 10 mins from the city on the outskirts of Belvoir Forest.
Showing the biggest blockbusters plus some great indie films.
The Alley Arts and Conference Centre is an award-winning theatre complex and art gallery.
The beautifully restored Ulster Hall boasts an unrivalled popular and classical music heritage.
Duncairn Centre for Culture & Arts, Belfast's most beautiful and coolest arts and cultural venue.
Belfast Waterfront is an award-winning, purpose-built conference, arts and entertainment centre.
The theatre programmes a range of quality of arts and entertainment.
Set on the busy Ulster University campus in Coleraine.
Built just inside the walled area on Newmarket Street is the Millennium Forum, opened in 2001.
As the only full-time producing theatre in Northern Ireland, the Lyric offers high quality professional entertainment throughout the year.
Odyssey Cinemas Belfast boasts the best technology, the biggest screens and the best location in Belfast. Find us at Northern Ireland's premier entertainment address, The Odyssey Pavilion.
The Theatre is operated on a “not for profit” basis and is mainly operated by volunteers who excel in making all our audiences feel welcome and at home. You will find something for everyone throughout the year and with ticket prices kept to a minimum
Movie House Cinemas has five great locations at Dublin Road, City Side, Glengormley, Maghera and Coleraine. Movie House offers the best movies in screens featuring comfy seats, great digital and picture quality plus great prices and special offers.
The Alley Arts and Conference Centre is an award-winning theatre complex, art gallery, tourist information centre and conference venue, situated in the heart of beautiful Strabane, County Tyrone and located on the gateway to County Donegal.
Built in 1862, the Ulster Hall has been entertaining the citizens of Belfast for more than 150 years. Fondly known as Belfast's 'home of music' the venue was completely restored in 2009.
Located on the Antrim Road, The Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts is North Belfast’s first purpose built Arts and Culture shared space venue.
Belfast Waterfront is an award-winning, purpose-built conference, arts and entertainment centre offering a variety of facilities. The venue offers a varied events programme, ranging from classical music, opera and ballet to comedy and rock music.
Housed within a beautifully converted old factory, the theatre programmes a range of quality arts and entertainment throughout the year such as drama, dance, comedy, live music and children's theatre.
Fancy something a little bit special? Try this premier arts and cultural venue offering arts, drama, music, theatre and dance. As well as staging high quality performances, the venue programmes that you can take part in.
Set on the busy Ulster University campus in Coleraine, the theatre serves the wide reaching Causeway Coast & Glens. This geographically stunning location includes UNESCO World Heritage site, the Giant’s Causeway,
Built just inside the walled area on Newmarket Street is the Millennium Forum, opened in 2001. The first purpose built theatre in the city it has seating for 1000 and has the largest theatre stage in Ireland.
Enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch in some of the finest restaurants, take a cookery lesson with top Northern Irish chefs or visit historic castles and ornate gardens. Whatever you choose to do, Sundays in Belfast are sure to be unforgettable.
From the smell of salty sea air and the taste of freshly caught seafood to the sounds of a traditional sailor’s shanty, your senses are in for a treat at the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival.
An amazing cast of performers from Northern Ireland light up the screens of movie blockbusters and top TV shows across the world. Our stars come from all arts and parts the country, but they have two things in common – great talent and a great
What do you get when you mix a folk troubadour, a bestselling chick-lit phenomenon, as-seen-on-TV comedy stars and a dog-friendly cinema screening? Add in some improv all-stars, and you’ve got a top-notch 20th anniversary line-up for the Cathedral
Don’t let the weather dampen your spirits or your plans for a day out. There’s plenty of indoor attractions to keep everyone happy on those rainy Northern Ireland days. Weather proof your plans with these top rain beaters.
An expansive urban waterfront with Titanic Belfast as its centrepiece, you can’t truly experience Belfast without taking some time exploring the Titanic Quarter. Here are the highlights:
48 hours with the Clayton Hotel, Belfast.
If you're after a weekend in Mid-Ulster with the family we've got ideas on things to do, where to eat and where to stay.
Looking for inspiration for what to do this Valentine's Day in Northern Ireland? Look no further! This handy guide summarises some of the best offers, experiences and opportunities to avail of.
From the Sperrin Mountains to Gortin Glen, County Tyrone’s great natural spaces make it a superb outdoor playground for young and old alike. It’s the ideal place for a family break with fun-filled activities abound. So pack up the kids, hit the road
With an eclectic and ever-evolving array of artists, music fans are spoilt for choice when it comes to Northern Ireland's live music scene. Whether you're sitting back to some blues, rocking out in a bar or singing along with the crowd, you're sure
County Down‘s rolling hills, majestic mountains and island-dotted loughs were practically invented for relaxing weekends.