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Sundays on the Maritime Mile

Various locations on the Maritime Mile, Belfast, County Antrim, BT3 9QQ
The exterior of the Titanic Hotel in Belfast, white  gables and red brick buildings behind.

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Join Northern Ireland Opera each Sunday afternoon on the Maritime Mile in Belfast for free performances in some of Belfast's historic and novel locations as part of Titanic Quarter's 'Sundays on the Maritime Mile' programme.

We'll be performing at a different location along the Maritime Mile each Sunday afternoon, including SS Nomadic, the SoundYard, RiverBox and Titanic Hotel's Drawing Room 1.

Come and watch pop-up concerts with opera singers from our development programmes and our past productions. There's some seating available at all locations - stay for an aria or stay for the hour! There are other musicians performing through Sunday afternoons too, including folk, jazz and bluegrass.

Find out what's on each week by visiting our website via the link on this page. All events are free!

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Season (29 May 2022 - 3 July 2022)
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Sunday13:00 - 17:00

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