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Lagan Valley Island Conference Centre
4 star Arts Venue

1. Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn


Lagan Valley Island is a theatre and conference venue situated in Lisburn City Centre. The theatre has a capacity for 402, and there are various conference rooms available from 1 to 402 people.
McCollams

2. McCollams, Cushendall


This is a friendly, must visit, family pub/restaurant where tourists and locals gather in search of authentic Irish traditional music and singing! This is a 5th generation family business with character rooms, conservation order on bar and facade!
The Nerve Centre

3. The Nerve Centre, Londonderry/Derry


The Nerve Centre is Northern Ireland’s leading creative media arts centre, boasting a wide-ranging programme of arts events, cutting edge projects, creative learning centres, training opportunities and state-of-the-art production facilities.
Crosskeys Inn

4. Crosskeys Inn, Toomebridge, Antrim


The Crosskeys Inn C.1654 is the oldest thatched pub in Ireland. The Crosskeys Inn is also one of Ireland's most famous Irish Traditional Music Pubs. With traditional music held most Saturday nights Impromptu sessions on some Friday and Sundays.
Robinsons Bar exterior

5. Robinsons Bar, Belfast


Relax and enjoy a drink in the Saloon bar before tapping your feet in Fibber Magees - enjoy free folk and traditional music 7 nights a week. Enjoy a meal in the Bistro, Karaoke in the spotlight in BT1 or party in Roxy nightclub.
Sunflower Public House, Belfast

6. Sunflower Public House, Belfast


Sunflower is a simple corner pub, it is free of gimmicks or themes, and it is one of the few remaining. It is instantly recognisable by the security cage on its front door, a relic from 1980s Belfast. Music is very much part of the pub's life.
Citigolf Belfast customers relaxing

7. CitiGolf Belfast, Belfast


The ground breaking golf simulators at Citigolf, designed in conjunction with leading European tour professionals, provide a unique facility for socialising, corporate entertainment, Stag & Hens parties, practice, competitive golf, teaching and fun.
Pavilion Bar, Belfast

8. Pavilion Bar, Ormeau, Belfast


Established in 1899, The Pavilion or "The Big House" draws its clientele from all over the city and beyond, and is a must for all who wish to experience a traditional Belfast pub with three floors, three bars, in one Big House with five-star food.
Kiwi's Brew Bar

9. Kiwi's Brew Bar, Portrush


Something is most definitely brewing in Portrush. Beer is making a quiet and classy comeback.
Mary McBrides Bar

10. Mary McBrides Bar, Cushendun


Mary's is a traditional Irish pub with lots of history and stories to be told. Come along and enjoy a homemade meal and a pint of Guinness. Our menu offers something for everyone whether it's our steak and Guinness pie or our delicious cock and bull.
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