After Dark in Belfast City and Greater Belfast
Belfast comes alive after dark with an array of elusive entertainment venues and activities. There’s racing at Drumbo Park, comedy at the Empire Belfast, traditional Irish whiskey in the Crown Liquor Saloon, contemporary theatre at the Lyric and After hours at Titanic Belfast on the first Friday of each month. The craic is ninety!
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Places To Visit
Belfast Waterfront is an award-winning, purpose-built conference, arts and entertainment centre offering a variety of facilities.
'Winner' Marketing & Sales Excellence, NITA Awards 2013. The MAC is Belfast’s brand new arts venue selecting, creating and mixing up music, theatre, dance and art – bringing you the very best of local and international talent under one roof.
Built in 1862, the Ulster Hall has been entertaining the citizens of Belfast for almost 150 years. This grand institution has recently been transformed by a complete refit and redecoration.
As the only full-time producing theatre in Northern Ireland, the Lyric makes a unique and vital contribution to the community.
Harp Lager Belfast Giants - Northern Ireland's only full time professional sports team representing the Province both nationally in the British Superleague and internationally in tournaments both here and abroad.
Enjoy a great day out at Dundonald International Ice Bowl. Whether you are looking for a family day out, an evening out with friends or a day out for a school or youth organisation, there is a range of fun packed activities for everyone.
Standing high on the wooded slopes of the Holywood hills, overlooking Belfast Lough and the Co. Antrim coastline, is the magnificent Culloden Estate and Spa, one of the most prestigious 5 star hotels in Northern Ireland.
The licensed restaurant of this award-winning Victorian country house is open for dinner to non-residents. The proprietors extend a very personal, warm Irish welcome to diners.
A converted church in the heart of Belfast, boasting the city's most diverse offering of entertainment. Regular gigs include the Comedy Club, Blues Club and Supper Club.
Victory for the Ulster team in the European Cup has led to a tremendous revival of popular support for rugby at every level. Try to watch a Celtic League or Heineken Cup match at the home of Ulster Rugby at Ravenhill.
Northern Ireland’s biggest and brightest new shopping centre. Inside Victoria Square, there are two floor levels, with ninety eight shops, Odeon Cinema and a dozen eateries. With Northern Ireland’s first House of Fraser store and Hollister.
If you’ve never experienced greyhound racing before then it’s time you came up to speed. Drumbo Park offers three action packed race nights every week and every one’s a winner.
A home for live music, theatre, literature, comedy, film, visual art, live art, circus, cabaret and all points in between.
As the Ulster Orchestra approaches its 50th anniversary in 2016, it continues with its mission to enrich life in Northern Ireland and beyond through music.
Explore the shadows and alleyways of haunted Belfast. Discover the city's lesser known darker past. Learn of our Jack the Ripper connection, the hangings of Cornmarket, the tale of the body snatchers plus much more… Dare you walk the walk!
The Oh Yeah Music Centre is a converted warehouse in the heart of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter. In a short space of time it has become a focus for music making and music enterprise in Northern Ireland.This three storey ...
Theatre at The Mill is set in the Civic Square of the imaginatively restored Mossley Mill, Newtownabbey Borough Council’s Civic Headquarters.
From to Maddens, to McHughs, from Kitchen Bar to Kellys Cellar and a lot more, Belfast hosts some fantastic traditional pubs with some excellent Irish Music.
TITANIC Belfast in association with U105 is lighting up Friday nights in the city with an enhanced gallery experience, tapas dining offering and evening bar complete with live entertainment.