Look out for dragons on the streets of Belfast! Three young dragons have journeyed from their secret lair, deep below the Mourne Mountains to visit the sparkle of Belfast in search of some Christmas bling; watch out for Blueberry, Snap and Bugsy and don't let them see your diamonds!
Belfast Restaurant Week is a tasty celebration of local food and culinary events in fabulous restaurants across the city. Restaurants will be serving up a selection of special dishes and hosting foodie events throughout the week, and there will also be celebratory events in unique locations! Full details will be announced in August/September.
Celebrate Arthur Guinness on the 26th September. Events will be held in Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Limerick with a mixture of ticketed and free events in local bars. Details to be released closer to the date.
Belfast Chamber of Trade & Commerce invites you to attend the next Belfast Business Forum. The purpose of the forum is to provide you with the opportunity to raise issues that concern you and find out more about the factors that affect your business or the area in which your business is based.
In the heart of old Belfast, home to the cityâ€™s oldest buildings, a Festival about Arts, Music, Exhibitions opened to all! Come to one of the oldest areas of Belfast and view one of the many events that are on as part of the festival.
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This June, Belfast welcomes the 2013 Global India Business Meeting. The event, which Horasis is organising and we are co-hosting with Invest NI, will attract over 300 Indian business leaders, as well as leading local businesses and government representatives and is running as part of the cityâ€™s first India Week.
The West End`s favourite musical comedy, Hairspray, is coming to the Grand Opera House Belfast. Hairspray is the musical with everything - the ultimate feel-good show which has played to sold out houses in London, on Broadway and theatres around the globe.
Get ready for the musical event of the season as Cole Porter`s timeless classic, High Society, comes to the Grand Opera House Belfast, in a dazzling new production from the acclaimed producers of The King and I.
The festival will celebrate the cityâ€™s unique maritime heritage alongside Titanic activities that will include tours, talks, exhibitions and drama, as well as family friendly entertainment and music throughout the three days.
This year, we welcome the first ever St Patrickâ€™s Festival to Belfast from Friday 15 to Monday 18 March 2013.
Belfast City Hall will be the focal point of the festival weekend with talks and exhibitions, music workshops, dance, traditional craft demonstrations, childrenâ€™s arts and crafts, and storytelling
Giuseppe Verdi said: â€œYou may have the universe if I may have Italy.â€ In this photographic exhibition Emerson captures the grandeur and history of Italy and juxtaposes it with the very different flavour of rural Ireland.
The International Festival brings world class chamber music and outstanding international and local musicians to Belfast. This yearâ€™s mix includes renowned artists from America, Poland, Russia and England
Belfast Chamber of Trade & Commerce invites you to attend The Belfast Business Forum. The purpose of the meeting is to provide you with a forum in which issues that concern you, affect your business or the area in which your business is based, can be raised.
Childrenâ€™s entertainer Randall Stephen Hall acts out the story of the Cave Hill Diamond â€“ a rare jewel found in the Cave Hill area of Belfast and recently donated to the Linen Hall Library where it is on permanent display in the coffee shop.
The team at Dawsons Belfast have certainly made the most of the space on the storeâ€™s upper foor. Alongside the musical performances, it has also been host to exhibitions by local painters, sculptors, photographers and other artists.
400 years ago, Belfast was granted a Town Charter. This exhibition takes the viewer through the story of this great city, from prehistoric times through the heady industrial revolution, when Belfast was the centre of the worldâ€™s linen trade, to the modern day.
Named after a Michael Longley couplet, this exhibition spans 400 years and focuses on the men and women who have striven to live the writerâ€™s life in Belfast, and those born here who took their typewriters and pens abroad.