SSE Arena is Northern Ireland's premier entertainment venue. Many of the world's best acts and entertainers perform live here. Also, the venue hosts concerts by international artists, exhibitions, a wide range of sporting events and is home to the Belfast Giants ice hockey team. This arena comprises of four components: The Arena, Odyssey Pavillion, W5 and a 1500 space car park. Other facilities include a cinema as well as restaurants and bars for you to explore.
The Belfast Waterfront Hall is one of the world’s leading destinations for national and international performers, with 2 bars offering a full range of drinks, restaurant and more than 800 car parking spaces.
Today’s top rock bands and popular music stars continue to make the Ulster Hall their venue of choice with a full programme of ‘A list’ concerts taking place throughout the year. Latest and greatest stand-up comedians, as well as orchestral, choral and operatic concerts, are also hosted. Cafe Grand Dame, located in the Ulster Hall foyer, serves refreshments and snacks throughout the day.
The theatre is in Belfast’s bustling city centre and boasts the majestic Victorian main auditorium designed by renowned architect Frank Matcham, the intimate Baby Grand studio, a 100-seat theatre space, and three bars.
A favoured venue by both international companies and local producers, the Grand Opera House has been part of Belfast’s vibrant theatre scene for over 100 years, providing quality entertainment, unforgettable experiences and vital outreach programs that allow the Theatre to engage with the local community and ignite a love of theatre in young and old alike.
The Lyric Theatre has two performance spaces. With its continually full programme, there’s always a production worth seeing no matter when you visit. The theatre has breath-taking views of the River Lagan and its gourmet café makes the venue well worth a visit on its own merits.
Described by the Daily Telegraph’s architecture critic Ellis Woodman as one of the 'best British buildings built this century', the stunning £18 million building has won a series of awards for its architecture over the years.
The world-class venue in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter is home to all kinds of exhibitions, theatre performances, experimental works and endless goings-on. The MAC offers something for all ages and interests. That is why they are jam-packed with diverse and extraordinary things to see and do.
The MAC is a cultural hub and a vital shared space in Belfast. Open 363 days per year, the MAC offers an eclectic programme of visual art, theatre, dance, family workshops and lots more.
The MAC is an award-winning facility that has two theatres (a 250 seater and a 120 seater), three art galleries, one rehearsal space, one dance studio, three education and workshop rooms, four offices for resident art groups, one restaurant and bar (NATIVE by Yellow Door), one artist-in-residence studio and one permanent artwork.