7 things to do this week in Belfast (9-15 Jan)

Our top picks for things to do in the city this week 9-15th Jan 2017

Derek Ryan

Derek Ryan is country music’s latest sensation, having experienced a phenomenal rise to stardom in a little over 2 years.

Ulster Hall on 13 Jan.
On sale now from: www.ulsterhall.co.uk


The Out to Lunch Festival runs until
29th Jan. The biggest ever festival is jam packed with events for its 3 week run. The first festival in NI’s packed cultural calendar offers audiences a chance to embrace the new year and feast on an array of culinary and cultural delights. More at www.cqaf.com

Belfast Street Art walking tour

Starts from outside the Darl Horse, Commercial Court

12 noon, Jan 15th


Like Berlin and Bethlehem, also famous for their walls, Belfast has become a place where street art has flourished, were artists from around the world have come to paint.

Devised and led by the local artists who have driven the scene in the last few years this is an hour long, gently paced guide to the ever changing face of street art in the Cathedral Quarter.

For more information email info@seedheadarts.com

Train your brain 

Ever wondered how your brain works? And how to have your thoughts working more FOR than against you?

Head along to this informative and inspirational NEW YEAR SEMINAR as together attendees will understand how our brain works – its capacities and functions – and see how to apply this knowledge to adopt better habits and love the life we’re leading (in ALL those little and large ways we can lead a life!)

With clinical hypnotherapist Judith Ward and Life Coach Andrew Brown

Black Box – 9th Jan, 7.15pm

Tickets £15 at door 

Marvel Universe LIVE

Marvel’s LIVE arena event will treat you with more than 25 Super Heroes and Villains battling for the Universe, right before your eyes. 

Runs at SSE Arena 


Stella sings Ella

Irish jazz singer Stella Bass pays tribute to the life and times of Ella Fitzgerald on the twentieth anniversary of her passing, with a musical journey through her life and discography, accompanied by internationally-acclaimed Irish jazz guitarist, Hugh Buckley.

13 Jan 7:30 pm

£8 – £10

Cinderella at Grand Opera House 

Finally, it’s the last few days of Cinderella at the Grand Opera House. Starring Gareth Gates and the legend that is May McFettridge. Runs until Sun 14 Jan 

Limited tickets available at www.goh.co.uk/cinderella

Post Author: Belfast Times

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