Preview: A little Bit Of History Comes Home

A little Bit Of History Comes Home An invited audience had a most interesting morning last week. Members of the production of Titanic The Musical were guests at an event at the Titanic building in Belfast. The Grand Opera House were our hosts and certainly, in a most specular venue, the message was loud and […]

10 reasons to discover The Lost City Adventure Golf at Cityside

10 reasons to discover The Lost City Adventure Golf at Cityside The Lost City Adventure Golf at Cityside is a new concept for golf in Northern Ireland. We popped along to check it out and had the best craic! It’s definitely fun for all the family from a day out with the kids to an […]

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10 great things to know when staying at the Europa

We recently stayed in the beautiful 4 star Europa Hotel in Belfast and discovered a modern hotel with a fantastic team looking after an iconic building right in the city centre. Invited along by the Hastings group to check out their pride and joy and to rediscover the Europa, a hotel I haven’t stayed in for a […]

10 reasons to visit the Holiday World Show

10 REASONS TO VISIT THE BELFAST TELEGRAPH HOLIDAY WORLD SHOW Make ‘I will Travel more’ your New Year’s Resolution and plan ahead to make it happen.  Use weekends and public holidays to eke out your leave from work … start a savings kitty … and check out what’s on offer at Holiday World: an early […]

Go vegan with @TribalBurger for veganuary?

New Year. New You and all that…. Are you planning on going vegan in the new year for veganuary? Yes vegenuary is a thing 😁 Tribal Burger, Botanic Avenue, Belfast have just what you are looking for to show you how amazing vegan choices can be. Yes they are a fantastic burger joint in Botanic […]

10 things to do in Northern Ireland (25-31 Dec)

DiscoverNorthernIreland.com has stacks of fun things to do across NI, from family days out to gigs and cultural events. Here are 10 exciting things taking place this week (25-31 December) 1.       Winter Skate 2017/2018, Belfast, 29 December 2017– 6 January 2018. This Christmas you can skate at the home of The Stena Line Belfast Giants. […]

The Focal Festival is back again to showcase home-grown talent

The Focal Festival is back again to showcase home-grown talent Belfast’s Crescent Gardens Set To Welcome Back The Best In Local Entertainment, Food & Drink this weekend. This weekend at the 2nd Focal Festival you can once again sample some of your favourite NI produce and some brand new food and drink. Well known music acts […]

Belfast at Christmas : A City of Santas

Belfast at Christmas: A City of Santas Santa at St George’s Market Upstairs in the Restaurant, enjoy a Santa Brunch where families & groups can visit santa, receive a gift & photo and sit in comfort with a delicious brunch provided. Downstairs in the foyer you can visit a beautifully lit Santa’s Grotto where children can visit Santa receive […]

Review: Hansel & Gretel at The Mac

Hansel & Gretel, the classic fairytale about a brother and sister comes to The Mac. This isn’t your typical Hansel & Gretel story though. In fact the only connection is the examination of family life, the hint of greed from the parents and the witch who eats little children. This local musical production and original […]

Review: Peter Pan at The Grand Opera House

Peter Pan has flown into The Grand Opera house for a record breaking panto season and as with every panto he brings with him a wealth of theatre magic in this dazzling production. As always the star of the show isn’t the show itself, but the one and only May McFettridge as May Smee. We […]

6 1/2 things we loved about The Doyen and Morso

The former King’s Head pub opposite the King’s Hall on the Lisburn Road reopened as The Doyen recently with a much-needed makeover. The new food and entertainment venue boasts a traditional pub, cafe bar and spacious beer garden, along with a brand new Italian-themed restaurant, Morso. We’ve been to enjoy a few drinks in the beautiful bar and a […]

The Big Market at St George’s Market

Over 700 students from across Northern Ireland are set to showcase their start-up businesses at the Young Enterprise Big Market in St George’s Market, Belfast. Pupils from 60 schools on the Young Enterprise Big Market programme have developed their products from conception to production in just three months. The programme takes each student on a […]

Review: What The Reindeer Saw

A brand new Santa has taken over the family business. The new successor to the Santa throne is inaugurated in front of the biggest crowd of elves ever, that would be us, the Lyric Theatre audience. We are hard working elves, we hand make gifts for the increasing population of children around the world, and […]

Top 3 things to do during Titanic Belfast Movie Month

Unbelievably it’s been 20 years since the Titanic movie was released. The movie probably changed the course of history for Belfast because of the huge surge of interest in the Titanic. Now 20 years later with an award winning Titanic Experience on the slipways where the ocean liner was built, Belfast is at the forefront […]

Peter Pan panto ticket sales are flying high this year!

There are so many Christmas shows happening in Belfast this year it’s hard to keep up! I think I need a separate Christmas show listing to highlight them all. The grandest one of all is always in the Grand Opera House. You can’t beat the magic of a panto staged in a beautiful traditional theatre […]

‪10 exciting things taking place in NI (20-26 November)‬

DiscoverNorthernIreland.com has stacks of fun things to do across NI, from family days out to gigs and cultural events. Here are 10 exciting things taking place this week (20-26 November) 1.       Armagh Georgian Festival, Co. Armagh, 23-26 November. Armagh’s much loved Georgian Festival returns to mark the beginning of the festive season. The festival includes […]