Since opening in 1860, the Ulster Hall has played host to a diverse range of visitors and performers, including Charles Dickens, the Dalai Lama and the Rolling Stones, and continues to welcome a variety of acts these days. The programme features classical and popular music, stand-up comedy and beer festivals.
Several city centre car parks are located within a five minute walk of the Ulster Hall, as is the Europa Bus Centre and Great Victoria Street Station for those travelling by bus or train.
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The much loved Yazoo chanteuse with the big smokey voice tours her latest album the minutes.
Current stomping ground for Creed guitarist Mark Tremonti and bass player Brian Marshall, named after a bridge near where Tremonti grew up in Detroit. Lead singer Myles Kennedy also moonlights fronting Slash's band.
Andy Irvine & Paul Brady
The Irish folk duo celebrate the 40th anniversary of their 1976 album.
An Audience with Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe
An audience with the Strictly Come Dancing duo.
BBC Radio Ulster School Choir Of The Year 2017
Six school choirs from across Northern Ireland compete in front of judges to win the title, hosted by John Toal and Kerry McLean.
Northern Ireland Opera presents Puccini's romantic weepie.
Florida-based fraternal trio playing melodic and acoustic rock.
The American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Illinois presents his Grammy Award-winning brand of folk and country.
Kevin Bloody Wilson
Australia's cult comedy king performs his too-crude-for-TV songs.
The acclaimed vocalist performs folk and sophisticated pop alongside her world famous band of musicians: Bill Shanley (guitar), Pat Crowley (piano and accordion), Nick Scott (double bass) and Richie Buckley (saxophone).
Omid Djalili: Schmuck for a Night
The British-Iranian comedian and star of stage and screen brings his new show to an adoring public.
The impish New York troubadour known for a) being incredibly prolific and b) the occasional public meltdown on the internet, returns with some new material. His output to date has spanned straight country, alt.rock, Taylor Swift and even punk.
Studio Symphony Orchestra: 70th Anniversary Concert
David Openshaw conducts works by Wagner, Schumann and Mahler featuring leader Ottoline Maas and soloist Michael McHale.
Sat 25 Mar
£15 (£12) / 028 9032 3900
Sullivan Upper School Spring Concert
Students perform a varied programme of works including classical, traditional, jazz and popular music. The concert will also feature Radio Ulster School Choir Of The Year runners-up, The Sullivan Singers.
Lead singer of Keane off out in solo guise.
Tue 28 Mar
Fri 31 Mar
Ulster Orchestra: Goldfinger
Stephen Bell leads the orchestra in a performance of James Bond classic hits from across the decades including Live And Let Die, Diamonds Are Forever and Skyfall.
Ulster Orchestra: La Boheme
Partnered with Northern Ireland Opera and the Belfast Philharmonic Choir, the orchestra present Puccini's Parisian love story featuring a young poet and a seamstress, and their whirlwind romance.