- Telephone 028 9032 3900
- Website www.ulsterhall.co.uk
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.
There are 20 events at this location
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All Time Low
Punk pop quartet from Maryland.
Sun 19 Mar
Times to be confirmed / Tickets on sale Thursday 20th October, 6pm / 028 9032 3900
Andy Irvine & Paul Brady
The Irish folk duo celebrate their 40th anniversary.
An Audience with Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe
An audience with the Strictly Come Dancing duo.
Belfast Royal Academy Spring Concert
A performance by over 200 talented pupils featuring a wide range of classics and favourites.
Northern Ireland Opera presents Puccini's romantic weepie.
From the Jam
Now featuring only one member From the Jam. Bruce Foxton is joined by Russell Hastings and drummer Steve 'Smiley' Barnard.
The American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Illinois presents his Grammy Award-winning brand of folk and country.
Danish indie quartet behind the huge hit '7 Years'.
Neil Delamere: Learning To Handstand
Observational humour and storytelling by the stand-up from County Offaly.
Omid Djalili: Schmuck for a Night
The British-Iranian comedian and star of stage and screen brings his new show to an adoring public.
Rumours of Fleetwood Mac
The Mick Fleetwood-approved tribute act who cover the gamut of Mac material from the Peter Green era to the Buckingham/Nicks days.
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 and even punk and his latest self-titled offering is his fourteenth studio album.
The Saw Doctors
Celtrock knees-up with one of Ireland's most successful bands.
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
Lead singer of Keane off out in solo guise.
This singer, who was born in Aclare, Sligo, performs his own choice of pop and folk music.
Tommy Tiernan: Alive
The edgy Irish stand-up proffers whimsical and occasionally dark thoughts and observations. Familiar face from the telly – and familiar voice from the radio – throughout his career, Tiernan has appeared on The Tommy and Hector Show (alongside Hector Ó hEochagáin). Eagle-eyed among you will remember him as Father Kevin…
Ulster Orchestra 2016/7 Season: Elgar’s Enigma Variations
Jac van Steen conducts Walton's Suite from Henry V, Holst's Egdon Heath, Vaughan Williams's Oboe Concerto and Elgar's majestic work featuring pianist Ramon Ortega Quero.
Fri 3 Mar
£10–£28 / 028 9032 3900
Ulster Orchestra 2016/7 Season: JTI Lunchtime Concert: Irish Rhapsody
Frank Zielhorst conducts Stanford's Irish Rhapsody No 5, H Andriessen's Ricercare and Sibelius's En Saga.
Tue 28 Feb
£7.50 / 028 9032 3900
Ulster Orchestra 2016/7 Season: The Great Symphonies: Beethoven’s Pastoral
Rafael Payare conducts Beethoven's Symphony No 6 Pastoral and Brahms's Violin Concerto, with violinist Alina Ibragimova.
Fri 24 Feb
£10–£28 / 028 9032 3900