Black Box

Black Box
18–22 Hill Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 4EF
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Ben Glover

This contemporary folk singer-songwriter who is based in Nashville, but was born in Ireland, performs his original material.

Fri 24 Mar


Blue Rose Code

Celtic ballads from Edinburgh born singer-songwriter Ross Wilson.

Mon 6 Feb


Celtic Soul: Van Morrison Tribute

Seven-piece covers band play the music of Van Morrison.

Dare Devil Rides to Jarama

Townsend Productions presents a new play by Neil Gore about Clem Beckett, his unlikely friendship with literary critic, writer and poet Christopher Caudwell and the International Brigades' fight against fascism.

Mon 13 Feb

Edwin Sammon Vs Cancer

Stand-up from the Offaly native.

Fri 3 Feb

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Eleanor McEvoy

The Dublin-born singer-songwriter, famous for the song Only A Woman's Heart, brings her contemporary pop to the stage.

Sun 26 Mar


Fairport Convention

Veteran folk group whose current line-up features founding member Simon Nicol with Gerry Conway, Chris Leslie, Dave Pegg and Ric Sanders.

Fri 27 Jan

Sat 28 Jan

Further Ted

Michael Redmond, Joe Rooney and Patrick McDonnell aka Father Stone, Father Damo and Eoin McLove perform their styles of deadpan, manic and cynical humour.

Tue 24 Jan

£10 (£8)

George Firehorse: The Complete History Of The Beatles…Sort Of.

Quirky visual wit as the Belfast stand-up attempts to give an entire history of the Fab Four via a comedy lecture.

Let There Be Light: Remembering The Pound Club - Volume II

A celebration of the music of Light, S'Kboo and The Jim Armstrong Band. Plus Rab McCullough and Melanie Wilson.

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Lords Of Strut: Late Night TV Talk Show

Satirical comedy and slapstick mayhem in the guise of a TV talk show, hosted by brothers Seamus and Sean.

Manukahunney Blue

The group covers a wide range of classic soul and R&B numbers.

Sat 4 Mar

Midweek Magic

An intimate, interactive and fun-filled night of magic, featuring established Belfast magicians like Caolan McBride alongside ambitious newcomers, moving the art of magic on from traditional top hats and velvet curtains and into the 21st century.

Wed 8 Feb

The Green Room


Wed 8 Mar

The Green Room


The Mulligan Brothers

American, bluegrass and folk outfit from Mobile, Alabama.

Wed 25 Jan

Njambi McGrath: One Last Dance With My Father

Stark and hard-hitting wit about unexpectedly meeting her violent, abusive father at her brother's wedding.

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The Notorious Mary Bourke

Satirical comedy from the joker who offers an Irish housewife's guide to life, love and hip hop.

Tue 7 Feb

Phased Collective

Hip hop, dub, Afrobeat, jazz, cosmic, funk and electronic courtesy of Jan Jaffer, Defcon, Kwame, Andy le Funk, Shamen Delly and Gretta Gunn.

Fri 27 Jan

The Green Room


Fri 3 Feb

The Green Room


Fri 10 Feb

The Green Room


…and 54 more dates until 23 Feb 2018

Ponydance: Idiom

Comedic dance-theatre from Galway's Leonie McDonagh.

Thu 26 Jan


Raphael Doyle & Guests

The former member of 70s group Cafe Society performs in support of his forthcoming album, Never Closer. He is joined by ex-bandmates Tom Robinson, Hereward Kaye and other guests.

Sun 29 Jan

Rusangano Family

Dynamic, Limerick-based hip hop act, hailing from Zimbabwe, Togo and County Clare, featuring God Knows, MuRli and mynameisjOhn.

Sat 28 Jan

Slow Jam

Residents and guests supply blissed out vibes, sonic oddities, low slung house and jazz infused beats.

Sun 29 Jan


Sun 5 Feb


Sun 12 Feb


…and 2 more dates until 26 Feb

The Swing Gals

Jazz, pop and swing outfit With influences including The Andrews Sisters, Doris Day, Peggy Lee and George Gershwin.

Fri 27 Jan


Time To Be Proud: The Cramps Tribute

A selection of artists will be performing the music of the American band. These include The Sabrejets, The Groundlings, Thee Dirt Byrds, Los Bloody Rackets and Madhouse.

Turin Brakes

The acoustic guitar-toting English duo take some new tunes on the road, along with their decade-strong back catalogue in tow.

Thu 26 Jan


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