44-46 Fountain Street, Belfast, BT1 5EE
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Exploring Fairy Tales: Be Your Own Heroine!

In association with Little Women NI, this event will put female superheroes, heroines and protagonists on the radar of all young girls. Role models play a key role in the healthy psychologically development of young people and help guide their decisions which so often affect the outcome of their lives and future…

Sat 28 Jul

Free / 028 9024 0159

Poetry Reading With Colin Dardis And Leah Umansky

Belfast's hardest working poet Colin Dardis teams up with American writer Leah Umansky to read from their latest works 'The X of Y' and 'Barbarous Century', both from Eyewear Publications. free entry and refreshments

Thu 19 Jul

Free / 028 9024 0159

Saturday Morning Storytime!

Story time is back! Join us every Saturday morning at 11am in the Children's section where we will be reading a brand spanking new story and getting creative with some colouring-in. All ages welcome!

Tue 17 Jul

Free / 028 9024 0159

Wed 18 Jul

Free / 028 9024 0159

Thu 19 Jul

Free / 028 9024 0159

…and 135 more dates until 1 Dec

Tuesdays Are Just As Bad - Cethan Leahy Reading And Signing

Cork based filmmaker and illustrator Cethal Leahy joins us to talk about and read from his debut YA novel Tuesdays Are Just As Bad. Told from the perspective of a ghost, and dealing with mental health issues and suicide, Tuesdays Are Just As Bad has been compared to Louise O'Niell and Claire Hennessey. When Adam…

Sat 21 Jul

Free / 028 9024 0159

Waterstones Belfast Sci-Fi Book Club

My name is Rex. I am a good dog. Our name is Waterstones Sci-Fi Book Club. We are a good book club This month we are reading *'****Dogs of War' * by Adrian Tchaikovsky 'A joy from start to finish. Entertaining, smart, surprising and unexpectedly human' Patrick Ness. 'A timely warning about the dangers of…

Thu 2 Aug

Free / 028 9024 0159

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