What’s on | March
20th February 2020
Sunday Dining & All that Jazz | Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast | From 1st March
Every Sunday from the 1st March, the Fitz will provide afternoon entertainment for guests and general public, with bar menus and Sunday specials served all day.
Live Jazz by Jack Charles Kelly Trio will kick off at 3pm and run until 5.30pm, making it the perfect Sunday wind-down.
For more information and to book, contact email@example.com or call +44 (0)2890442080.
Give My Head Peace | Ulster Hall 1st-8th March
The BBC Northern Ireland TV beloved show is coming to the Ulster Hall with a brand-new show poking fun at all the things that make our ‘wee’ country great! The gang are back with all your favourite characters, as well as superb stand up comedy from Tim McGarry.
Blossoms | Limelight 3rd March
Blossoms are an indie pop band from Greater Manchester. Formed in 2013, this band has been nominated for prestigious awards such as British Breakthrough Act at the British Awards and have made it to BBC’s Sound of New Music playlist. After releasing their third album in January 2020, this gig at the Limelight is not to be missed!
The Greatest Showman | Fratellis 3rd March
Why not enjoy a private movie screening of one of the best musicals in one of Belfast’s finest Italian restaurants? Join Fratellis for a screening of the Greatest Showman- sing a long to all the best songs whilst indulging in the tastiest food. Tickets include a main course, glass of wine and dessert buffet- all for £25pp
Gabrielle Aplin | Limelight 9th March
English Singer-Songwriter is coming to The Limelight this March- Gabrielle Aplin has worked with the best in the business. Her new album Dear Happy features some of her most personal lyrical moments. Join this up and coming star this month for some of the most beautiful pop songs.
Rhod Gilbert- The Book of John | Ulster Hall 11th March
Back by popular demand! Welshman Gilbert is extending his ‘The Book of John’ tour and is coming back to Belfast with an encore. This show sees Rhod as funny as ever. Raw, personal and brutally honest. If you were lucky enough to see him in April 2019, you will know that these tickets will fly off the shelves!
Tickets £27.50 – https://www.ulsterhall.co.uk/what-s-on/rhod-gilbert/
JN Wine Tasting- The Beautiful South | James St 12th March
Let the experts at one of Belfast’s Finest Restaurants guide you through an evening of selectively picked wine from South Africa, Chile and Argentina paired with a fork supper. You will get the opportunity to taste a range of grape varieties and contrasting styles from some of the most exciting wine producers in the world.
Bingo Loco | Limelight 13th & 28th March
Bingo Loco has taken the world by storm. Organisers have flipped Bingo on its head with rave rounds, conga lines, dance offs, lip sync battles, glow sticks and prizes ranging from holidays to cars to lawnmowers.
This is one rave not to be missed – coming to Belfast on 2 occasions this month!
David Meade | Ulster Hall 14th March
Northern Ireland’s record-breaking Mind Reader David Meade returns to the Ulster Hall with his brand-new show ‘Catch Meade If You Can’ for two dates. The first mentalist to win a million dollars in a Las Vegas Casino, he’ll blow your mind as he does the impossible live on-stage right in front of you.
Tickets £25 – https://www.ulsterhall.co.uk/what-s-on/david-meade-ltd/
St. Patrick’s Day Tea Dance | Ulster Hall 17th March
Join in celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at this year’s age-friendly tea dance in the Ulster Hall. The tea dance will take place from 12 noon to 2pm and again from 3pm to 5pm with live music and a cup of tea! The John Trotter Band will provide the entertainment along with some local Irish and Scottish dancers. Don’t miss a fantastic day out!
Ulster Orchestra Lunchtime Concert | Ulster Hall 19th March
The Ulster Orchestra Lunchtime Concert Series provides a bite-sized sample of the orchestra in its full glory during a convenient lunch time. This month is 18th Century themed, with three very different composers, three very different pieces- but all inspired by music of the Baroque and Classical era.
Colin Murphy – Colinzation | Ulster Hall 19th March
After two sell-out shows in 2019, Colin will bring laughter to your belly again in his upcoming tour, Colinization. Hailing from Downpatrick, local funnyman Colin Murphy has become a household name for many- as a resident panelist on ‘The Blame Game’ and RTE’s ‘The Panel’ – Colin will be sure to have you crying with laughter.
Midland | Ulster Hall 23rd March
Country trio Midland are bringing their live show to the Linen Quarter with special guest Desure. Made up of a trio of friends. Midland is the embodiment of Seventies California country- and its impossible to resist.
Tickets from £27.50- https://www.ulsterhall.co.uk/what-s-on/midland/
Beethoven Symphony No. 4 | Ulster Hall 27th March
The Ulster Orchestra present Beethoven Symphony No. 4 for a thrilling show in the Linen Quarter supported by Music at Queen’s. Under 26’s entry fee is £5.
Ciclovia Cycling Festival | Linen Quarter 29th March
The streets between City Hall and Botanic will be shut to deliver a morning of safe and enjoyable cycling with loads of supporting activities and family fun. Jointly funded by Belfast City Council, Public Health Agency, and LQ BID.
For more information – https://www.cicloviabelfast.com/
Psychic Sally | Ulster Hall 30th March
Sally Morgan’s 2020 tour builds on years of experience as the UK’s most popular touring medium. She brings the dead to life with her trademark sense of fun and intrigue in an interactive stage show that will leave the Ulster Hall audience gob smacked.