If you’re heading to the Maritime Festival this weekend why not check out all the City Centre has to offer before getting the FREE shuttle bus from Chichester Street

Saturday Storytime at Waterstones

11.00-11.30, Saturday 11 June


Danny LOVES dressing up. So does Danny’s dad! Whether it’s pirates at a party or superheroes in the supermarket, they’ll dress up anywhere, anytime, whatever the occasion.

Come along to Waterstone’s special Father’s Day Storytime this Saturday, 17th June, at 11am. Fun activity to follow. All ages welcome!

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Superman Birthday Party at Vandal

12.30-17:00, Saturday 17 June


On Earth Day, we celebrate the day Superman came to to Earth but today, is the day the Kent’s celebrated his Birthday. In honour of one of the greatest heroes EVER, Vandal are throwing a proper birthday party in his honour!

The event includes; Superman on screen all day, themed room, Superman cupcakes, every visitor leaves with a Superman party bag, photo booth props and more! No booking required, just come on down. 

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Father's Day Card Making Workshop at CastleCourt

Saturday 17 June

CastleCourt Fathers Day

Make your Dad a special gift this Father’s Day! Join our workshop and enjoy a fun filled session making a personalised card! What a thoughtful gift for all those special Dad’s out there!

There will also be face painting between 12-4pm for the kids! Don’t miss out!

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Father's Day Carvery at Ten Square

Sunday 18 June

Ten Square Hotel

Treat your Dad this Sunday 18 June with Ten Square’s 5 course special Father’s Day Carvery, plus a gift for the Dads and balloon modelling for the kids – and no washing up or tidying away for anyone!

Brilliant value in the heart of the city, just £22.95pp, with under 12s just £7.95 each.

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City Hall's new exhibition

Saturdays and Sundays, 10.00-17.00

CH Exhibition

Belfast City Hall’s new free visitor exhibition offers a journey from the city’s past to present, showing the vibrancy and diversity of Belfast City Hall across six themed zones. The exhibition stretches over 16 separate rooms, all presented within the original architecture of City Hall as designed by Alfred Brumwell Thomas in the late 1890s.

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