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Every Thursday

BOGOF Pizza Thursdays

DinaDina

Between 5pm - 9pm (every Thursday), buy one get one free on pizzas.

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Monday - Saturday

Pre-Theatre Menu

Flame

Set ideally close to the Grand Opera House, enjoy Flame's pre-theatre menu from Monday to Saturday (5:00pm – 6:30pm).

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Friday - Saturday

Live Music

Flame

Every Friday from 9.30pm and Saturday from 10pm Flame have fantastic live entertainment with artists including James Huish, Davy Watson and Kolide.

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Monday - Thursday

Early Evening Deal

The Fountain Tavern

Every Monday - Thursday from 4:00pm to 7:00pm, take advantage of The Fountain Tavern's early evening deal: two main courses for £13.50.

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Every Friday

Fountain Folk Fridays

Fountain Tavern

Live traditional Irish music and singing 9pm-late every Friday at The Fountain Tavern. This traditional pub has a warm and friendly atmosphere, with the downstairs bar is traditional in style serving premium beers, wines and spirits.

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Thursday - Sunday

Live Music at Granny Annies

Granny Annies

Live music every Thursday to Sunday in Granny Annies.

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01 Jul - 31 Jul 2017

£10 brunch club

The Beringer

The Beringer brunch club is offering an all-day breakfast, freshly squeezed orange juice and coffee for only £10 for the rest of July. Available until 11:45 daily.  

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03 Jul - 26 Aug 2017

Joe Gildea Here And There

Linenhall Library

Joe Gildea trained at Belfast College of Art and the University of London, majoring in stained glass. Stained glass production techniques influence his approach to painting, resulting in robust compositions, bold outlining and vibrant colours. His paintings celebrate the diversity of the Northern Irish landscape and people; from sleet soaked mourners at a rural funeral to the sun and shade on Antrim’s cliffs.

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03 Jul - 20 Aug 2017

Laoch na Laochra / Hero of Heroes

Linenhall Library

Dara Vallely and Réamonn Ó Ciaráin tell the story of the great warrior Cú Chulainn. The story dates back to the 7th century but still dominates the mythological and imaginative landscape of Ireland. The narrative tells the story of Cú Chulainn, from his origins to his death by Lugaid’s spear. The exhibition consists of a unique and authentic retelling of the remarkable stories with striking paintings by Dara Vallelly and text by Réamonn Ó Ciaráin. ADMISSION FREE – ALL WELCOME

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