There’s plenty happening in Belfast this week including, movie nights, Belfast Christmas Market and more!
Home Alone Movie Night
Treehouse | Tuesday 13 November 6.30pm - 11.30pm
It’s never too early for Christmas movies! So, to get you into the festive spirit why not grab your friends, family or significant other and buy some tickets to see the classic Home Alone!?
No better way to watch this than under the Cherry blossom tree with some cosy blankets and heaters! The weather outside may be frightful but you’ll find their rooftop retreat delightful!
Standard ticket is £15 but upgrade to VIP for £5 for a glass of their signature mulled wine or Hot Cider on arrival!
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Cabaret Supper Club | Thursday 15 November 7pm - 11.30pm
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a T-bird or a Pink Lady but never quite felt cool enough to pull it off? Well, now is your chance to don those pink jackets, grease up those quiffs and let your inhibitions go for an evening where you are the stars. And remember Grease is the word. Then just sit back and watch Danny & Sandy and the gang, while singing (and dancing) along to the lyrics on the screen!
Show and main course meal only £24.50Book Now
Belfast Christmas Market
City Hall | Saturday 17 November
The Christmas Market will be returning to the grounds of the Belfast City Hall for the 14th year in a row!
The gates will be open every day for visitors to explore a number of countries from across the world including Germany, Spain, France, Italy and a number of local traders. Santa will be visiting the market to meet families as there will be plenty of entertainment during your visit.
Among the retail theatre taking place each day, visitors will be able to avail of the following:
- Infamous culinary delights – cheese, olives etc
- Mouthwatering foods will be available for customers to sample and buy as they wander around the Yuletide market
- Sweet and savoury crepes
- There will also be a selection of traders selling a wide range of unique art and craft products from various countries around the world for you to find that special gift or just a treat for yourself
- The Dutch Bulb and Plant Garden selling a fabulous array of bulbs, trees, shrubs, garden ornaments and bird feeders!
And if all that shopping, eating and drinking doesn’t satisfy you, you can also take the family to visit Santa in his specially designed Grotto which will be open:
– Monday to Wednesday 3pm – 6pm,
– Thursday to Friday 2pm – 7pm,
– Saturday 11am to 7pm
– Sunday 12noon to 6pm.
And if you post Santa a letter (in his post box in the grounds of the Belfast Christmas Market) by Tuesday 18th December you’ll receive a letter back from him!
The Belfast Christmas Market offers free tours that operate during quieter times of the market for people who may have accessibility issues. These tours run from : Monday to Thursday 10am – 12noon, to book please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educational Tours Market Place are thrilled to offer local primary schools the opportunity to take part in our FREE Educational Tours! These allow young children to visit the market with their teachers to meet the traders, learn about all the different cultures being represented at the market and to try some tasty foods at the festive market! These tours run daily Monday to Thursday between 11am to 3pm. To book please email email@example.com
The Belfast Christmas Market guarantees a real Irish welcome for all its visitors!More Info
Stacked Burger Launch Night
The Berliner | Sunday 18 November 3pm - 9pm
Stacked Burger will be holding their first pop-up day in The Berliner!
Come on down from 3pm – 9pm and get your hands on some tasty burgers – not only for meat eaters but vegans too!More Info
Dine in Cinema: Gremlins
Vandal | Sunday 18 November 5pm - 8pm
Screening for the first time, Gremlins will be kicking off Vandal’s Christmas season on Sunday 18th November from 5pm.
Movie, Pizza, Milkshake & Popcorn for only £11.95pp*
Booking essential. To Reserve, please call 02890312582 to pay a £5pp deposit over the phone OR call into Whites/Vandal to book.
A gadget salesman is looking for a special gift for his son and finds one at a store in Chinatown. The shopkeeper is reluctant to sell him the `mogwai’ but sells it to him with the warning to never expose him to bright light, water, or to feed him after midnight. All of this happens and the result is a gang of gremlins that decide to tear up the town on Christmas Eve.
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There’s plenty more places to go to shop, do and dine in Belfast One. Check out our directory.