Since opening in 1860, the Ulster Hall has played host to a diverse range of visitors and performers, including Charles Dickens, the Dalai Lama and the Rolling Stones, and continues to welcome a variety of acts these days. The programme features classical and popular music, stand-up comedy and beer festivals. Several city centre car parks are located within a five minute walk of the Ulster Hall, as is the Europa Bus Centre and Great Victoria Street Station for those travelling by bus or train.
Address: 34 Bedford Street
Country Code: GB
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Post Code: BT2 7FF
Phone Number: 028 9032 3900
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