The Ulster Hall is a classic Victorian music hall designed by local architect William Barre and opened in 1862. It contains the world-famous Mulholland Grand Organ which was donated to the city by local linen baron and former Lord Mayor, Andrew Mulholland. Throughout the last 150 years the Ulster Hall has played host to a huge variety of important events and performances including concerts, lectures, readings and a rich tradition of dramatic performances in the Group Theatre. The Hall is currently home to the Ulster Orchestra. The Ulster Hall has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment and was reopened in 2009 featuring a brand new foyer café space, a purpose-built gallery for our 13 Victorian oil paintings and the redesigned, Group Space. The Building and collections are open to the public Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm.
34 Bedford Street, Belfast, County Antrim BT2 7FF Northern Ireland
028 9032 3900http://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/ulsterhall/index.aspx
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