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Rhythms and Tales of Belfast

A Magical Evening of Irish Dance, Music, Food, and Story Telling in Belfast

Welcome to "Rhythms and Tales of Belfast," an authentic Irish showcase nestled within Culturlann, the Irish language centre in the heart of Belfast's Gaeltacht Quarter. Prepare yourself for a night filled with the vibrant spirit of Ireland as we embark on a journey that celebrates the rich tapestry of Irish culture.

To begin the evening, you will be warmly greeted with a traditional Irish welcome, Discover the captivating history of the Irish language and its deep-rooted significance in the fabric of Irish identity.

Indulge in a sumptuous 3-course feast of traditional Irish cuisine, where the flavours of the Emerald Isle come alive. From hearty stews to freshly Guinness bread, every bite tells a story of Irish heritage and nourishes both body and soul.

As the night unfolds, be entranced by the mesmerizing movements of Irish dance, as skilled performers direct from River Dance and Lord of the Dance, bring ancient rhythms to life. The exhilarating music, played by talented musicians, will transport you to a world where melodies intertwine with tales of love, loss, and triumph.

But the journey doesn't end there. You will have the opportunity to partake in an interactive Ceili dance, dancing with fellow guests in a joyful celebration of community and togetherness.

Join us for an unforgettable evening of "Rhythms and Tales of Belfast," where the essence of Ireland is brought to life through traditional Irish food, dance, music, and storytelling. Experience the magic and immerse yourself in the captivating spirit of Ireland

Adults £55 under 12's £39*
*Under 12s will be served from our children's menu

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Our show takes place in Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich 216 Falls Rd, Belfast BT12 6AH situated in the  Broadway Presbyterian Church on Falls Road in the heart of the Gaeltacht Quater of Belfast. It is named after 19th century Presbyterian businessman and Gaelic revivalist and Presbyterian businessman Robert Shipboy MacAdam and 20th century Gaelic scholar Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich. t opened in 1991 and was home to the first Irish Language secondary school in Belfast in modern times. Today Cultúrlann is a Irish language, arts and cultural centre offering a wide range of activities such as Irish language classes, art workshops, céilithe, events for young people, concerts and art exhibitions all take place throughout the year. 
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