Ruby Murray 1935 - 1996 Belfast born singer performed here

inside the Ulster Hall, 34 Bedford Street, BT2 7FF, Belfast, United Kingdom

In the mid 18th century North Street housed shoemakers, iron merchants, whip makers, hat manufacturers, tobacco and snuff manufacturers, umbrell makers and brush bellows and trunk makers. The unusual 1936 listed arcade by Cowser and Smyth has showcased a variety of wares

Belfast Tourist Board, North Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

The Harp Festival of 1792 was held in the Assembly Rooms, on the upper floor of this building. It began life as a single-storey arcaded market house or 'exchange' in 1769. The upper floor was added in 1776 and Charles Lanyon italianised the exterior in 1845. Known as the 'Four Corners', all milestones out of Belfast were once measured from here.

Exchange and Assembly Rooms, Donegall Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

This was a major route on the 1680 map and was known as Broad Street in 1715. By the end of the 18th century it had the Exchange at the west end and the lime kiln dook at the east and was named after William Waring, a tanner, in 1840. 5 fish merchants out of 6 listed in the street directory were located here.

former Nambarrie Warehouse, Waring Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

This 1920s building originally functioned as a jute sack warehouse. Various breweries distributed their wares from Hill Street. The building at no.s 5-35 served the old Bushmills distillery. Spot the barrels and no.s 13-22 which reveal a similar past.

Hill Street, Belfast, United Kingdom

Rory Gallagher 1948-1995 legendary musician and songwriter played here

Ulster Hall (in the foyer), 34 Bedford St, BT2 7FF, Belfast, United Kingdom