The Belfast Waterfront Hall is a Belfast concert hall, which can also be converted into an exhibition hall. Designed by the architectural firm Robinson McIlwaine, the hall was completed in 1997, and still has a modern and innovative look today . The Waterfront Hall alone represents the cultural dynamism of Belfast!
Access to the venue is easy, and is located on Lanyon Place in the heart of Belfast, close to the docks. The advantage of the building is that it is versatile and can be completely transformed according to the event being organised: the venue can therefore be used for concerts, as well as other events such as operas, conferences, political gatherings or art exhibitions.
The venue is quite modern, and combines a variety of materials, such as glass, or copper, whose dome is entirely covered (it has turned green over time, and is thus reminiscent of the dome of the Belfast City Hall). The hall is considered to be the cultural lung of the city, and many events take place there all year round.
Please note that the venue cannot be visited: access is only possible if you have an entrance ticket for an event held there. Inside, the Waterfront Hall is equipped with many medium and large capacity rooms, and also has a bar and a restaurant…