Date: Fri 28th October
Venue: Colin Glen Forest Park
Suitable for families events include: Craft Market Children’s Arts & Crafts, Face Painting & Balloon Modelling available
Come along and discover fascinating facts about bats before venturing into the forest armed with torches & bat detectors to spot our very own resident bats. Each Bat Talk & Walk lasts for 1 hour. Three slots available at 7pm, 8pm & 9pm. Before or After your booked slot, you’re welcome to explore the craft fair & see what Ghoulish Goods are on sale.
Bring your own torches & warm clothing
NB: some events may incur a small charge
Date: 1st-3rd November
Time: 10-4pm ( booking required)
Venue: Colin Glen Forest Park Belfast
Book your child in now for an action packed Halloween with a Monster Load of activities. Our Freaky Fun Days run from Tuesday 1st – Thursday 3rd November, from 10am – 4pm each day. Drop off from 9:30am to help with working parents.
Freaky Fun Days are Suitable for 10-16 year olds. Participants will have lots of Halloween Fun, Meet New Friends and try lots of cool activities at low prices.
Activities include: Zombie Lazer Tag, Bone Rattling Bubble Ball, Archery Asylum, Killer Kayaking, Climbing Tower of Terror, Ghoulish Golf, Hellish High Ropes, Zombie Zip Lines , Monster Mountain Biking
Date: 31st October
Venue: Kennedy Centre Belfast
West Belfast premiere shopping complex will be hosting a number of events this year for Halloween
Halloween Hoolie 1-4pm Including Pumpkin carving, potato print workshop & live music
Fancy Dress Comp at 3pm 0-5 years / 6-11 years
Halloween Trail – Mondays Trail begins at 10am then every hour after until 1pm
book your place at: email@example.com
Date: 24th – 31st Oct
Kennedy Centre / Whiterock Leisure Centre Friday 28th October, 6.30pm
Falls Park Friday 28th October
Whiterock Community Centre Thur 27th 12-2pm / 3-5:30pm Friday 28th October 1-3pm
Falls Road Library 31st Oct 10 – 4pm
Time: Any ( booking required)
Venue: 35a King Street, belfast
With Taxi Trax. You are guaranteed the most authentic taxi tours in Belfast. Out Trip Advisor reviews concur. We boast the best tour guides in the city.
They are local people with local knowledge and have lived through the conflict in Belfast. They will guide you through sites of historical and political interest, explain the significance of the Belfast murals and show you key landmarks throughout the city. Our Belfast black taxi tours will entertain, educate and enlighten.
For more information visit www.taxitrax.com
Date: Tue – Sat
Time: 10am – 2pm
Venue: Conway Mill, Conway st Belfast
Officially opened in 2007 on the first anniversary of the death of Eileen hickey. The Museum preserves and promotes through art, crafts and artifacts the history of the Republican struggle for Irish freedom.
Housed within the collection is a large amount of artifacts and prison handicrafts, representing various phases of the struggle for Irish freedom. It includes items from 1798 and 1803 rebellions, medals from the 1916-1923 period, as well as items from various periods of imprisonment endured by Republicans in every decade since.
Time: 9am – 5pm
Venue: St Mary’s University College, Falls Road
St Mary’s University College on the Falls road is home to a Collection of public art works that are on display from famous Irish painters including Neil Shawcross, Brian Ferran, Kathleen Bridle & Tom Carr.
The stained glass windows are the work on Richard King from Harry Clarke Studios in Dublin.
The windows were commissioned in 1937-1949 and show the Apparition of Our Lady to the children of Fatima. They are highly detailed magnificent pieces of art and are part of Ireland’s National heritage.
Date: Fri 21st – Sat 22nd October 2016
Venue: An Cultúrlann Falls Road
A story of first love through the eyes of a gender-curious teen Scorch examines how the human story often gets lost amidst the headlines. Inspired by recent court cases Scorch is written by Stacey Gregg one of Northern Ireland’s most talented playwrights. Touching, funny and provocative, Scorch received its world premiere at Outburst in 2015 and found critical acclaim after winning the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best New Play and the Writers Guild of Ireland ZeBBie Award for Best Theatre Script.
Time: Dawn to Dusk
Venue: Flowbog road
Slievenacloy Nature Reserve is a hidden retreat of species-rich grassland famous for its beautiful orchids in early summer. Most likely a sacred landscape during the Neolithic and Bronze Ages it has eight prehistoric burial monument recorded. Making your way towards the Stoneyford River is a mysterious earth ring.
Date: Fri 21st – Sat 22nd October
Venue: An Cultúrlann, Falls Road Belfast
Two people tell a story about the lighter side of loss, love and why Joan is a stupid name for a dog. A story about finding your way. A story about finding a way to tell the story. The first play by Sarah Gordon, a Belfast-based visual artist and performance maker. Sarah developed A Sinkhole In Guatemala as part of her participation in Prime Cut Reveal Programme premiering in the Dublin Tiger Fringe Festival 2016.
Tickets £6/4 (Ticket Deal – Both Prime Cut shows for £12 / £10)
Time: 9am – 10pm
Venue: Cutts, Dunmurry, Belfast
We proudly present Ireland’s new entertainment service in West Belfast. If you like irregular puzzles and can make a team of 2-8 people, then this is your place to go out. Discover the room, find objects, make connections, think beyond your limits and try to open the door. One hour and you’ll be dragged from the world into a mysterious room; one hour and you will feel it has been only 5 minutes. And maybe you have to come back again.
£48 for a team of 3 – 8 & a minimum of 24 hours advanced booking required
for more information contact: 07763 963102
Time: Dawn to Dusk
Venue: Divis Road, Hannahstown, Belfast
For the best views of West Belfast take a walk up to Divis and Black mountain.
Accessible by car, bus and foot the mountains rest in the heart of the Belfast Hills, which provide the backdrop to the city’s skyline. The rich, varied archaeological landscape is home to a host of wildlife. There are walking trails along a variety of terrain: through heath, on stone tracks, along boardwalks and road surface.
Amenities include: Free parking, toilets, refreshments at Long Barn visitor Centre, Free entrance (though you can pay for a guided tour)