Frequently asked questionsYou'll find everything you want to know about the Ulster Hall here.
Our questions cover a range of categories, including:
Who designed the Ulster Hall?The hall was designed by Newry architect W. J. Barre. He won a competition organised by the Ulster Hall Company which had been formed in the late 1850s in order to build a concert hall by means of public subscription.
Who was responsible for the refurbishment of the venue?The architect for the refurbishment was Consarc Architects, a Belfast based practice. The building work was carried out by Grahams.
The interpretive exhibition has been designed by Tandem Design, based in Holywood Co Down.
Do I need a ticket for babies and young children?Yes. Everyone needs a ticket to attend a concert, even babes in arms.
However, children under the age of three will not be admitted to the auditoria unless for a concert aimed specifically at children.
What is the dress code?We donít have any fixed rules about dress.
We do host formal events from time to time but these are usually for invited guests and any required dress code will be made clear with your invitation.
How do I make a booking?You can make an online enquiry or contact the conference and business sales team or entertainments programming team directly on 028 9033 4400.
I have booked an event at the Ulster Hall. Can I provide my own catering?In many instances you can. Contact our sales team for further information on 028 9033 4400.
Do you have an in-house audiovisual team?Yes, we have an audiovisual co-ordinator who can assist you with any queries you have.
My meeting is quite small. What facilities do you provide?We offer six meeting rooms which range in size and can accommodate between three and 100 people.
Is technical support provided?Yes, our in-house technicians are available to assist you with any queries you may have.
For more information call our technical team on 028 9033 4413 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Can you provide guidance on overnight accommodation for delegates?There are several hotels, suitable for a variety of budgets, located within walking distance of the hall.
Can I hold my wedding reception in the Ulster Hall?Yes, the main auditorium can accommodate up to 400 diners.
I want to get married at the Ulster Hall. Is this possible?Yes, The Ulster Hall is licensed for both weddings and civil partnership ceremonies. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Are there any restaurants nearby?A number of city centre restaurants are located within a few minutes walk of the hall.
For full details visit www.gotobelfast.com and go to the Eating Out section.