Belfast Barge

What’s On

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    Banter on the Barge

    3rd April 2014, 8.00pm

    Laughter Shed presents Banter on the Barge featuring Neil Dougan with Luke McGibbon and Fintan Harvey.

    Neil is at the top of his game, a firm favourite in the UK both on stage and television. Joining Neil on board the Barge will be local boy, Luke McGibbon, who impressed at this years Edinburgh Festival and Fintan Harvey. The evening will be MC'd by regular Barge gag merchant Gary Lynch. This is a show not to be missed!!

    Tickets £7, Doors open 8PM, BYOB

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    Belfast Film Festival

    4th April 2014, 7.30pm

    We want you on Team Zissou! If the answer's yes (it's got to be) get yourself a red cap and a pair of Speedos and join us on board the Belfast Barge where a night of oceanographic adventure, film, music and dancing awaits!

    For one night we're turning the Barge into the Belafonte, Captain Steve Zissou's legendary vessel, to celebrate Wes Anderson's eccentric marine world with a screening of 'The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou'. So come in your best red beanie or full Team Zissou blue uniform, join the crew and unpaid interns and find out once and for all if that Jaguar Shark really exists...

    After the film the night continues with DJ Calypso playing some Andersonian records at The Esteban du Plantier Memorial Disco.

    Tickets £7, 7.30PM, BYOB.

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    11th April 2014, 8.00pm

    NuWave is a monthly event hosted on The Belfast Barge. No big bar queues, no big bar prices, just BYOB and enjoy the tunes with DJ CKay.

    This month it's our 80's and 90's night. Come along and enjoy all the 80's and 90's pop, hair rock, disco, indie and cheese you could wish for... dressing up is optional! 

    Door open at 8PM, Tickets £7, BYOB.

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    Kids Cine Saturdays

    12th April 2014, 12.00pm

    The Belfast Barge and Cinemagic present Kids Cine Saturdays!! This months event features the animated comedy Hop, the story of a young rabbit name E.B. who does not want to succeed his father in the role of the Easter Bunny and instead runs away to Hollywood to pursue his dream of becoming a drummer. After the movie enjoy some under the sea themed arts and crafts as well as the chance to explore the maritime museum.

    Contact the Barge on 02890232555 or to reserve your place.