Visited for the SLF / Stranglers gig. Great area for an outside venue. Sold out gig but plenty of room. Bars and toilets were busy as expected but we had a cracking time. Also loved Belfast.
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Attended the SLF event on 26/08 and was very impressed with the setup. High stage with a few raised sections, for a sold out event it never felt over crowded, easy to move around. Great sound. Bars were busy but didn't take too long to...More
Travelled to Belfast to see Walking on Cars, lovely location for an outside gig (providing there's no rain) we were lucky and it was sunny. Don't think it's down to the House itself but queuing was rather a confusing process - they had us queue...More
The Victorian building was designed by the architect Charles Lanyon and there's a sculpture on the Custom House steps, which depicts a speaker addressing an audience in Custom House Square. Near to it are the Albert Clock Tower, Big Fish and the city centre.
As a postmaster, Anthony Trollope designed the infamous red post box from here. It now houses HMRC and have been at a few business meetings inside, but it is the exterior that remains the most impressive. Also a fixed favourite for the start of carnivals...More