What’s on: 10 unmissable events in Belfast this November

After almost two years of restrictions and social distancing, we are so glad to see our social calendars filling up again. Here are ten unmissable events in Belfast this November.

From movie premieres to live music, we are sharing ten unmissable events in Belfast this November.

With colder weather and darker nights drawing in, indoor activities are a much more appealing prospect. After winter 2020 that seemed to drag on forever, defined by lockdowns and restrictions, we’re glad to see some life back in Belfast this year.

So, if you’re looking for something to do this November, here are ten exciting events happening in Belfast.

10. A Night in November – an evocative monodrama

A Night in November is one not to miss.
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Adapted for the stage, Marie Jones’ 1994 monodrama A Night in November is sure to be a hit with Belfast audiences.

Coming to the Mac Theatre throughout November, this emotive play tells the tale of a local lad. This is certain to be one of the unmissable events in Belfast in November.

Address: 10 Exchange St, West, Belfast BT1 2NJ

Dates: 11 to 28 November

Buy tickets: HERE

9. Kodaline – one of Ireland’s biggest bands

Kodaline is one of the best events in Belfast this November.
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Following on from the release of One Day At A Time, the Dublin band are returning to Belfast this month.

After their hugely successful In A Perfect World tour in 2020, Kodaline will be bringing a stripped-down acoustic tour to Northern Ireland. A must for fans of the Irish band.

Address: 2 Lanyon Pl, Belfast BT1 3WH

Dates: 18 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

8. A Christmas Carol: The Musical – Charles Dickens’ classic novel brought to life

A Christmas Carol: The Musical is set to be a night of festive fun.
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Returning to the stage for one week only, Belfast Operatic Company’s production of A Christmas Carol: The Musical is the perfect way to get in the festive spirit.

Bringing Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas tale to life at the Grand Opera House, this is one of the unmissable events in Belfast in November for all the family.

Address: 2-4 Great Victoria St, Belfast BT2 7HR

Dates: 16 to 20 November

Buy tickets: HERE

7. Bright Lights Botanic – get in the festive spirit

Bright Lights Botanic is one of the best events in Belfast this November.
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Coming to Belfast’s Botanic Gardens this November is the perfect festive event to get you in the mood for Christmas.

Produced by the team behind the hugely successful ‘Wild Lights’ in Dublin Zoo, Botanic Gardens will come to life, illuminated in light.

Address: College Park Ave, Botanic Ave, Belfast BT7 1LP

Dates: 11 November to 9 January

Buy tickets: HERE

6. Ryan McMullan – he’s coming home to the people he loves

Ryan McMullan is playing the Ulster Hall this month.
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One of the biggest names in the Northern Irish music scene is playing live in Belfast’s Waterfront Hall next month.

With hits like ‘Belfast’ and ‘In a Heartbeat’, the Portavogie man is sure to put on a great show in his home country.

Address: 2 Lanyon Pl, Belfast BT1 3WH

Dates: 19 and 20 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

5. Gabrielle – for one of the unmissable events in Belfast in November

Gabrielle is one of the best events in Belfast this November.
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20 years on from the release of her hugely successful album Rise, Gabrielle is back again with her Rise Again tour.

Gracing us with her presence in Belfast’s Ulster Hall on 4 November, fans will enjoy a night of soul, R&B, and pop hits from across the English singer-songwriter’s impressive career.

Address: 34 Bedford St, Belfast BT2 7FF

Dates: 4 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

4. Steps: What the Future Holds Tour – for the ultimate night of throwbacks

Will you be getting tickets for Steps?
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Following on from their successful comeback tour in 2018, Steps are returning for round two.

For a night of nostalgia and 90s music, this is one not to miss. Fans will also get the chance to hear songs from their new album What the Future Holds live in the SSE Arena!

Address: 2 Queens Quay, Belfast BT3 9QQ

Dates: 15 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

3. An Evening with Sir Michael Parkinson – hear all about his illustrious career

An Evening with Sir Michael Parkinson is sure to be one of the best events in Belfast this November.
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Coming to Belfast’s Waterfront Hall in mid-November is esteemed English broadcaster and journalist Sir Michael Parkinson.

With an impressive career spanning decades, this is a chance for ‘Parky’ fans to hear from the man himself about his career and experiences interviewing the rich and famous.

Address: 2 Lanyon Pl, Belfast BT1 3WH

Dates: 13 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

2. Rag’n’Bone Man – for a night of great music

Rag'n'Bone Man is sure to put on a great show.
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The English multi-platinum award-winning singer is coming to Belfast’s Waterfront Hall at the start of November.

Performing his hits like ‘Human’, ‘Giant’, and ‘Skin’, this is sure to be one of the unmissable events in Belfast this November.

Address: 2 Lanyon Pl, Belfast BT1 3WH

Dates: 8 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

1. Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast screening – a retelling of a story we all know

Kenneth Branagh's Belfast tops our list of events in Belfast this November.
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Perhaps the most anticipated event of the year, Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast, is making its debut in the city that inspired it this November.

Starring A-list actors, such as Jamie Dornan, Judi Dench, and Ciarán Hinds, alongside talented Belfast lad Jude Hill, this is sure to be a hit with local audiences.

Dates: 4 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

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