Belfast Waterfront Hall in general Reviews
Description:Waterfront Hall Belfast is concert hall and exhibition centre , designed by local architecture firm Robinson McIlwaine. ... more
Belfast Waterfront Hall in general ... Practise partner Peter McGukin was the project architect. The hall is located in the Lanyon Place, the flagship development of the Laganside Corporation. The development is named after the architect Charles Lanyon.
Newest Review: ... problem with the microphone while the performer engaged himself with the audience which I could not hear clearly what he was saying. In my recent visit (three weeks ago) to the Waterfront Hall was a surprise. My friends invited me to attend the 10th year Anniversary Gala concert an aid event for Marie Curie Care. Without any hesitation, I agreed to join them since the program will be an ... more
Customer Belfast Waterfront Hall in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 31/05/07, updated on 31/05/07 (Very useful, 362 readings)
THE WATERFRONT HALL is one of the architectural icons along Lagan River in Belfast, just besides Hilton Hotel and few meters away from the central train station and St Georges Market (3rd best food market in the UK). It is an entertainment and cultural venue for the past ten years, and it has been visited by prominent people from around the world, including Prince Charles who inaugurated the building in January 1997. My first visit to the Hall was early last year when one of my colleagues invited me to join him as a guest companion in a one-day conference in Civil Engineering. It was an interesting event since the topic focused on conservation and renewal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/01, updated on 12/09/01 (Useful, 84 readings)
My Mother uses a motorised wheelchair and has moved to Belfast recently from The Isle of Wight. One reason was a lack of access in shopping and entertainment there. So She did not feel comfortable about going out to a Concert hall but when we go there it could not have been made easier.Disabled parking spots near the door , Flat level entrance and a ramp up to the seating area. There are seat areas for the disabled and their companions on either side of the ground floor although the ramp access is on the Right hand side as you face the stage so these are the more accessible also closer to the disabled toilets. All the staff were really friendly and helpful even to the ... Read the complete review
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