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Hitting the clubs in Belfast? Here is what's on

By Andrea McVeigh

Published 19/02/2016

DJ Denney
DJ Denney

Resident DJs Limelight, Belfast, tomorrow, 9pm. It's billed as the biggest club night in Belfast and with four DJs playing across four different rooms within the venue, there's certainly plenty of variety on offer.

The student-friendly fun takes place in the Limelight's two main rooms as well as in Katy's Bar and the outdoors Rock Garden, with music ranging from pop and rave to Indie, hip hop and rock.

For details, visit

DJ Denney

Thompsons, Belfast

Tomorrow, 9pm

Since breaking on to the house music circuit as a regular player at legendary Leeds club, Back to Basics, Denney has quickly risen through the ranks to become one of the UK's hottest DJs and producers. Since his Low Frequency track became one of the big club anthems of 2015, he has continued to release hits on a string of acclaimed labels including Hot Creations and Knee Deep in Sound. Expect a smooth blend of soulful deep house tracks at tomorrow night's gig, as well as all the big records that will keep the dance floor moving.

For more details, visit Facebook: Stereo Sessions ft. Denny.

Resident DJs

Kremlin, Belfast

Sunday, 10pm

Still got some energy and money left over from Saturday night? Fancy a game of bingo before getting down to some dancefloor action on a Sunday? Look no further than the Kremlin, the beating heart of Belfast's gay scene. There's Sunday bingo at Union Street next door from 9pm - then it's over to the Kremlin for Belfast's big Sunday night party, with DJs Regal MC and Gareth Woods.

For details, visit

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