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Grand Opera House: Northern Ballet Theatre's A Christmas Carol, Tuesday-Saturday. Tickets from Grand Opera House Ticket Shop on 9024 1919.

Odyssey: David Gray tonight (some tickets available from Ticketmaster).

The Waterfront Hall: Verdi's Aida on Tuesday; Lyric Beat and Dancing Feet in the Studio Tues-Thurs; Flash Harry next Thursday. Ticket hotline Tel 028 9033 4455 or any Ticketmaster outlet or Ticketmaster online.

Lyric: The Cavalcaders until November 23, Tel 028 9038 1081 or Minicom 028 9059 1159

Ulster Hall: Hands Across The Sea (Orchestras of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and the Royal Irish Academy of Music) on Tuesday. For further information contact 028 9032 3900.

Old Museum Arts Centre: Mojo Mickybo on Wednesday. Tel 028 9032 2912

Harry Ramsden's: Elvis night on Tuesday. Tel 9074 9222 for reservations.

Rotterdam: Jackie Flavelle's jazz and blues night on Tuesday; Wednesday, Colin's quiz.

Parador: Tea time quiz on Mondays at 6.30pm.

Hatfield House: Quiz every Wednesday.

Park Inn: Golden Oldies on Tuesdays; Set Dancing on Wednesdays.

Auntie Annie's: Ben Reel on Tuesdays; Robin Martin on Wednesday.

Katy Daly's: Singer on Tuesday; Midweek showcase on Wednesday.

The Limelight: Shag on Tuesday.

Orpheus and the Underworld: Paul Kennedy in the club on Tuesdays. Quiz in the Bar and hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s in the club.

Empire Basement: Durkin Folk on Wednesdays.

Renshaws: Pulse on Wednesday.

Eg Bar: Quiz on Tuesdays and Ibey on Wednesdays.

Grace and Groove: Singer songwriter night every Thursday.

Mercury: Ken Haddock and Willie Byrne on Wednesdays.

John Hewitt: The Tyr Session at 9pm on Tuesday; Liverpool Session on Wednesday at 9.30pm.

La Lea, 48 Franklin Street, Belfast. Tel: 028 9023 0200 (above Bar Bacca): Stella Artois Cine-bar every Wednesday, 8-10, followed by regular funky club night

Tatu: Mid-week Mix with Paul Murray every Thursday.

Benedicts: Scoot every Tuesday; Wednesday, Maggie Toal and Vocal Zone.

Menagerie: DJ Shane, '60s, '70s, '80s mix; Blend v Retox on Tuesdays, with acoustic 9-11 and alternative 11-1.

Robinsons - Fibber Magee's: Durnin on Tuesdays; Brier on Wednesdays. BT1: Bottom or Top on Wednesday.

The Custom House, Skipper Street: Tuesdays, Laidback; Wednesdays, £100 Take Your Pick.

The Devenish Complex, O'Donoghue's Bar: Pado's karaoke tonight; Quiz on Wednesday.

The Fly: Welcome to the Latin Quarter on Tuesdays; The ultimate student experience on Wednesday.

Lavery's Gin Palace: David Waites every Tuesday; Mark Morrison on Wednesday.

Dempsey's: Entertainment every night with Sunshine on Wednesday.

Lavery's: Quiz on Tuesday; DJ on Thursday.

McHugh's: Finnegan's Wake on Wednesday.

Northern Whig: Kick and relax with pre-club sounds on Tuesday; Wednesday, Funk Foundation.

The Globe: Karaoke on Tuesdays; Wednesday, Retro Heaven.

Madison's: Tuesday, Salsa night with Kevin McAllister.

Cafe Aero: Susan Savage every Wednesday at 6.30pm.

The Parlour: Mike McKee on Tuesdays and DJ Will.

Four Winds: Quiz on Tuesdays.

Empire Bar Basement: Wednesday, Durkin Folk.


Maddens: Wednesday, Phil West disco.


Market Place: Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa Wednesday and Thursday.Tel 028 3752 1821


The Ballyboe: Karaoke every Thursday.


Royal British Legion Club: Line dancing every Tuesday.

Civil Defence Club: Line dancing every Wednesday.

New Blue Bar Bistro, Quiz and £100 Karaoke every Tuesday.

Boom Boom Room: Student Night every Wednesday.

Cafe Ceol: LA and Back every Tuesday; Bak 2 Bak live every Wednesday.


Ivanhoe: Martello Jazz band back on Wednesday residency. Tel 90 81 2240.


The Burnavon: Dancing At Lughnasa tonight; Tribute to Jim Reeves on Thursday. Tel 8676 9949.


Bar Retro@The Plough: Bistro Retro open for lunch and evening meals.


Seaside Tavern: The Apex Jazz Band every Tuesday.


Lisbarnett House: Top Dollar Blue grass sessions every Wednesday at 9pm. Tel 028 9754 1589.


Millennium Forum: Mrs Brown's Last Wedding from Monday-Sat. Tel 028 7126 4455.


Shunters: The Untouchables on Tuesday.


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