Belfast, City Hall, Donegall Square
Situated in the heart of Belfast and home to Belfast City Hall, Donegall Square has become the successful venue for BP Big Screens over the last few years.
Romeo and Juliet on 22 September 2015, timing TBA – The Royal Ballet
Kenneth MacMillan's ballet of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers is a classic of 20th-century ballet, and a heartbreaking match for Prokofiev's score. Created for The Royal Ballet in 1965, it's a key work in the Company's repertory and a must-see for ballet fans and newcomers alike.
What I need to know before I attend:
In the interest of public safety, the following conditions will apply in Donegall Square:
• Donegall Square is a public space; however organisers reserve the right to limit audience numbers should the square capacity be reached.
• Alcohol is not permitted.
• Prohibited items include, but are not restricted to, large parasols, gazebos, awnings and portable barbecues.
• All litter should be disposed of in the bins provided or taken home.
How to get there:
By Car: Follow the signs to the city centre and City Hall. Big Screen Belfast is located on the west lawn of Donegall Square, alongside the 100 year old Belfast City Hall.
By Train: The closest train station is Great Victoria Street, located just five minutes’ walk from the screen.
By Bus: Translink Metro services have stops surrounding the City Hall with a maximum of five minutes’ walk to the screen. All bus stations in the city centre are a short distance walk away.