Venues

All of our venues are located within easy reach of most hotels in Belfast City Centre.

Belfast City Hall

Donegall Square.

Our first event takes place in the wonderful surroundings of the Belfast City Hall on the afternoon of Thursday September 23rd from 3:00 pm-5:00 pm.

Belfast City Hall is the civic headquarters of Belfast City Council. We will have a drinks reception here in The Rotunda, hosted by the Council. The Rotunda is one of the most spectacular areas in City Hall. Encased in Italian and Greek marble, it overlooks the main entrance to the building and is nestled below the central copper dome which crowns City Hall, 53 metres above. The most important feature in the space is the stunning mural by local artist John Luke, from 1951, which depicts the city in 1613 and pays tribute to the industries on which the success of Belfast would later be founded.

Assembly Buildings

2-10 Fisherwick Place.

Built in 1905, in the style of a Scottish Baronial Castle, and fully renovated in 2018, this historic conference and meeting venue will host ECED Belfast 2021 for the next two days. A 21stcentury conferencing complex that blends the historic with the latest technology and modern facilities, the Assembly Buildings Conference Centre is one of the finest conference and exhibition venues in the heart of Belfast City.

Titanic Museum

1 Olympic Way, Queens Road, Titanic Quarter

Our venue for our Gala Evening dinner will take place in the Ballroom of the Titanic Museum located in the heart of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter on the site where the Titanic was built in the early 20th century. We will have a wonderful 3 course dinner with wine followed by spectacular Irish cultural entertainment – you might even learn some of the ‘Riverdance’ moves! The grand staircase in the ballroom is an exact replica of the Titanic itself.

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