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Lots of Chekhov.
The 418 steps up Aksla lead to the splendid Kniven viewpoint over Ålesund and the surrounding mountains and islands...
Scarborough's beautiful Edwardian pleasure gardens, Peasholm Park, are famous for their summer sessions of Naval Warfare, when large model ships re-enact famous naval battles on the boating lake.
The liveliest of Portstewart’s traditional pubs, famed for its Guinness and hugely popular with students from the University of Ulster, the Anchor serves decent pub grub, opens till 1am and has karaoke on Tuesday, qu...
Rawdon's is a friendly pub along the Main Rd, less than a block from the Market Sq and has regular live music.
This is a gay-friendly pub.
A weekly freesheet, published on Wednesday, that covers pubs, clubs and music events all over Northern Ireland, although the emphasis is heavily on Belfast.
Online gig listings.
A free monthly that covers the arts scene throughout the whole of Northern Ireland.
The Linen Hall Library has a small coffee shop . The visitors’ entrance is on Fountain St, around the corner from the main door.
You won’t go far wrong in AXM, which is more of a cocktail lounge for the city’s flash crowd.
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