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The Blindboy Podcast at Belfast Ulster Hall

The Blindboy Podcast tour dates and tickets
Hosted by Blindboy of the Rubberbandits, the Blindboy Podcast is an eclectic podcast containing short fiction, interviews and comedy. He also ventured out into undercover journalism in 2020, making a documentary for the BBC.

The Blindboy Podcast will be performing 1 event in Belfast on Tuesday 19th October 2021 at the Ulster Hall.

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Tue Oct 19 2021 Belfast, UK UK
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The Blindboy Podcast
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Address: Belfast Ulster Hall, 1-7 Bedford Street, Belfast, BT2 7FF
Telephone: 02890334455
Venue Capacity: 1650
Ulster Hall is a concert and music venue based on Bedford Street, Belfast. First opened way back in 1862, it boasts a capacity of 1,650, and is one of the city's most popular halls, despite not being the largest. Owned by the Belfast council, it was renovated in 2009.