Not only is the hotly anticipated Culture Night taking place, but the Pop Up Film Club is in town, ensuring you receive the ultimate Tarantino experience – with Big Kahuna burgers, dance off’s, Jameson prizes and a bar on-tap.

Between fantastic plays, cool tributes and epic cult classics in the cinema this week, you’ll be spoilt for choice this week for things to do in Belfast.

Pop Up Film Club

Fri 18-20 Sep, £10/night or £23 for a weekend ticket, T13

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The Pop Up Film Club phenomenon is hitting Belfast… and they’re bringing Big Kahuna burgers!

Their Tarantino Weekend includes cult classics From Dusk Till Dawn, the epic Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs. All of the events are so much more than just a simple screening of the movie, with each night themed specifically around the movie itself.

Guests will receive a complimentary Jameson on arrival, with a full bar also on-hand throughout the event.

For times, dates and info, head to the official Pop Up Film Club site: popupfilmclub.co.uk.

Culture Night

18 Sep, 1-10pm, locations throughout Belfast

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200+ events, 100+ venues and over 50,000 people in Cathedral Quarter and beyond. Culture Night is taking over Belfast on Friday 18 September between 1-10pm.

Dancing at Lughnasa

26 Aug – 27 Sep, £10 – 26.50, Lyric Theatre

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One of the most acclaimed and loved Irish plays of recent times.

Set in County Donegal in 1936 during the Celtic harvest festival of Lughnasadh, the play tells the story of the five Mundy sisters and their brother Jack, who has returned home from the missions after 25 years away.

The Godfather: Part II

17 Sep, Strand Arts Centre, £3.50

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The continuing saga of the Corleone crime family tells the story of a young Vito Corleone growing up in Sicily and in 1910s New York, and follows Michael Corleone in the 1950s as he attempts to expand the family business into Las Vegas, Hollywood and Cuba.

For more info check out online strandartscentre.com.

Singalonga Dirty Dancing

Sep 19 at 8pm, Grand Opera House, £17

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It’s the Summer of 1963; it’s college boys versus dancing hunks; it’s one of the best loved movies of all time and, yes, there is a guy as great as your dad.

Join Baby and Johnny in a fun-filled screening of the 1987 dance classic where YOU are the stars of the show. With the help of our host, you can join in the Merenge Dance Class, feel your partner’s heartbeat, sing just like Lisa and make that dancing in the aisles really dirty…

Join in all the magic moments and boo rotten Robbie, hiss tarty Vivian, scream for Johnny, go aahh for Baby and shout “Creep” for Neil, the slimy uncle’s boy, Max’s slimy Nephew.

And remember, “Nobody puts Baby in the corner”. This is your chance to show Patrick and Jennifer how it’s done.

Johnny Cash & June Carter Tribute

Sep 18-19, Crumlin Road Gaol, £20

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Crumlin Road Gaol presents the Johnny Cash Tribute concert to celebrate the music of one of America’s greatest music performers in a unique and authentic show.

Just like Johnny Cash took the stage in his famous gig in Folsom Prison, he will perform some of his biggest hits live at ‘The Crum’. Capturing the unmistakable sound of the ‘man in black’, and accompanied by June Carter and band, you will experience what it was like to be at a real Cash show.

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