Here we have the best Belfast Quotes from famous authors such as Tom Holland, Gary Moore, Paula Malcomson, Jimmy White, Carl Frampton. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
Belfast is a city which, while not forgetting its past, is living comfortably with its present and looking forward to its future.
We have to show the E.U. and show Ireland that our commitment to the Belfast Good Friday agreement is absolutely unconditional.
When I was growing up, Belfast City Hall was surrounded by security, and we had no access to it. But now, people come in and out of it all the time. On a nice day, office workers and students sit on the lawn outside and have lunch. It’s great to see how Northern Ireland has changed. To be part of that is fantastic.
When we went to Belfast we saw some beautiful countryside and coastlines.
The thirties were troublesome in Belfast, and then of course there was no work for people, and it was terribly religiously divided.
I think the poetry that came out of Belfast, and especially the Queen’s University set, in the 1970s and ’80s – you know, Paul Muldoon and Seamus Heaney, Derek Mahon and Ciaran Carson – that was probably the finest body of work since the Gaelic renaissance, up there with the work of Yeats and Synge and Lady Gregory.
Belfast is great.
I love Belfast, because of the way that people here love their snooker. And I won my first professional tournament here in 1981. It was at the King’s Hall and I beat Doug Mountjoy in the final. That victory will always be pretty special for me.