Irish language plays a pivotal role in this centre for culture and arts. Housed in a former Presbyterian church, and named after two 19th-century protagonists of the Irish language revival, the centre was established in 1991 and has a restaurant, theatre, art gallery and book & gift shop. Monthly ceilis (Irish music and dancing nights) go down a storm with the tourists. Culturlann is also the official West Belfast tourist information point (open Mon-Fri 09.30-17.30). Ask the friendly staff about events, tours, art trails and accommodation in the city and beyond.