The Tale of the Third City

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The Harp Bar

As we all now know, the Harp Bar in Hill Street was home to the Belfast Punx. It was here the two communities came together, both Middle and working classes a like. It's where lifelong friendship started, in some cases even marriage, and those bounds of friendship that sprang to life all those years ago, in that run down stripjoint have never faded. If you ever get the chance to visit any of the new locations / venues scattered about the city centre, such as The Voodoo lounge or the Limelight or even the Empire. You will surely bump into some of those old faces, most of whom still haven't yet grow up, grown old yes but always young at heart. That old saying "once a Punk always a Punk" is very true indeed, some habbits never die!

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These extracts have been taken from first dratf chapters, even though they are displayed on this site they may not necessarily appear in the book, but I can assure you without any doubt whatsoever, they most certainly are part and parcel of the "Trilogy Story"! So if you buy the Book, you like it and want to read the Chapters that are not included, they will be available from this site! Remember its 40 years of memories and 5 years of research!

I would also like point out, that we are in search of photos of the era, so if you can help please send copies of whatever you have to, photos@thepunktrilogy.co.uk don't forget to leave your details so we can credit you. Thanks





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