Our Societies


This is a new initiative being promoted by the Club; so, if you have an interest that you would like to pursue with other Club members, please let us know.

We know that many of our reciprocal Clubs have healthy clubs and societies within their clubs, run by Members for fellow Members to enjoy. Examples of these are bridge, fishing, walking, investment, historical societies and appreciation groups for topics such as art or literature.
We would be keen to facilitate similar bodies and our social media channels would be an ideal way to organise and promote these. With all of this in mind, if you are interested in participating in such groups, or have any other interest you would like to share with like-minded Members, please contact our Membership Relations Manager, christina@ulsterreformclub.com, or on our new private facebook page.

  • Art Society

    Our next Art Society Event will be on Tuesday 16th April in the Old Billliards Room We are back and delighted to say that we have secured local artist, Rosie McGurran RUA, as our first speaker of 2019.

    Rosie was born in Belfast and received her degree in Fine Art from the Ulster University in 1992. She was a member of Queen Street Studios, Belfast, in the 1990s, before relocating to the small village of Roundstone on the west coast of Ireland in 2000. Rosie still lives in Roundstone where she runs an art gallery and a successful annual island residency, The Inishlacken Project, for artists from around the world.

    Rosie has curated many exhibitions in Ireland and abroad, while receiving awards and bursaries for her own work, such as The Arts Council of Northern Ireland Fellowship to the British School in Rome, The Victor Treacy Award and The Conor Prize at the Royal Ulster Academy. Her work has been shown in Iceland, Italy, Norway, France, the UK and most recently in the USA.

    We are delighted that she has agreed to share her work and experiences with us.

    The format will be as follows:

    Arrive: 11.45

    Talk : noon

    Reception drink:1pm

    Lunch: 1.15

    Price: £15 to include glass of wine or Armagh Apple Juice, main course, coffee and shortbread

  • Fly Fishing Society

    ​This newly formed Society has been set up by Member, Mr Michael Moore. There has been a good response and we hope to have some events by early May 2016.

    If you would like to be kept informed please contact christina@ulsterreformclub.com

  • Bridge Society

    ​Our Bridge Society meets on Monday mornings in the Antrim Room (unless unavailable) from 10.30-12.30.

    New Members are always welcome, Members are encouraged to bring guests.