Monthly Archives: April, 2010

General Fiasco interrupt European Tour to Headline Lark in the Park Sat 1st May






General Fiasco, the three piece band hailing from mid-Ulster are on a roll at the minute. Following the successful release of their debut album “Buildings” the boys are currently in the middle of a European Tour, but are breaking away to headline the 2nd Lark in the Park Festival in Moira on Saturday night. If […]






Market steps back in time to remember forgotten skills






St George’s Market is offering modern shoppers the chance to step back in time and learn some long forgotten skills. Over the next two months, the market will be hosting a series of demonstrations and workshops on traditional skills which were part of everyday life for our forebearers but have fallen by the wayside in […]






Hear ye, hear ye, be in attendance for the Medieval May Day of free family fun in the fair town centre of Holywood on 3 May.






When you think of medieval times it evokes images of chivalrous knights battling on muddy fields, fair maidens dancing around Maypoles and festivals of celebration much like the Medieval May Day event that takes place in Holywood on 3 May, from 10am – 4pm. Medieval May Day in Holywood, organised by North Down Borough Council […]






Magherafelt Summer Festivals, Full of Family Fun!






With the Magherafelt Launch of Summer Festivals just around the corner, find out what’s happening in the district with something to capture everyone’s imagination….






Holocaust survivor set to open Northern Ireland’s Anne Frank Exhibition






Strabane’s Alley Theatre is set to host the Northern Ireland launch of the award winning Anne Frank (+You} exhibition this May, a stunning exhibition which examines the life of Anne Frank and the legacy of her unique diary which still has a message to share with everyone in Northern Ireland today. Assisting the launch will be […]






‘Chill out’ on Sundays at the Crescent






A new way to ‘chill out’ on a Sunday afternoon begins this coming weekend, with a unique crèche for adults. Belfast City Council’s new ‘Electronic Crèche’ is opening in the newly refurbished Crescent Arts Centre from 1pm – 4pm every Sunday, from 25 April.