Monthly Archives: November, 2013

LOUGH NEAGH PARTNERSHIP LAUNCHES CHRISTMAS AT THE LOUGH






Northern Ireland Tourist Board’s newest recognised destination, which surrounds the UK and Ireland’s largest lake, is getting ready to celebrate Christmas with a record number of twinkle filled activities scheduled for the enjoyment of visitors to Lough Neagh & Its Waterways in 2013. Visitors to the Lough Neagh destination can take a stroll around the […]






Crowds flock to Little Red Riding Hood at the Waterfront!






Little Red Riding Hood – the Christmas pantomime – has now opened at Belfast Waterfront, with crowds flocking to the venue to be among the first to see this magical, fun-filled adventure… and find out who’s afraid of the big bad wolf! The atmosphere has been electric in the Waterfront Studio with excited children (and […]






BEANNCHOR HITS THE RIGHT NOTE AS NEW VENUES SERVE UP A TASTE OF NORTHERN IRELAND






Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter is set to welcome a vibrant addition to its cultural and culinary scene this week, as the Beannchor Group opens its newest venture. Set on Hill Street, in a four-storey listed building dating back to the 18th century, the exciting new entertainment complex comprises a bar and live music venue called The […]






Come to Holywood for some Christmas Cheer!






The Holywood Christmas Switch On is taking place this Saturday, 30th November and will include an action packed programme with entertainment for all the family in Holywood Town Centre. The highlight of the day will be Santa arriving on a Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service fire engine to help The Mayor, Councillor Andrew Muir […]






David O’Doherty at the Alley This Weekend






This weekend TV Stand Up Comedian David O’Doherty will take to the stage this Saturday 30th November with his new show “Will Try To Fix Everything”. In 2000 he wrote a book for children, Ronan Long Gets it Wrong that Mammoth Storybooks in London published and performed his first full show The Story of the […]






Essential information for Lumiere Derry~Londonderry






Thur 28th Nov – Sun 1st December 5.30pm – 10pm Over four magical nights from the 28th November to 1st December, Lumiere Festival will be transforming Derry~Londonderry city centre. Having attracted over 175,000 people when it was held in Durham earlier this month, we are expecting a large volume of people to be coming to […]






Hassle Free Christmas Shopping at Bangor Tourist Information Centre






Bangor Tourist Information Centre is your one stop shop for a stress free Christmas shopping experience, with an array of ideas for gifts and stocking fillers we can help make light work of any Christmas shopping list. Bangor Tourist Information Centre located at Tower House on Quay Street is a treasure trove of beautiful jewellery, […]






St Joseph’s Brass Band and Local Schools will bring ‘The Snowman’ to Life






A true piece of Christmas magic – believe it or not, this is the 31st anniversary of the film adaptation of Raymond Biggs enduring Christmas Tale ‘The Snowman’. Delight your family this Christmas with the enchanting animated film, The Snowman, shown on a big screen, accompanied by St Joseph’s Brass Band as they inject tingle-down-the-spine […]






STRABANE MAKES WAY FOR BROADWAY BLOCKBUSTER IN AID OF CLIC SARGENT






The Strabane based, Black Air Theatre Group, has joined focus with a number of local preforming arts schools to script, choreograph and produce a Broadway musical blockbuster event. Due to take place in December at the Alley Theatre, this special event will be raising money for  Northern Ireland’s leading cancer charity for children and young […]






Ulster Orchestra presents Moments of Mendelssohn at Theatre at The Mill






The Ulster Orchestra treats audiences to a very special evening of beautiful music featuring three of the composer Mendelssohn’s most popular pieces for one night only at Theatre at The Mill on Thursday 21st November. The performance will open with Mendelssohn’s Overture, inspired by a boat visit to the isle of Staffa in 1829 despite […]