Monthly Archives: February, 2015

10 Exciting Things to do Next Week in NI!






The Northern Ireland Tourist Board (NITB) has put together a list of 10 exciting things to do in Northern Ireland next week (March 2 – 8). Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle, Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich, Falls Road, Belfast, March 8. Three members of the BBC acclaimed Transatlantic Sessions will play here as part […]






Jacqueline from whatsonni.com shares her pick of What’s On this weekend across NI






Down Explore the 40,000 year old world of the Ice Age, when Ireland was covered with snow, ice, and some unusual creatures at WWT Castle Espie this Saturday and Sunday.  See how the ice made valleys and shaped our scenery.  Take part in interactive activities, discover what’s hidden in our little icebergs and help build […]






Ahoy Buccaneers and Pirate Fans – Have a Swashbuckling Easter in Bangor!






Want to be a pirate or a princess for the day? This Easter Monday, April 6, pirates will run amok in Bangor! If you would like to join in the fun and take part in the pirate-themed parade, then this is your opportunity to be part of it! The spectacular parade will be taking place […]






EXPERIENCES OF NORTHERN IRELAND’S VISIBLE MINORITIES TAKE CENTRE STAGE






Racist slogans, burning vehicles, and residents forced out of their homes this January. Last year’s annual Human Rights and Racial Equality Benchmarking Report from the Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities highlighted 982 racist incidents in 2013-2014 compared with 750 the previous year, an increase of 31%, and in the same period a staggering 47% […]






Jake the Snake Charmer celebrates St. Patrick’s Day @ Navan






Patrick coming to Armagh and the existence of Navan Fort go hand in hand and so it is only fitting that you chose the Navan Centre & Fort as one of your must see places this St. Patrick’s Day. On Saturday 14th March, enjoy a very different celebration of St. Patrick as we dramatise why […]






Sarah Braves Beautiful Benone to Launch NICHS’s Run to Remember Sunset Run






Local TV presenter Sarah Travers braved the freezing conditions along with Northern Ireland Chest, Heart & Stroke’s Fundraising Director Kerry Anderson to call for runners (or walkers) to join them at NICHS’s Run to Remember at Benone 10km/5km on 14th March 2015. Run to Remember Benone took place in September 2013 and attracted 120 participants […]






CALL FOR ARMAGH CRAFT FAIR APPLICANTS






Armagh City & District Council in partnership with the Craft & Design Collective invite you to apply for participation in Armagh Craft Fair 2015. Now in its fifth year, ‘Armagh Craft Fair’ is getting bigger and better and this year the fair is on the move to a brand new location! Armagh Craft Fair will […]






10 Exciting Things to do in NI Next Week






The Northern Ireland Tourist Board (NITB) has put together a list of 10 exciting things to do in Northern Ireland next week (February 23- March 1). Open Night at Armagh Planetarium, College Hill, Armagh, Co Armagh, February 24. To experience the marvels of the Universe you should see them for yourself with your own eyes […]






Jacqueline from whatsonni.com shares her pick of what’s on this weekend across NI






Down Join Krafty Kids every Saturday until the end of March at Ards Arts Centre for some  hands-on, fun filled, art packed class for Saturday morning creative adventures such a  Pirates of the High Seas, Cowboys and Indians adventures and more.  Try a different adventure each week! Suitable for 5 – 11 years Armagh Ecology […]






LEADING RESTAURANT GROUP HAS ACQUIRED “MOST ROMANTIC” COUNTRY HOUSE HOTEL






One of Northern Ireland’s emerging chefs has been appointed by the new owners to head up the kitchens at Ardtara Country House….with buffalo meat top of his menu. Eddie Attwell, 28, twice a Roux scholarship finalist, and who once worked in the kitchens at L’Enclume, a Michelin two-star restaurant in the English Lake District, was […]