Monthly Archives: May, 2016

Guided Walking Tours of Armagh City

As a small and compact city, guided walking tours are one of the best ways to explore the Ancient Cathedral City of Armagh. Tours take place every Wednesday through to Saturday at 11.00am and again at 1.00 pm beginning on Wednesday 15th June until Saturday 27th August. There is plenty of sightseeing to do in […]


Tourism NI has put together a list of 10 exciting things to do in Northern Ireland next week (June 06- June 12). High Tea at Sea, Strangford, Co. Down, until September 18. Enjoy an early brunch or afternoon tea with a difference! See the sights of Strangford Lough before stopping off in a beautiful spot […]

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

Down Bangor’s popular maritime event returns this weekend for 2016 featuring a tented village, food fayre, live entertainment and children’s activities.  Sailing into Bangor for the event is the impressive tall ship “The Mercedes” which will be moored alongside The Eisenhower Pier and open to the public for both days of the festival.  If you […]


The Market Place Theatre in Armagh is set to host a variety of musical styles over the coming week as the entertainment hots up for Summer. For a relaxed Sunday afternoon, why not join Antrim Community Choir, The Henry Girls and Ruth Carr as they present ‘A Poem For A Song’, a journey into a […]

Bright Sparks Summer Camp

Calling all budding scientists! Bright Sparks is W5’s unique and exciting week-long summer camp for inquisitive young minds aged 8 to 11. Participants in Bright Sparks will get hands-on in a range of exciting, science-based activities such as crime labs, rocket races, animation and building challenges. Each day will have its own theme and our […]

Tourism Ireland opens the door to Game of Thrones® in Ballintoy

~ 6th ‘Door of Thrones’ unveiled as Tourism Ireland’s 2016 Game of Thrones® campaign continues to showcase Northern Ireland to millions of fans worldwide ~ 31 May 2016 – Episode six of season six of Game of Thrones® aired last night (Monday, 30 May) and Tourism Ireland unveiled its latest ‘Door of Thrones’ – this […]

Stendhal Line-up revealed!

Ireland’s Best Small Festival is back and better than ever Stendhal Festival of Art, winner of Ireland’s Best Small Festival 2013, 2014 and 2015, has revealed the musical delights in store for all the guests visiting Ballymully Cottage Farm, Limavady, this August 12 and 13. The all-encompassing arts extravaganza has announced that this year there […]


Tourism NI has put together a list of 10 exciting things to do in Northern Ireland next week (May 30- June 05). Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival, Ballycastle and Rathlin Island, Co.  Antrim, May 27 – June 05. Celebrating the culture, cuisine and coastal treasures of Rathlin Island and its surroundings, the ten-day Rathlin Sound Maritime […]

Jacqueline from shares her pick of What’s On this Bank Holiday Weekend across NI

Down Northern Ireland’s only  Puppet Festival dedicated entirely to puppets is back to thrill and delight with a jammed programme of puppet performance, workshops and general puppetry shenanigans. Taking place at venues across Ards, 28th to 30th May, this is a unique and fun filled treat for children of all ages… Power to the Puppets! […]


Belfast Bar, The Cloth Ear has the perfect solution for those looking to spice up the Bank Holiday weekend, as its first ever Chilli Festival takes place Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th May. As part of the festivities, the heat has been turned up on The Cloth Ear’s menu with a range of delicious new […]