Monthly Archives: August, 2016

Quest for the Sacred Feminine – an exciting new course at the Navan Centre

An exploration of the feminine in ancient and contemporary spirituality with Grace Clunie M.A. The Centre for Celtic Spirituality and Kate Fitzpatrick B.Tech teacher of mythological and indigenous wisdom traditions. This course is a journey to uncover and hear the call of the Sacred Feminine. Through the Old Testament and the Gospels, the Desert Mothers […]

Cultures of the world converge at Mount Stewart Conversations

Excitement builds as more details emerge on how Mount Stewart Conversations will unite global acts in a weekend of inspiring debate, arts and culture. Mount Stewart will open its doors to world renowned academics, thought leaders and performers for Mount Stewart Conversations on the 17 and 18 September – a weekend festival that will bring […]


The Market Place Theatre in Armagh is playing host to William Caulfield’s Country & Comedy Show, which kicks off the Autumn | Winter season of events. Top comedian William Caulfield guarantees a night of music and laughter with his special guest, award winning Country singer Seany Mac. William is no stranger to audiences at The […]

Smeg Pop-up Restaurant set to sparkle

Set to dazzle Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink, the Hillsborough International Oyster Festival presents it’s Gourmet Pop-up Restaurant on Thursday 1st September 2016. Sponsored by stylish kitchen appliance provider Smeg, the evening’s four-course menu will be prepared by top local chefs, with guests also being treated to a special appearance from top chef […]

BBC Good Food Show’s First Northern Ireland Appearance

At Belfast Waterfront From Friday 14 – Sunday 16 October. Doors will be open from 9am – 6pm every day. Be Entertained Take a seat in front of a host of Britain’s most popular chefs, whilst soaking up the exciting Supertheatre environment. Learn top tips and prized recipes straight from the mouths of experts. Paul […]


Northern Ireland boasts a unique collection of irresistible places to stay including quirky B&Bs, luxurious spa hotels and hidden gem properties for an ideal short break and Discover NI has selected the best offers of the week for you to choose from. Bed and Bubbles, Tullylagan Country House Hotel, Co. Tyrone, £89 per couple. Tullylagan […]


Tourism NI has put together a list of 10 exciting things to do in Northern Ireland next week (August 29 – September 4). Hillsborough International Oyster Festival & British Street Awards, Co. Down, until September 4. Now in its 24th year, the Hillsborough International Oyster Festival is set to return from Tuesday 30th August to […]

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

Down Bring your picnic and settle down on the lawn this Sunday afternoon with your family and friends to enjoy an afternoon of jazz in the beautiful gardens at Mount Stewart. Sorry no BBQs. Normal National Trust admission charges apply. Armagh The Portadown Phoenix Players present ‘OKLAHOMA’. Oklahoma tells the love story between Curly, a […]

Fermanagh Gets Ready For Its First Restaurant Week 16th – 25th September 2016

As part of the NI Year of Food & Drink 2016, Fermanagh Lakeland Tourism together with the Fermanagh food trade are organising the first ever Fermanagh Restaurant Week, from Friday 16th – Sunday 25th September 2016. This event will coincide with Festival Lough Erne, Fermanagh’s food and water festival taking place in the grounds of […]

Unleash Your Creativity at the Crescent Arts Centre!

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn – we’ve been waiting for you as the new term brings with it the Crescent Arts Centre’s Autumn programme! This term we want you to Unleash Your Creativity at the Crescent and we have lots of new and exciting classes, workshops and events lined up for you! Some new classes include: […]