Here are Jacqueline’s pick of events taking place this weekend across Northern Ireland.


The pottery workshop at Ards Arts Centre on Saturday 2nd March will introduce you to the art of throwing on a potter’s wheel.  Even if you have never tried to throw before, come and have a go – you will be surprised!  Beginners and children 12+ welcome. Facilitated by experienced teacher and artist, Donald Nelson. For all our County Down events click HERE.


An Creagán are hosting a Mrs. Brown’s Boys Quiz Night  Friday 1st March at 9pm, tables of 4 are £10.  A  great nights entertainment so be sure to take out your Mrs. Brown’s Boys box set to brush up on your knowledge!! Various prizes to be won, fancy dress optional and a prize for the best costume on the night.  For all our County Tyrone listings click  HERE.


The Enniskillen Drama Festival 2013 includes performances of Tarry Flynn, How I Learned to Drive,  Eden, Poor Beast in the Rain and When we are Married.  Book tickets with the Ardhowen Theatre.  For all our County Fermangh listings click HERE


Free family fun cycle to be held in Bellaghy on Saturday 2nd March at noon. Short cycle aimed at kids accompanied by their parents just for fun. As part of Bellaghy Pioneers Association’s “Bellaghy Gets Fun Day”, an all day event in the town with everything from Treasure Hunts and football matches to art competitions, finishing off in the evening with mass and concert with local talent.    For all our County Derry/Londonderry listings click HERE.


The Ballymoor Grousebeaters meet Ballygobackwards this Friday at the Market Place Theatre.   A wonderful night of cabaret nostalgia featuring two of the North’s best loved cabaret acts. Clubsound, Ireland’s premier comedy showband, were part of the Ulster heartbeat through the troubles and helped people forget their worries. Special guest is Jimmy Cricket from the fictional town of Ballygobackwards – the Irish comedian with the funny hat, who wears his wellies on the wrong feet and regularly gets a letter from his Mammy.  For all our County Armagh listings click HERE.


The Decadence Vintage Bridal Fair is taking place at Belfast’s Malone House on Sunday 3rd March.  This prestigious event, evoking all the charm and romance of a bygone era within relaxed and luxurious surroundings, has been dedicated to providing vintage inspiration to the 21st Century bride since 2010, and the glittering extravaganza of vintage glamour and elegance makes planning a wedding a pleasurable and memorable experience for creative couples.  For all County Antrim listings click HERE.