Here are Jacqueline’s pick of family events taking place this weekend across NI.


E2A Inclusive Theatre Group is presenting ANNIE the Musical. This unique and innovative group comprises of individuals of all ages with and without learning or physical disabilities.  The show includes talented performers with downs syndrome & ASD (Autism) to bring a remarkable theatre experience. Featuring well known songs including  Tomorrow, Never Fully Dressed without a Smile, Maybe and Little Girls. Opens Friday 26th April at 7.30 with other shows Saturday 27th April at 2.30pm & 7.30pm with the final show Sunday 28th April at 2.30pm. Tickets are only £5.00 each and the venue is the Parish Centre, Scarva Road, Banbridge. For all our County Down events click HERE


Following his laugh a minute, sold out performance at the Bardic last February, Ireland’s number one comedian Conal Gallen is coming back for one night only on Saturday 27th April for what promises to be one of the funniest shows you are ever likely to see.  Making a welcome return to one of his favourite venues, his show is littered with hilarious jokes, stories and songs. For all our County Tyrone listings click  HERE.


The Waterways Ireland Fishing Classic, Enniskillen takes place this weekend and runs through until 3rd May.   The main event of the Fermanagh match fishing season, attracting up to 250 anglers from N Ireland, ROI, GB, Germany, Austria and other countries.  For all our County Fermangh listings click  HERE.


Upperlands Royal British Legion would like to invite you to an evening of Cultural Music on Friday 26th April 2013 from 8pm with acts including  Ballybriest Pipe Band – World Champions, Songs, Drums, Accordions, Dancer, School Choir and Storyteller. Come along for a great evening out. Everyone welcome. Admission £5 pay at door or tickets available from June’s Upperlands, Culnady Shop, Tamlaght Shop or Upperlands Royal British Legion. P7 and below entry FREE.  For all our County Derry/Londonderry listings click HERE.


The Argory Armagh is the venue for  their famous Vintage Rally this Saturday. Hundreds of vintage vehicles will descend upon the Argory for what is a must-see event for all vehicle enthusiasts. Normal National Trust admission fees apply, members free.  For all our County Armagh listings click HERE.


Frock Around the Clock, which since 2008 is Ireland’s longest-running vintage fair, makes its second visit to Lisburn in the historic Castle House from 11am-5pm on Saturday 27th April. Around 50 of Ireland’s best vintage sellers will be showcasing a rich array of time-travelled treasures from the early 1900s to the 1980s.  There will be something for everyone with a taste for vintage, at prices to suit all budgets, including clothing, fashion accessories, jewellery, homeware, furniture, dolls, bears and other collectables, and much, much more!  It won’t cost you a penny to browse for a vintage bargain with free entry for all.  For all County Antrim listings click HERE.

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