Jacqueline’s Pick of What’s On this week across NI.


The first round of the North of Ireland Karting Association summer championship takes place this Saturday 1st March at Kirkistown Racing Cicuit. The event is a short circuit karting meeting organised by the 500 Motor Racing Club of Ireland.  The meeting features direct drive junior and senior classes.


For one night only – Thursday 27th Febuary, the Strule Arts Centre show their appreciation to the talented Northern Irish Poet Seamus Heaney.  Come along and hear some of the most popular and revered poems being read by some well known individuals and locals who have a love for poetry.  The evening will also include some light musical entertainment.


See Brendan Grace live on stage Wednesday 26th February at the Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen.  The greatest family comedian of our generation proudly celebrates 42 years in the comedy business. Brendan’s latest show features some brand new material and some ‘Old Favourites’ from his vast repertoire.


The Riverside Theatre Coleraine will be rocked to the core as never seen before on Saturday March 1st at 7.30pm, when the Wrestling Superstars invade Coleraine.  Coming from successful tours in France, Spain, Japan, Germany, the United States, Mexico and beyond, this night promises to leave your hair standing, heart pumping and your blood boiling!


‘Nivelli’s War’ tells the dramatic story of Ernst, a six year old boy evacuated to the countryside from Frankfurt in World War II. When the war ends Ernst finds himself alone with no idea how to get home again. When all seems lost a mysterious stranger comes to his aid; a man who knows the true value of magic. As they travel together, through a war torn world, the stranger instils in the boy a love of conjuring which will last his whole life.  Nivelli’s War is inspired by a true story and is a vivid and moving theatrical account of an incredible journey and a lasting friendship. This enchanting production at the Market Place Theatre Armagh on Friday 28th February is a play suitable for age 7+, featuring music, magic and illusion.


Bann Valley Community Group present the Award Winning Johnny Cash and June Carter Tribute Show in Clady Hall on Saturday 1st March.   Tickets available from McCanns furniture shop, Clady post office and Clady Shop.


The Waterfront Hall is the venue for the Mind, Body, Spirit Show this Sunday afternoon. Covering complementary health, spiritual awareness, personal development and lots of pampering! This show is the largest of its type in Ireland. Its central feature is the Experience Zone where you can try out a range of activities from reflexology to an Indian head massage. There will be a host of inspirational and uplifting seminars and workshops, from aura photography to zen and from amazing fortune tellers to zumba classes.