Jacqueline from whatsonni.com shares her pick of whats on this weekend across NI


Gimme gimme gimme a fabulous night out! Oh thank you for the music! After a string of sell out shows, one of the UK’s leading ABBA tribute bands, The Bjorn Identity, makes its first stop at Portico in Portaferry this Saturday 27th February.


For help with planning your wedding, visit the Armagh City Hotel Wedding Show this Sunday 28th February. There will be over 50 exhibitors, samples and discounts and a bridal fashion show. Special show offer and competitions on the day. Entry is free.


Joe McCadden Management presents The Fureys this Saturday 27th February at the Ardhowen Theatre. Renowned for their hit songs ‘I Will Love You’, ‘When You Were Sweet Sixteen’, ‘The Green Fields Of France and many more, The Fureys have been entertaining audiences worldwide for many years. Along with all their hits, they will also be including songs from their recent album ‘The Times They Are A Changing’.


The Glenavon Hotel Cookstown are delighted to be hosting their annual Bridal Fayre this Sunday 28th February 2016. A perfect opportunity to view the hotel. There will be a number of exhibitors onsite to help with all you wedding needs and this year the highlight off the fayre will be a fabulous Bridal Fashion Show.


ANNIE, the world’s favourite family musical, comes to the Millennium Forum for one week only from Tuesday 23rd until Saturday 27th February. Starring Birds of a Feather star Lesley Joseph as the tyrannical Miss Hannigan, this much loved show returns to the city to delight its legions of local fans.


Join Dara, artisan bread making expert of Ursa Minor Bakehouse, and learn how to make true artisan pizza from scratch at Dalriada House Ballycastle this Sunday 28th February. If you aspire to make great pizza at home, then this workshop is for you. You will learn how to mix the dough, shape the base, learn about sauces, toppings, cheese and take home the skills needed to bake a delicious pizza at home!


Titanic Belfast’s Ocean Exploration Centre is delighted to join forces with RSPB Northern Ireland, Ulster Wildlife & Queens University to bring two weekends of family-friendly activities to NI Science Festival 2016! Find out what happens when biology meets technology with the interactive Queen’s University tracking station and join the Ocean Exploration Centre’s crew in the experiments and demonstrations which explain some of the fascinating science behind how our oceans operate. Admission is free and booking is not required.

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