Join the Cancer fund for Children on their family-friendly Winter Woolly Walk at Tollymore Forest Park, Newcastle on 25th February 2017. It’s the perfect excuse to kick off the winter blues and rally your friends and family together for a lovely walk in the fresh air, whilst also raising funds for local families affected by cancer. It costs just £5 per adult to register and kids (under 16) go free! Pick a walk near you. If the walk in Tollymore Forest Park doesn’t suit you, here are 7 other walks taking place at locations across the country.
The amazing Celtic Mindfulness event is making a return to the Navan Centre & Fort, Armagh on the 25th & 26th February. This is a unique healing experience of the land and energy. The perfect way to create inner calmness, helping steer you through the year ahead. Music, Myth and Mediation will be used to awaken your Celtic soul. Creating focus positivity and stillness for the mind. Workshops during the event will be facilitated by the excellent Sandra Nelson and Kate Fitzpatrick.
Brendan Grace, the sanctimonious priest, knows more than he’s telling this Wednesday 22nd February at the Ardhowen Theatre. Then there’s the schoolboy with the unspeakable personal habits and a fine line in sympathy pleas. Brendan Grace is all of these and more. His material owes more to the best of the traditional stand-up-comics than it does to modern alternative humour and this is very much a show for all the family.
It’s been over 20 years since Frances Black and Kieran Goss last toured together. In the intervening years both artists have enjoyed huge international success in their respective solo careers, but it was the inspired pairing of these unique talents as a duo in the early ‘90s that first caught the imagination of the Irish public. Now for the first time in Cookstown they reunite for a special show at the Burnavon Theatre, Friday 24th February.
From the producers of ‘Do You Come Here Often’ and after two sell out tours, George Jones will host a brand new show, Rock N Roll Years and Dance Hall Days, celebrating songs from the 50’s and 60’s this Thursday 23rd February at the Millennium Forum. Featuring the music of iconic stars such as Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee, Neil Sedaka, Patsy Cline, Dusty Springfield and Petula Clark to the early Rock ‘n’ Roll songs from Elvis and the Four Seasons. Starring Clubsound, Joe Mac, Margo Burns, Janet McCartney and Trevor Kelly. This is a celebration of music not to be missed!
Join The Dunsilly Hotel on Sunday 26th February for their Wedding Show. In house specialists will provide all the information and consultation required to make your special day complete. There will be a great variety of local exhibitors showcasing Wedding dresses, Wedding cars and everything you will need for your wedding day. They will be on hand to give advice and assistance to make all of your ideas come to life.
Off The Rails this Saturday 25th February is a family friendly trail, where you get to explore Titanic Quarter searching for clues to the area’s shipbuilding and maritime heritage past all with a scientific twist. The Wee Tram will ferry everyone around the area, accompanied by a guide and a treasure map with all the clues! Stops include the Pump-House, where you will find out about the engineering brilliance of the original pumps. Immerse yourself in Titanic’s history as you walk along the Dry-Dock where the mighty liner was finished. The Wee Tram will be stopping along the original rail tracks from the coal cart rails on the slipways, the tram rails at HMS Caroline and the steam crane rails alongside the Thompson Dock. Meeting point: Titanic Sign, next to Titanic Belfast Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02890 730490 £6 per person.
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