Victoria Square Says Thank You for the Memories with a Month-Long Celebration to Mark 10th Birthday

Jessica McCartney from Belfast, who turns 10 in March, helps to kick start Victoria Square’s big 10th Birthday celebrations. Victoria Square opened to the public on 6th March 2008 and over the last 10 years has grown to become Northern Ireland’s leading retail and leisure destination. Throughout March, Victoria Square is saying thank you for the memories with a fantastic range of promotions, offers, events and a massive £10,000 worth of giveaways, as the centre goes into full on celebration mode. From the beginning of the month, the mall will be bedecked with an impressive floral installation and on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th March, a big birthday shopping weekend will offer an array of exclusive offers across the centre. For further information, visit www.victoriasquare.com or connect with Victoria Square on Facebook @victoriasquarebelfast Twitter @Victoria_Square and Instagram, @victoriasqbelfast using the hashtag #VSQ10 Pictures by Darren Kidd, Press Eye.

Northern Ireland’s leading leisure and retail destination, Victoria Square turns 10 in March and is saying thank you for the memories with a host of exclusive events and over £10,000 worth of giveaways to celebrate its big birthday.

From the beginning of the month, the mall will be bedecked with an impressive floral installation and on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th March, a big birthday shopping weekend will offer an array of exclusive offers across the centre.

Throughout March, shoppers will benefit from a fantastic range of promotions, offers, giveaways and events, as Victoria Square goes into full on celebration mode.

Live music on the mall will create a party atmosphere, as Victoria Square partners with the Oh Yeah Music Centre to host 10 live performances from up and coming local artists. To mark the official anniversary on Tuesday 6th March, five children who share the same birthday will join in the celebrations with a private 10th birthday party in the dome.

During the 10th birthday month, customers will also have the chance to win an array of prizes and VSQ experiences. A massive £10,000 worth of Victoria Square prizes will dished out through giveaways on the mall and in partnership with Visit Belfast, Cool FM and Q Radio. A special arcade machine in the centre from 16th-25th March will offer visitors the chance to win fantastic gifts, ranging in value from £5 – £500, with proceeds going to Victoria Square’s chosen charities for 2018.

Victoria Square’s iconic dome will act as showcase area for a range of prize-winning artistic creations, submitted through a public art competition to mark its 10th birthday. The 10 winning artworks, which draw their inspiration from Belfast over the last decade, were judged by local artist, Aly Harte following a public art competition that attracted a staggering 1000 entries.

A Mother’s Day Fayre on 10th and 11th March and Easter activities kicking off on 30th March will bring further buzz and excitement to the centre during the 10th anniversary month.

For further information, visit www.victoriasquare.com Share your Victoria Square memories on Facebook @victoriasquarebelfast Twitter @Victoria_Square and Instagram, @victoriasqbelfast using the hashtag #VSQ10


Ahead of World Book Day (Thursday 1st March), The Merchant Hotel has announced a magical new charity partnership with the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice, which will kick off with a Harry Potter themed fundraiser later this month.

Ahead of World Book Day (Thursday 1st March), Gavin Carroll, General Manager, The Merchant Hotel, joins Shea Clarke, The Cloth Ear and Jonathan Lamberton from NI Children’s Hospice to launch a magical new charity partnership, which will kick off with a Harry Potter themed fundraiser. Over the course of the next 12 months, The Merchant will host a range of fundraising events in aid of NI Children’s Hospice, starting with a Harry Potter themed pub quiz in The Cloth Ear on 28th March (over 18’s only). To register a team, visit https://merchant.glistrr.com/e/112 or call The Cloth Ear on 028 9026 2719.

The JK Rowling bestseller is the subject of the first in a series of bi-monthly pub quizzes, which will take place in The Cloth Ear to raise much-needed funds for the charity.

Trivia lovers are being invited to delve into the wonderful world of Harry Potter and put their wizarding knowledge to the test at the special quiz on Wednesday 28th March. There will be prizes for the best dressed witch or wizard and the team with the most creative name, as well as Harry Potter themed drinks on offer (over 18 only).

Throughout the yearlong partnership, The Merchant will host a range of fundraising events and initiatives, including an ambassador dinner event.

Gavin Carroll, general manager, The Merchant Hotel said: “We are proud to partner with NI Children’s Hospice and are looking forward to hosting a range of events over the course of the next year to raise funds for this fantastic local charity.”

Katie Pollock, Head of Fundraising at NI Hospice said: “Each year, we rely on partnerships and events to raise funds, which in turn enables us to offer specialist paediatric palliative care to children with life limiting and terminal conditions. For families caring for a sick child, Hospice support is invaluable. We are delighted that The Merchant has chosen to support our work this year and look forward to an exciting and action packed partnership.”

The Harry Potter Quiz is the first in a series of themed pub quizzes that will take place in The Cloth Ear throughout the year. Entry costs £5 per person and a maximum of 6 people are permitted per team. To register, visit https://merchant.glistrr.com/e/112 or call The Cloth Ear on 028 9026 2719. Entrance is strictly for over 18s. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to NI Children’s Hospice.

COMM/ON 18 to explore mental health amongst freelance workers

COMM/ON 18, an event exploring the issue of mental health amongst freelance workers, will take place on Wednesday 14 March from 2pm – 5pm at the Black Box in Belfast as part of Imagine, The Belfast Festival of Ideas and Politics.

Founded by Adam Turkington from Seedhead Arts, a freelancer himself, the first COMM/ON event took place in March 2017.  Adam explains:

“While there are numerous advantages to working as a freelancer such as greater flexibility and control over the work you do, there are obvious downsides too such as lack of security and isolation, which can have a negative impact on mental health. 

The aim of COMM/ON is to bring freelancers of all backgrounds – artists, bakers, tailors, brewers, designers, baristas, entertainers, etc. – together in one space to share their experiences, support each other, network and collaborate. Our hope for COMM/ON is that it will start a conversation which improves the working lives of freelancers and celebrates the contribution that they make to society.”

According to a recent report from the Office for National Statistics, “…the rapid growth of self-employment has been a pronounced feature of the UK labour market in recent years. The number of self-employed increased from 3.3 million people (12.0% of the labour force) in 2001 to 4.8 million (15.1% of the labour force) in 2017.”

COMM/ON 18 will feature a range of mental health professionals and researchers who will be looking at the mental health issues that affect freelancers in particular and what can be done to address them.

COMM/ON 18 is free and open to all freelance workers, but places are limited so please register in advance – click here for tickets or search “COMM/ON 18” on Facebook to find out more.

Jacqueline shares her pick of what’s on this weekend across NI


May The Road Rise Up, this Friday at the Sean Hollywood Arts Centre Newry, is a  fast-paced, comedy rollercoaster about a woman who resolves to live life to the full no matter what it flings at her. When Mia’s boyfriend leaves her, she falls into debt and loses her job, but she still stays cheerful throughout our recessionary times.  Written by Rosemary Jenkins who is currently the writer-in-residence at the Lyric Theatre.


Empowerment for Women with Wendy Porter, The Market Place Theatre Armagh this Saturday 3rd March, is a fun, informal workshop to help you realise your potential. You will learn relaxation techniques and how to handle stress, how to find your voice and stand up for yourself, positive thinking and how to become more confident. Tickets £10.


Visit Fermanagh’s Visitor Attractions for FREE, 2nd to 4th March as part of Discover Fermanagh Open Weekend. To kick off the season, many of Fermanagh’s visitor attractions are opening their doors for free! With a wealth of visitor attractions in Fermanagh take this opportunity to visit and explore what Fermanagh has to offer.


Join Liz Weir, Storyteller, at the Burnavon on  World Book Day 2018 this Thursday 1st March,  for an inspiring story session with your child. Liz has the extraordinary ability to inspire even  the most reluctant reader.  She will tell stories  which bring words and the world to life!  Allow Liz to  stimulate your creativity and become immersed  in a world of fantasy.  Why not come dressed as your favourite book character, and really get into the world of make-believe!  2.30pm (ages 3 – 6), 4.00pm (ages 7 – 10). Admission is free.


Love the outdoors? Join Derry & Strabane District Council in exploring the greenways in the City and District at a fun family activity event entitled Love My Greenway, taking place on Saturday 3rd March at the Peace Bridge in Derry, (cityside entrance).  Taking place from 11.00 am to 3.00pm the event will feature a series of fun filled activities for all the family aimed at promoting the greenways and encouraging people to get outdoors, get active and help improve their health and well-being.


Following the success of All Shook Up, Fortwilliam Musical Society returns to Theatre at The Mill with their production of Sister Act. The stage show follows the story of Deloris Van Cartier who is in hiding in a local Convent after witnessing the criminal activity of her mobster boyfriend, set to songs Take Me to Heaven, I Could Be That Guy and Raise Your Voice. 27th February to 3rd March.


The Dirty Onion’s first Pooch Social event of 2018 is taking place this Sunday 4th March. Enjoy an afternoon of live music, BBQ and doggy fair, selling locally produced food and accessories for your dog. Your furry friends are welcome, so you can enjoy the event with your doggo!  Live music throughout the day and into the evening.  Event in aid of Lucy’s Trust dog charity who help re-home unwanted dogs.

For more details on these events and to add your events free go to whatsonni.com. Follow us on twitter @whatsonNI and on facebook at fb.com/www.whatsonni.com for news, competitions and what’s on near you.  

Game of Thrones Fans – take your seat on the Iron Throne.

Have you ever dreamed of being a King, Queen or Khaleesi?  Do you love the worldwide Book & TV hit Game of Thrones, where you win or you die?

Game of Thrones The Crown Of Joffrey Baratheon replica on display and to pose with at the Iron Throne Experience.

Unlike Ned Stark, there is no need to lose your head to achieve your dream of sitting on the iconic Iron Throne of the Kingdom of Westeros, as it will be exclusively in Bow Street Mall Lisburn in association with Q Radio, on weekends March 10th and 11th, and March 17th and 18th 2018. Open Saturday and Sunday 12pm to 6pm to the public to take their seat on the Iron Throne. Tickets available at the event and online, with no booking required.

The ‘Iron Throne Experience’ is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Calling it “impressive” is an understatement. On the epic Game of Thrones TV show, the Iron Throne was constructed by Aegon I Targaryen, the first king of the Seven Kingdoms. He made it from the swords surrendered by his enemies. Legend has it, it’s made of a thousand swords that took 59 days to hammer out into a throne. Spikes and jagged edges in every direction make this one very intimidating lounge. Iron Throne Experience’s HBO commissioned Game of Thrones life-size prop replica measures over 7’2” in height, 5’11” in depth and 5’5″ in width. Also on display and available for posing with are the Game of Thrones Crown of Joffrey Baratheon, and swords Ice, Longclaw, Needle, Oathkeeper and Jaime Lannister, and Dragon eggs prop replicas.

Tickets available at the event and priority tickets online (ironthrone.co.uk) from £10 (£5 Under 12’s) include seated professional photos. Why not dress up for the occasion, and take a photo with your henchmen or handmaidens? The only decision is what house colours will you wear?

“In Game of Thrones many people die in the battle to rule Westeros from the Iron Throne, but the people of Northern Ireland don’t need to lose their heads to sit the Iron Throne.  They can come along to the Iron Throne weekend events at Bow Street Mall Lisburn in association with Q Radio from March 10th to 18th” says Karen Marshall, Centre Manager at Bow Street Mall.

Be the envy of all your friends, take your seat on the Iron Throne exclusively at Bow Street Mall Lisburn in association with Q Radio. Open hours March 10th, 11th, 17th & 18th, Saturday & Sunday 12pm – 6pm. See IronThrone.co.uk for more information. Event produced and presented by Fancosmic.

10 things to do in Northern Ireland

DiscoverNorthernIreland.com has stacks of fun things to do across NI, from family days out to gigs and cultural events. Here are 10 exciting things taking place this week (26 February – 4 March)


  1. Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture, Derry~Londonderry, 1 March. A national contest which encourages young designers in secondary level education to create striking couture designs and impressive works of wearable art from everyday junk that would normally find its way into the bin, this fashion show of the design comes to the Millennium Forum Theatre.
  2. Irish Golf Expo, Belfast, 3-4 March. Ireland’s premier interactive golf event comes to the Titanic Exhibition Centre. Attendees will have the opportunity to test the latest equipment and accessories, take part in free lessons from PGA professionals and interact with the wide range of golf related businesses who exhibit at the event.
  3. The American Country Music Show, Coleraine, 3 March. A celebration of the very best in American country music. This live 8-piece show at the Riverside Theatre includes the songs of Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Neil Diamond and many more.
  4. Romeo and Juliet Ballet, Derry~Londonderry, 2 March. The Royal Moscow Ballet brings the world’s greatest love story to the Millennium Forum Theatre. Romeo and Juliet has inspired ballet’s greatest choreographers and ballerinas throughout the world.
  5. Jim Mullen with the Ronnie Greer Organ Band, Portstewart, 1 March. Guitar legend Jim Mullen is one of the all-time greats in the history of music. His original and visceral guitar style incorporates many blues and soul influences as well as jazz. Jim is joined by The Ronnie Greer Organ Band at the Flowerfield Arts Centre.
  6. Jesus Christ Superstar, Lisburn, 28 February-3 March. Fusion Theatre bring back the global phenomenon that has wowed audiences for over 40 years, Jesus Christ Superstar, to the Island Hall in Lisburn.
  7. Shimna Wheelers 3 Park Challenge, Co. Down, 3 March. A leisure MTB/CX Sportive starting in Newcastle and traversing some of the most demanding terrain found in the Donard, Tollymore and Castlewellan Parks before finishing back in Newcastle.
  8. Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, Belfast, 1 March. A viral and real-world sensation, the US group’s vintage-pop mash comes to the Ulster Hall. Marrying the 21st century party vibe of Miley Cyrus or the minimalist angst of Radiohead with the crackly warmth of a vintage 78; don’t miss this unique show.
  9. Ulster Rugby V Glasgow Warriors, Belfast, 2 March. In Round 17 of the Guinness PRO14 Championship, Ulster will host trailblazers Glasgow Warriors at Kingspan Stadium. Glasgow have been defeated just once in the PRO14 this season, meaning that this match is sure to be a huge showdown.
  10. Macbeth, Derry~Londonderry, 27 February. The vicious, barbaric undercurrent in Shakespeare’s most fear-filled tragedy erupts in this kinetic, blood-thirsty production at the Millennium Forum.



For more information on these events or to plan a short break in Northern Ireland, visit  www.DiscoverNorthernIreland.com.


Northern Ireland boasts a unique collection of irresistible places to stay including beautiful B&Bs, luxurious spa hotels and great value self-catering properties. Discover NI has selected the best offers of the week to help you plan a short break.


Game of Thrones Package, The Cuan Licensed Guest Inn, Co.Down from £123 per person.

This four-star, family run, guest inn is nestled in the village of Strangford. Housing one of the Game of Thrones doors this is the perfect spot for any fan. Package includes one night accommodation, Game of Thrones banquet dinner, Winterfell breakfast and an archery session with Winterfell Tours. To book call 028 4488 1222. Offer available until 31 March.


Cuilcagh Way Package, Westville Hotel, Enniskillen from £145 per room.

This modern, boutique style four-star hotel is ideally situated in the centre of Enniskillen. Package includes dinner, bed & breakfast for two people, along with a packed lunch for two to take on your walk up Cuilcagh mountain. To book call 028 6632 0333. Offer available 31 March.


Dinner, Bed & Breakfast with complimentary wine, Hilton Templepatrick, Co. Antrim from £125 per room.

This luxurious four-star hotel and country club, Hilton Templepatrick is situated in the private grounds of the Castle Upton Estate just 20 minutes outside of Belfast. The club offers stunning views overlooking their own 18-hole championship golf course. Offer includes an overnight stay, access to the health club, a two-course dinner in Treffners Restaurant, a complimentary bottle of Hilton selected wine and Hilton buffet breakfast. To book call 028 9443 5500. Offer available 31 March 2018.


All offers are subject to availability.  For further information visit www.discovernorthernireland.com

Pack yourself off to the Belfast Arts Weekender

Spring has sprung, and with it, comes the promise of two packed weekends of free cultural events in March, the Belfast Arts Weekender.

Zoe Fox, Kabosh from Kabosh Theatre Company

Thanks to funding and support from Belfast City Council, there’s a range of events to experience spanning music, film, visual arts, theatre and urban art from 2-4 and 10-11 March – all free of charge.

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Nuala McAllister said: “We decided to create this programme with our cultural partners to animate different corners of the city and to open up the arts to people who may not have considered

them before, or who might find ticket prices a barrier. Belfast Arts Weekender is an amazing way to find out more about our great city – and to take a step out of our normal routines to enjoy something completely different.

It’s free, so you really have nothing to lose.”

Creative Exchange Studios’ ‘Lightning Talks’ kicks off Belfast Arts Weekender at 6pm on Friday 2 March in The Engine Room Space, Portview Trade Centre, bringing together leading lights who are shaping east Belfast’s growing cultural landscape for an evening of inspirational discussion.

Across the city in the Duncairn Centre, north Belfast at 7:30pm, musician Conor Caldwell will début a specially commissioned piece of music ‘Our City, Our Home’, reflecting on growing up in the city and produced in collaboration with musicians from a range of cultures and musical backgrounds. An exhibition of photographs and video clips portraying life in Belfast, lectures, workshops and music sessions will also feature.

The next day, Saturday, 3 March, there’s an afternoon celebration of urban arts from 2-5pm at CS Lewis Square, entitled ‘Eastside Wardrobe Jam.’ Expect local and international street mural artists working live to transform ‘previously loved’ wardrobes and walls in the surrounding area, urban sports and dance displays by Thunder Action Sports, and music by Le Boom and Girl DJ Collective.

And on Sunday, 4 March at the Cultúrlann on Falls Road, west Belfast, Aisling Ghéar Theatre Company invites you to take an intimate glimpse into the fascinating world of the Fadgies – native Irish speakers from Omeath who settled and worked in Belfast’s famous markets.

The following weekend, the Ulster Orchestra presents U:O Interactive at the Indian Community Centre, north Belfast on Saturday, 10 March from 11am-3pm. For one unforgettable day, experience the orchestra as a living exhibition, try playing orchestral instruments under the expert guidance of professional musicians and you could even make music with your body.

Or pop over to Conway Mill’s Saturday market from 10am-3pm and immerse yourself in tales of the ‘Millies’ with Kabosh Theatre Company, actors including Gerard Jordan and Antoinette Morelli, historian Myrtle Hill and traditional musicians Jane Cassidy and Maurice Leyden – against a backdrop of amazing footage of the mill and its workers from the Northern Visions archive.

Over on south Belfast’s ‘Golden Mile’ on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 March from 12-4pm, enjoy curious tales during Accidental Theatre’s ‘SPOKE’ mini mobile theatre festival. The hub at 12-13 Shaftesbury Square will also host music, screenings, talks, and a chance to explore the neighbourhood (past, present, and imagined) through sparkling new writing and gripping performances.

And finally, you’ll have an opportunity to ask ‘Where am I in the photo?’ as Golden Thread Gallery and Belfast Photo Festival exhibit iconic photographs from Belfast people’s personal collections over both weekends.

For more information, go to www.belfastcity.gov.uk/artsweekender or join in the conversation on social media #BelfastArtsWeekender

Don’t deny yourself the break you deserve – Escape AND Kick Back’ in Ards & North Down!

Sometimes we deny ourselves a short break for fear it’s too much hassle. Here’s how to escape to a haven that’s closer than you think.

Just a half hour drive from Belfast city, another world unfolds. Tranquil lapping loughs, picture perfect villages and atmospheric abbeys that are a tonic for city-sore eyes. This is the Ards and North Down area.

So close you can even cycle to it, this restful region offers 115 miles of scenic shoreline where you can sail, walk, soak up the sea air or feast on freshly caught seafood.

If you’ve had a busy week, here are five ways to revive your spirits without the hassle of a long journey to get there…

  1. Take a tour of stunning seaside towns

Head east out of Belfast, and there are so many pretty towns and villages to explore.

Along the southern shores of Belfast Lough is Holywood, renowned for its many boutique shops and café scene, showcasing delicious coffees and cakes. En route on your way out of town is the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, which examines the life and lifestyles of the people of Northern Ireland across the years, as well as the means of transport they used.

From here it’s a short drive to explore the Castle gardens and Abbey in Bangor. Take a leisurely walk along the marina to acquaint yourself with the town, or stop for a spot of lunch. Afterwards, indulge in some culture by visiting North Down Museum.

If you head to the end of the Ards peninsula, you’ll reach Portaferry, a gorgeous fishing town situated by the Narrows, where the wild tidal torrent sweeps in and out between the Irish Sea and Strangford Lough.

  1. Get up close to wild life

Wildlife thrives along the grassy banks of Strangford Lough, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and area of Special Scientific Interest, while 2000 marine species teem in its clear waters.

Twitchers, bring your binoculars – Strangford is home to 75 per cent of the world’s brent geese population, a small, dark, stubby-billed bird with an extraordinary migratory pattern.

Don’t miss Castle Espie Wetland Centre, home to Ireland’s largest collection of waders and migrant birds, including a noisy colony of Brent geese, or get a diver’s view of the marine life at Portaferry’s Exploris Aquarium.

Don’t forget to pack your walking boots. Ards and North Down’s network of coastal paths and lough sidewalks provides you with stunning views or even seals basking on the rocks!

  1. Steep yourself in history

The history of this area stretches back as far as the Bronze Age, via the Vikings and the early Ulster Scots planters, to our World War: you can take in ruined castles, holy wells, Abbeys on Military forts.

Enjoy the Visitor Centre and herb garden at Grey Abbey, which was ruined during the invasion of Robert the Bruce, or learn about Ireland’s involvement in the Great War at the Somme Museum.

  1. Sample the tastes of the countryside

Savour the region’s award winning restaurants. Local chefs have been inspired by the bountiful larder of this lush countryside to put together some wonderful flavours. Top of the menu is a daily catch of seafood. Don’t miss the Portavogie prawns, local lobsters or oysters. And the world- famous Comber potatoes: try a local speciality of buttery mash with spring onions. Wash it all down with a locally produced ale, gin or whiskey.

The best of the region’s flavours is on display at the monthly Comber Farmers Market, where you can also meet the growers and producers.

While there, take a foodie tour to sample food, learn how artisan dulse wheaten bread is made, and watch how whisky is produced at Echlinville Distillery.

  1. Stay a while

Choose from a range of stunning places to stay: from rustic self-catering to cosy pubs and five star hotels.

For a list of the best places to eat and stay, pop in to Bangor Visitor Centre, which is located in a dramatic 17th century tower on the seafront.

If you’re closer to Strangford Lough, the Ards Visitor Information Centre in Newtownards can help. You can also pick up a unique handcrafted gift from Ards Crafts, located inside the visitor centre.

For more information on this idyllic spot that’s close to home, visitardsandnorthdown.com or call our Visitor Information Centre team on 028 9127 0069/028 9182 6846.

Bookends are returning to Northern Ireland

Labelled as the World’s greatest tribute act, Bookends are returning to Northern Ireland with their World class Simon and Garfunkel concert this June

Described as not your average tribute show”, they don’t dress up or try to impersonate Simon and Garfunkel but instead pay tribute to the iconic sound that the duo are famous for by recreating the perfect harmonies, timing and diction that mesmerised a generation.

Performing the songs in a truly captivating way, their delicate recreation of the unmistakable sound of the American folk-rock duo is something of a masterpiece. Bookends have been performing their unique

World-class concert to audiences in some of the finest theatres and concert halls across the UK, Europe and the United States.

Collectively known as Bookends, Dan and Pete who, like their idols met in high school and began singing together from an early age. They will make their forth visit to Northern Ireland this June where will be making stops at The Crescent in Belfast, Down Arts Centre in Downpatrick and The Courtyard Theatre in Antrim. Pete from the duo talks of his excitement of making a return to Norther Ireland. “Due to touring commitments abroad, we’ve not made a trip across to Ireland for a couple of years now. It’s a shame it’s been so long as the audiences in Northern Ireland are always amazing. Folk music is part of their culture and history so they are always really enthusiastic and are there for a good time. We can’t wait to make the trip across the water again”

Hear classics such as Homeward Bound, Mrs. Robinson and The Sound of Silence. Also featured in the show is Bookends’ very own beautiful version of the smash hit Bridge Over Troubled Water which they have released as a single.  The show is moving and captivating with Bookends being without doubt, the most authentic sounding tribute to the music of Simon and Garfunkel.

One of the best tribute shows in existence anywhere in the world” Stuart Cameron

(Sky TV, BBC, ITV Broadcaster)

“Any Simon and Garfunkel fan should go and see this show” BBC Radio Devon

“Unique and slick! A must see show” BBC Radio Suffolk


Find out more at :




Performing at:

The Crescent, Belfast on Thursday 28th June 2018 at 8.30pm

Tickets: £16

Box Office: 028 9024 2338

Website: crescentarts.org

Down Arts Centre, Downpatrick on Friday 29th June at 8pm

Tickets: £15 / £12

Box Office: 028 4461 0747

Website: downartscentre.com

The Courtyard Theatre, Antrim on Saturday 30th June at 8pm

Tickets: £16

Box Office: 028 9034 0202

Website: thecourtyardtheatre.com