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


Join in the fun and raise vital funds for TinyLife, Northern Ireland’s premature baby charity. Run or walk the 2k circuit of Kirkistown Race Track and get showered and splattered with coloured paint powder during the Colour Run this Friday 16th August.


Dinosaurs are coming alive at Slieve Gullion! A T-Rex and Velociraptor have been spotted prowling around the Walled Garden. Are you brave enough to track them down at the Lúnasa Festival Geotastic Extravaganza this Saturday 17th August.



This Saturday 17th August,  treat yourself and your friends to Share Discovery Village’s final Afternoon Tea of the season, served on board the pleasure cruiser the Inishcruiser, whilst meandering through the stunning islands of Upper Lough Erne.


THE ever-popular Belvoir Players return for their now legendary Summer Theatre tour with a rip-roaring Sam Cree comedy, “Wedding Fever”, this Saturday at the Strule Arts Centre in Omagh.


On Friday 16th August, from 6.00pm – 10.00pm Mid Ulster District Council will shine a light on the beauty of Lough Neagh, as Ballyronan Marina provides the backdrop for an evening of illuminations and entertainment at their annual Lumarina event.


Bring your picnic, chairs, and table with you to the Parterre at Antrim Castle Gardens and enjoy a magical evening with the Courtyard Community Choir with special guest Clover Watts-Kerr this Saturday evening.


Summer Fair On The Square at the Skainos Centre this Saturday is a fantastic event brought to you by the folks behind Frock Around The Clock. Entry is free to browse 25 fantastic stalls of quality handcrafted goods and artisan crafts, including fashion accessories, home wares & decor, jewellery, sweet treats & artisan food, art, health & beauty, well-being, craft demos and much more.

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