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What's on: Get tips on creating your dream wedding

Jacqueline McGonigle of whatsonni.com shares her pick of what's on this week across Northern Ireland

If you're planning on getting married soon, this Sunday’s Wedding Show at the Culloden, near Hollywood, could offer inspiration

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Getting married in 2016? Don’t miss this Sunday’s Wedding Show at the Culloden Estate and Spa. Hastings Hotels are experts in weddings and host some of the finest wedding shows in Northern Ireland. Meet the full team of wedding experts and exhibitors who will be on hand to provide you with the advice and tips you need to create your dream wedding.

Armagh

Neil Delamere returns to The Market Place Theatre this Saturday, January 9, with a brand new show. 2015 saw the award-winning comedian continue his star turn on The Blame Game for BBC NI on TV and radio. Neil also landed his own weekend national radio show for Today FM. Now, however, he's back to his first love, telling tall tales and spinning side-splitting yarns about the events of the past year. Recommended for age 18+.

 

Fermanagh

College survival is a one-day cookery crash course at Orchard Acre Farm on January 7. This course will particularly suit undergraduates who have moved away from home and discovered they can’t survive on pot noodles and frozen pizza forever!

 

Tyrone

Stewartstown Dramatic Society presents The Wizard of Oz at the Burnavon Theatre Cookstown on Friday at 8pm. Will Dorothy click her heels and discover there really is no place like home? Join us for this modern pantomime twist on the classic story with lots of fun for all the family.

Derry

David Hull Promotions presents Ireland’s Showbands – Do You Come Here Often? at the Millennium Forum January to 9 – the biggest and best celebration of the showband era, now in its 19th season, featuring the original stars from the dance hall days.

Antrim

See the encore screening of The National Theatre London’s Jane Eyre at the Theatre at the Mill this Saturday. Almost 170 years on, Charlotte Brontë’s story of the trailblazing Jane is as inspiring as ever. This bold and dynamic production uncovers one woman’s fight for freedom and fulfilment on her own terms.

Belfast

See Flash Harry perform The Music of Queen at Crumlin Road Gaol, Belfast this Saturday. Audiences will see the band rocking out Queen’s greatest hits from Radio Gaga, We Are the Champions, to Bohemian Rhapsody and everything in between.

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