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What's On: See The Priests sing Christmas classics at the Slieve Donard Hotel

Jacqueline from whatsonni.com shares her pick of What's On this weekend across the north

Join Father Christmas and explore Titanic Belfast's traditional Christmas street scene until Friday, December 23, at the Magical Christmas Experience!

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Hastings Hotels are delighted that The Priests will be at the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa this Thursday, December 22, singing much loved classics as well a cherished songs including O Holy Night. Enjoy an amazing evening with a mulled wine and mince pie reception, in a cabaret-style setting and in the luxurious surroundings of the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa. Doors Open from 7.30pm and show begins at 8.45pm. Tickets available on Ticketmaster, or at the hotel reception desk.

ARMAGH

You shall go to the ball this year, as the Market Place Theatre in Armagh brings you the classic rags-to-riches tale Cinderella – with more singing, dancing and jokes than you can shake a magic wand at! Show continues until Christmas Eve.

FERMANAGH

Enjoy a festive cruise of lower Lough Erne with friends and family on board the Lady of the Lake. Includes mulled wine on arrival and a four course dinner. For further information and prices contact 028 6862 2200 or email info@ladyofthelaketours.com. £27.50 per person. Available for private lunch, dinner and guided cruises for groups of 15 or more.

TYRONE

The Mid Ulster School of Music presents A Country Christmas this Friday, December 23, at the Burnavon Theatre in Cookstown. This annual variety show will be tapping into the country scene to showcase the talented pupils on this year's roll call. Combining hit songs from the TV show, Nashville, country classics and christmas tunes, it's got something for everyone. It's your chance to get a sneak peek at the stars of the future.

DERRY

Adrian Knight is one of Ireland's foremost comedy hypnotists. He has delighted and excited audiences for more than 15 years, playing to packed shows, entertaining tens of thousands of people every year. As one of the funniest shows on the road in Ireland today, Adrian often has people returning to see him time and time again. His comedy stage show can last for up to two hours of side-splitting entertainment, packed with fast-moving stories and audience participation. See him this Thursday, December 22, at the Everglades Hotel.

ANTRIM

Let Caroline Curran and Julie Maxwell, the winning team that brought you last year's smash hit My Big Fat Belfast Christmas, wet your whistle this year at the Rough Diamond. Join Holly and Ivy and a host of regulars to see if they can save the Diamond from having its lights put out for ever. Last Orders at the Rough Diamond runs until New Year's Eve at the Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey. Recommended age: 16yrs+. Show and dinner packages available from £32.95.

BELFAST

Step back in time, join Father Christmas and explore Titanic Belfast's traditional Christmas street scene until Friday, December 23, at the Magical Christmas Experience! Visit Ye Olde Picture House, peek through the toy shop window at the toys from a bygone era and check out the Post Office where Father Christmas has his elves hard at work! Hear a classic Christmas tale, challenge each other at one of our traditional games, or visit our old fashioned wardrobe and find the perfect outfit to transport you back in time. Write your letter to Father Christmas and let your creative juices flow with our Christmas crafts – don't forget to take your masterpieces home to share with your families. Finally, wrap up your Magical Christmas Experience by having your name checked off our Naughty or Nice list, before visiting Father Christmas in his Old Curiosity Shop.

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