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Blame Game man Colin Murphy will bring his Bald Ambition stand-up show to the Ardhowen Theatre in Enniskillen on February 23
Jacqueline McGonigle


HAVE you got what it takes to put your powers of sleuthing to the ultimate test? Then 'The Point of Murder', a brand new 1940s Country House-themed Murder Mystery Weekend at The Lough & Key Hotel Warrenpoint is where you should be this weekend.

This two day immersive Murder Mystery weekend will transport you back to wartime Ireland for an experience not to be missed. From the moment you arrive on the Saturday afternoon, to your departure on Sunday after the final lunch, mystery, intrigue and top-notch entertainment will be the order of the day.


Join Armagh City Hotel for an amazing girls night out this Friday at the Something Blue fashion event. See the latest styles from boutiques Creative Ideas Bridal, Shauna Fay Designs, Crystal, Mary Curry, The Dressing Room & Paynters Menswear showcased on the catwalk.

The evening will be compered by Denise Curran Styling & Events. All proceeds will go to Sands NI (Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Support) to help fund a Bereavement Suite in Craigavon & Daisy Hill Hospitals. Tickets available from all participating boutiques and online.


Comedian Colin Murphy is coming to Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen for his Bald Ambition Tour on February 23. Known for his role as resident panellist on the BBC Northern Ireland comedy show, The Blame Game, Colin will be making the humdrum fun with support from Mary Flannigan.


The Hothouse Flowers are a jam band with their own homemade jam spread into all corners of the bread over nearly four decades. See them perform live this Saturday February 24 at the Alley Theatre Strabane.


It's Freak Out Friday this Friday at Carrowmena Activity Centre Limavady,

offering outdoor activities for crazy prices for the last Sunday the month.

Climbing Wall, Leap Of Faith and Archery Price is £10pp at 11am and 2pm.

Enjoy a morning of adventure sports with leaping from heights, tackling the

28ft climbing wall and shoot golds in the archery range. Your instructor will

guide you through the morning events.


Ever fancied building your own castle? Then join in the fun at Carrickfergus Castle Museum this Saturday February 24 from 2pm to 4pm to create a colourful cardboard castle, fit for royalty.

This is the perfect opportunity for your little ones to use their imagination, it's

super practical and always lots of fun. Suitable for ages one to five and admission is free.


Peace Proms returns to the stage of the SSE Arena Belfast at 3pm on Sunday February 25 and promises to be a huge celebration of youth, music, energy and sheer talent on an epic scale.

Peace Proms is suitable for all the family. The critically acclaimed Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland will perform with the Belfast Children's Peace Choir made up of 3,500 primary school children from all over Northern Ireland.

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