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What's On: Fortwilliam Musical Society stage Sister Act at Theatre at The Mill

Jacqueline McGonigle of whatsonni.com shares her pick of family friendly events taking place across Northern Ireland this week

Christine Clare stars in May the Road Rise Up, which is at the Sean Hollywood Arts Centre in Newry on Friday

ANTRIM

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. February 27 to March 3.

ARMAGH

Empowerment for Women with Wendy Porter, The Market Place Theatre, Armagh, this Saturday 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.

BELFAST

The Dirty Onion's first Pooch Social event of 2018 is taking place this Sunday. Enjoy an afternoon of live music, barbecue 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. In aid of Lucy's Trust dog charity who help rehome unwanted dogs.

DERRY

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 at the Peace Bridge in Derry, (cityside entrance), from 11am to 3pm. Fun filled activities for all the family.

DOWN

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. Written by Rosemary Jenkins, writer-in-residence at the Lyric Theatre.

FERMANAGH

Visit Fermanagh's Visitor Attractions for free March 2-4 as part of Discover Fermanagh Open Weekend. With a wealth of visitor attractions in Fermanagh take this opportunity to visit and explore what Fermanagh has to offer.

TYRONE

Join Liz Weir, Storyteller, at the Burnavon on World Book Day this Thursday 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. Why not come dressed as your favourite book character? 2.30pm (ages 3-6); 4pm (ages 7-10); admission free.

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