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What's On: Mixed Feelings at Ards Arts Centre, Charlton Wood's Cabaret Cruises

Charlton Wood's Cabaret Cruises, the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast
Jacqueline McGonigle

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Mixed Feelings at Ards Arts Centre is an exhibition of sculpture by Katrina Cobain, with glazed expressions, dysfunctional properties and stories to tell. These objects have a sense of error about them: there is something off-kilter, not quite right, that puts you off. Whether you laugh, smile or grimace, Mixed Feelings has something to show you. Runs until January 26.

ARMAGH

Portadown Pantomime presents Sleeping Beauty at Portadown Town Hall, from Thursday January 10 until Saturday January 26. Curtain up at 7.30pm, show ends at approximately 10.15pm. Tickets £8.

FERMANAGH

When the Wind Blows, A Decade of Fermanagh Photographs from the Kite, Enniskillen Castle, Enniskillen until January 19. This exhibition highlights a selection of images by Fermanagh photographer Ciarán May who captures the beauty and charm of his native county using a kite to lift a camera. The display showcases the beautiful idyllic settings in Fermanagh and gives us an insight into the techniques used by Ciarán to capture the perfect image.

TYRONE

Sing along with Goldilocks and The Three Bears this Saturday afternoon at the Alley Theatre in Strabane. The much loved fairytale returns to the stage in a live show of song and laughter. Plenty of audience participation and action. Tickets £9 or £40 for a family of five.

DERRY

Anne Tracey and friends return to The Helicon at Heaney HomePlace, Bellaghy, to start the New Year with words, wit and warmth. This Saturday afternoon join some of Mid-Ulster's finest talent for an afternoon of song, music and poetry exploring the emotional pull of home. Words and music that spring from their home place promise nourishment for both heart and soul.

ANTRIM

Portrush Theatre Company presents The Wonderful Wizard of Oz for its January 2019 Pantomime from January 11-19 at Portrush Town Hall. Tickets £10 (matinees £7). Curtain up at 7.30pm.

BELFAST

The Crescent Arts Centre present the incredible Charlton Wood's Cabaret Cruises: Terminal Divertissement this Friday evening. Belly-ache, screaming, roaring, laughter. Having spent most of his life on cruises, Mr Woods is offering you the chance to see one of his famous cruise cabarets, on dry(ish) land. Drawing from a rich pool of human experience Charlton Woods will ponder, live, and ask you to do the same.

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