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What's On: Jekyll & Hyde in Bangor, Birdy in Armagh, comics in Dungannon

Join RSPB NI warden Liam McFaul to explore the Roonivoolin reserve on Rathlin Island this Saturday
Jacqueline McGonigle

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Isosceles Theatre Company returns to Bangor's Studio 1A this Thursday after a sell-out performance of Murder, Just What The Doctor Ordered in 2018 for this fast-paced adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel that has enthralled audiences throughout Britain and Ireland: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde.

ARMAGH

Egg and Spoon is an interactive romp through the seasons where you come in and out of a magic circle and get to open all the gifts of nature. Percy and April get you settled on comfortable cushions and introduce you to Birdy, still hiding in his glowing egg. Market Place Theatre, Saturday April 27.

FERMANAGH

Fundraising choir Caritas will perform at the Ardhowen Theatre this Friday, April 26, singing a variety of works from classical to pop, Abba, Disney, and musicals – music for every taste. Caritas will be joined on the night by Claire McGrath (traditional Irish tutor) and her Grúpa Ceoil from St Aidan's Derrylin.

TYRONE

Learn with Revolve Comics how to tell your story through comics this Saturday at Ranfurly House Dungannon. Hints and tips that all the top professionals use. How to draw, how to lay out a story, and bring it to life with colour. If you are interested in comics or storytelling then this is right up your street for a taster of how to make awesome comics.

DERRY

Run DC returns on Sunday April 28 at The Workspace Recreation Centre in Draperstown with a 10k run, a 5k run and a 5k walk. Every runner will receive a medal and every runner who registered before March 24 will also get a race vest. Every walker gets a medal. Every pre-registered runner will get a goody bag thanks to O'Kanes Chemist and Revive Active.

ANTRIM

Join RSPB NI warden and islander Liam McFaul to explore the Roonivoolin reserve on the southern arm of Rathlin Island this Saturday. You'll enjoy stunning scenery as far as the eye can see, including views of Fair Head and the Mull of Kintyre, and with a bit of luck you'll also spot Irish hares.

BELFAST

DU Dance (NI) are once again delighted to present Unanimous – the eighth platform event showcasing great new youth dance theatre at the MAC, Belfast, Sunday April 28. This event brings together some of the best youth dance groups from across the island of Ireland with other inspiring companies in a non-competitive arena.

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