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What's On: Rallying in Antrim, drama in Down, slime-making in Tyrone and more

Armagh Observatory will be showing First Man on Friday July 19
Jacqueline McGonigle

DOWN

Heartbreak Productions presents Wuthering Heights at Bangor Castle Walled Garden on July 18. Step into the desolate realm of Wuthering Heights, home to the Earnshaw family and the mysterious orphan, Heathcliff. While under the care of the wealthy Mr Earnshaw, Heathcliff’s relationship with the gentleman’s daughter, Catherine, blossoms into an unruly and passionate romance.

ARMAGH

To celebrate Neil Armstrong's 'one giant leap', Armagh Observatory will be showing the award-winning 2018 movie First Man at the Johnson Building, Shambles Yard, on Friday July 19. Ryan Gosling stars in the riveting story behind the first manned mission to the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the decade leading up to the historic Apollo 11 mission.

FERMANAGH

The Lady of the Lake Festival in Irvinestown is celebrating its 41st anniversary this year. Festivities continue until July 21 with a range of outdoor and indoor events including sports, music, dancing, arts, crafts, gardening and water sports.

TYRONE

There's a double activity workshop of slime making and nerf games at Ranfurley House Dungannon this Saturday: children will be guided through the process of making their own slime and clay models using air drying clay and safe everyday household ingredients, before getting to take them home at the end.

DERRY

The inaugural LegenDerry Street Food Festival will run from Friday July 19 to Sunday July 21 at Guildhall Street. This three day festival will bring together the very best local street food complemented by craft drink producers with live DJ sets and beers served from a double decker bus making for a memorable dining experience.

ANTRIM

The Carryduff Forklift Down Rally is back at the Eikon Exhibition Centre and Balmoral Park this Saturday for a second year. It promises to be an action packed day filled with adrenaline fuelled fun for all the family, including free kids activities like bouncy castles.

BELFAST

As excitement for The Open builds across Northern Ireland, The Lost City Adventure Golf at Cityside in Belfast – the north's first indoor adventure golf course – will offer visitors dressed in ‘crazy golf’ gear a 20 per cent discount from Thursday July 18 to Saturday July 21 after 12pm.

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