What's On: Pride in Newry, Force training in Armagh and The Phantom Strikes Again in Tyrone

The Armagh Planetarium is being taken over by Jedi and Sith on August 24 and 25


PRIDE in Newry Festival 2019 takes place from August 24 to September 1. Pride in Newry is the proud host of UK and Ireland Pride 2019. A variety of engaging and family-friendly events populate the programme.


The Armagh Planetarium is being taken over by Jedi and Sith on August 24 and 25. Bring your younglings down and train them up in the ways of the Force at Force Academy Training.


This Friday August 23, come to SHARE for a fun-filled evening at their Charity Colour Run! This fun, 5k run takes place on their estate and you will have to take on a number of obstacles while getting covered in powdered paint!


A travelling theatre group are set for a night of music and entertainment, when suddenly the lights go out and the mysterious Phantom appears at the Murder Mystery evening The Phantom Strikes Again at the Alley Theatre Strabane on Saturday August 24.


The Banks of Foyle Festival presents Open Air Cinema showing The Greatest Showman on a 50ft screen at the Vale Centre, Greysteel, on Friday August 23. Donation £5 per adult, £2.50 under-16s.


History comes to life at Dunluce Castle this Saturday afternoon. If you've ever wanted to try shooting a longbow, this dramatic castle jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean is the perfect place to have a go at archery, meet some Medieval characters and experience the atmosphere and unique beauty of Dunluce.


The first Ukulele BBQ with the Belfast Ukulele Jam in the BOHO Garden at the Botanic Inn takes place this Saturday from 1pm to 4pm. This is a free music event.

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