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What's On: Organ recital in Down, Brian Kennedy in Co Fermanagh, Gaming & Geeking in Belfast and more...

The Courtyard Community Choir celebrates its seventh birthday with a concert at The Courtyard Theatre in Newtownabbey this Friday
Jacqueline McGonigle

DOWN

PORTICO Arts and Heritage Centre are delighted to welcome the new director of music at St Anne's Cathedral Belfast to Portico for an organ recital this Sunday from 3pm to 4.30pm.

ANTRIM

This Friday, The Courtyard Community Choir celebrates its seventh year by entertaining you with a rich mix of popular songs and entertainment selected to help chase away those winter blues at The Courtyard Theatre, Newtownabbey, from 8pm to 10pm.

ARMAGH

Don't miss the George Michael Tribute Show at the Armagh City Hotel this Friday evening. This authentic high energy international tribute show dedicated to the music of George Michael has the looks, the voice, the moves – it's a show not to be missed, performed by an award-winning singer/songwriter who has performed all over the world and appeared on TV.

DERRY

Join The Chocolate Manor on Saturday January 25 for a chocolate extravaganza for the whole family: a one hour session for adults and children in the Peter Thompson Hall in Castlerock, with a fabulous range of fun chocolatey activities. On arrival, all participants will be greeted by the master chocolatier who will provide insight into where chocolate comes from and the journey the humble cocoa bean goes on to in order to be transformed into your favourite treat.

FERMANAGH

This Saturday, the Westville Hotel in Enniskillen will host a live performance by the hugely popular Brian Kennedy. The evening begins at 7pm and includes a four-course dinner. Tickets priced at £45 per person, accommodation available.

TYRONE

Saturday January 25 from 2pm to 4pm at Ranfurly House in Dungannon, you can take a workshop covering the history and customs of the ancient Celtic festival of Imbolc, AKA St Brigid's Day. Participants will have the opportunity to make a variety of the different St Brigid's crosses that were found throughout Ireland during the last century. Admission £5.

BELFAST

Gaming & Geeking NI is hosting an official Catan UK National Qualifier Tournament this Sunday January 26 at the Harland & Wolff Staff Club. Entry is £4, ages 15 and over only. Participants may bring in their own food and drinks. For more information about the qualifier, contact your qualifier host via FB.com/gaminggeekingNI.

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