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What's On: Wedding Fair in Down, Farm/Cider Tour in Armagh, birdwatching in Fermanagh and more

La Spire features breathtaking aerial acrobatics on an impressive steel spiral sculpture
Jacqueline McGonigle

DOWN

TULLYVERRY House in Killyleagh will host their Open Day and Wedding Fair this Sunday between 1pm and 5pm. Exhibitors include caterers, florists, musicians, photographers, videographers, stationary providers, wedding cars, weddings decorators and more.

ARMAGH

Take a Farm/Cider Tour of Long Meadow Farm this Saturday (October 19) at 11am. Be guided through the 30 acre orchard and see how the famous PGI status Bramley Apple is grown, processed, harvested and hand-pressed to be transformed into apple juices and artisan ciders.

FERMANAGH

Join RSPB staff on a guided walk this Saturday through the autumnal display at Castle Archdale Country Park. Learn to identify the different signs of autumn and the wildlife that will be most active during this bountiful season. £5 per adult, £2.50 per child. Free for all RSPB members.

TYRONE

Enjoy an intimate acoustic gig by one of Ireland's finest singer/songwriters this Saturday evening at Ranfurly House Arts & Visitor Centre in Dungannon. Mundy's mainly acoustic, folk-based pop/rock has been compared to Damien Rice and Josh Ritter. See him live. Tickets £18.

DERRY

Seamus Heaney HomePlace in Bellaghy is delighted to work with Moving on Music to present Ruth McGinley and Darragh Morgan, two of Northern Ireland's leading internationally renowned classical musicians, as they tour the north for the first time together. Performing this Saturday evening, this concert will feature two beautiful violin sonatas, Irish folk song arrangements as well as a piece by composer Deirdre McKay.

ANTRIM

On Saturday afternoon between 2pm and 3.30pm, Whitehead Museum Railway is delighted to offer their vintage-inspired afternoon tea with a difference – served in a static railway carriage beside the award-winning Edwardian Tea Room at Whitehead Excursion Station.

BELFAST

La Spire in Botanic Gardens this Sunday afternoon is part of the 2019 Belfast International Arts Festival. Featuring breathtaking aerial acrobatics on an impressive steel spiral sculpture, the all-female cast combine raw strength, tenacity and vulnerability accompanied by a live musician and special sound machines to create a suspense-filled dreamlike journey into human fragility and power.

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