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What's On: Songs from the shows, Snow White, The Beatles' remembered

Jacqueline McGonigle of whatsonni.com shares her pick of what's on across Northern Ireland this week

A nine-piece band of multi-instrumentalists will recreate The Beatles' classics at the Market Place Theatre on Saturday

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This Friday, January 17, The Belfast Operatic Company presents Songs From The Shows at St Philip and St James Church, Holywood. Tickets are £12 and available from the Parish Office. Proceeds in aid of the church organ fund.

ANTRIM

Rock 'n' Roll Years is back! After last year's smash hit tour this wonderful nostalgic musical hits the road again and will be at the Island Arts Centre Lisburn this Saturday January 18. Journey through the musical decades of the 50s and 60s paying homage to the lives and music of the stars of the era

ARMAGH

This Saturday evening join the Market Place Theatre on a journey through the music from The Beatles. A nine-piece band of multi-instrumentalists will recreate all the classic Beatles hits as well as some hidden gems that showcase The Beatles' mastery of song writing.

DERRY

Arbutus at the Crannagh, Coleraine will host their Wedding Show on Sunday from 2pm to 5pm. You will be welcomed with Champagne and canopes on arrival. View the marquee, talk with select wedding exhibitors, take in two catwalk shows and meet the wedding team at the Crannagh. Admission is free.

FERMANAGH

Lakeland Players present Snow White at the Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen, Thursday to Saturday. Glamorous killer Queen Caligula, so used to being called the fairest in the land by the spirit of the mirror Speak True, discovers a rival for the title in the shape of her step-daughter Snow White. Book early.

TYRONE

This Friday evening celebrate Burns Night with a Supper and Ceilidh at the Royal Hotel in Cookstown. Tickets are £22 and include a three-course meal, whisky toast, raffle and a superb line up of entertainment. Dress code 'A touch of tartan'.

BELFAST

Planning your summer getaway? Don't miss this weekend's Holiday World Show, now in its 28th year. This is the biggest and most influential holiday showcase – a three-day travel fest to be enjoyed by tens of thousands of visitors. January 17-19.

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