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Join Cancer Focus NI on Friday for a night-time spectacular at the Kilbroney Night Walk
Join Cancer Focus NI on Friday for a night-time spectacular at the Kilbroney Night Walk Join Cancer Focus NI on Friday for a night-time spectacular at the Kilbroney Night Walk

DOWN

MAKE February a month to remember and join Cancer Focus NI on Friday for a night-time spectacular at the Kilbroney Night Walk. Not only will you experience the scenic wonderland of Kilbroney Park by moonlight, but you'll also be greeted at the finish line with well-earned refreshments, cake, music and a medal.

ANTRIM

Join Mr Hullabaloo the magical storyteller and his colourful puppet friends for an enchanted tea party full of well-loved classic stories and songs this Saturday at the Old Courthouse Antrim. From teddy bears' picnics to royal balls at the storybook castle, this show is lots of fun for all the family.

Armagh

Paint your pet at a workshop in Armagh County Museum this Saturday morning. Participants will create an acrylic painting on canvas of their chosen animal or pet with the guidance and expertise of professional artist Lorraine Fletcher. All materials are provided, however participants are welcome to bring their own paints and brushes if they wish.

Derry

No words are needed at Downhill Demesne this February as Mussenden Temple welcomes an impressive new evening light installation, Silent Art. Visitors will be steeped in the landscape. Embarking on a silent walk to Mussenden Temple which sits perched at the edge of a 120ft cliff overlooking the North Atlantic Ocean. Exposed, yet protective. February 9 to 15, 5.30pm to 6.15pm (and other times) / February 16 to 23, 6pm to 6.45pm (and other times).

Fermanagh

Northern Ireland's record-breaking mind reader David Meade is back on home soil to blow your mind in his funniest and most interactive show yet,Catch Meade If You Can. See David live on stage at the Ardhowen Theatre Enniskillen this Friday evening.

Tyrone

Flash Harry have been celebrating the music of Queen superstar Freddie Mercury and his group Queen for over 25 years. Queen fans can see Flash Harry live on stage this Friday February 7 at the Strule Arts Centre in Omagh. Tickets £20.

Belfast

Calling guitarists of any age/ability: This Saturday, Matchett's Music in Belfast will show you how to change the strings and maintain your steel string acoustic/electric guitar. This is a fun interactive session for all ages and free of charge.

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