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What's On: Wrestling in Belfast, get steaming in Antrim, St Patrick's Weekend action activities in Derry and more

It's the first Steam of 2020 at Whitehead Railway Museum on Saturday
Jacqueline McGonigle

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JOIN Exploris Aquarium this Sunday March 15 for all the craic and banter with underwater and reptilian friends. Additional snake demonstrations led by their team of Aquarists, daily animal demonstrations, themed arts and crafts and a face painter will be joining the craic this St Patrick's weekend at Exploris Aquarium.

ANTRIM

It's the first Steam of 2020 at Whitehead Railway Museum on Saturday. The Museum will be celebrating Saint Patrick's Weekend with steam train rides from Whitehead Excursion Station platform and a themed treasure hunt. Experience a taste of steam travel with a mini steam train ride departing from the station platform.

ARMAGH

Prepare to be part of the gloriously mad Worst Café in The World experience as Big Telly Theatre Company's sell-out show from the Belfast International Arts Festival will appear in a top secret location in Armagh: make your booking and you will be contacted with instructions. Tell no-one. March 12 to 14.

DERRY

Get your best green on and make your way to Carrowmena Activity Centre this St Patrick's Weekend for action-packed activities; climb, zip, shoot and hunt for Leprechauns to find the pot of gold. Climbing wall/zip line/archery and orienteering available, March 13 to 17.

FERMANAGH

Dye tracing is a method used by hydrogeologists to track and trace the flow of underground streams and rivers. Join the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland and Marble Arch Caves staff to hear about the hydrology of these fascinating caves while watching the Shruh Croppa River turn a luminous shade of green this Saturday.

TYRONE

Hazel Wand students always thrill Omagh audiences with exceptional performances and this all singing, all dancing and all acting showcase has something for everyone. From March 12 to 14 they will present extracts from theatre and Disney classics such as The Aristocrats, Oliver, Peter Pan and Beauty and The Beast at the Strule Arts Centre in Omagh.

BELFAST

The bone crunching superstars of LDN Wrestling bring a host of top American wrestling stars to the ring to face the very best of home-grown talent and fans favourites at Belvoir Studio Theatre this Friday in a two-hour rip-roaring entertainment for all the family to enjoy.

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