2 Aug 2014 - 20 Sep 2014
Clearsky Adventure Centre |
Down and District
Category: Childrens Events, Sport, Outdoors, Sport, Adventure Sport
Starting from Castle Ward demesne you will venture along the exciting coastline of Ballyhotnan and Strangford Lough for an adrenaline filled session of rock hopping and cliff jumping – jumps are not obligatory – but they are a lot of fun!... Read More ›
13 Sep 2014 - 17 Sep 2014
Cathedral Quarter, City Centre
Category: Childrens Events, Workshops & Classes, Other
Following the success of Babble, comes TiNY, Replays newest ‘teeny weeny show’ for babies ages 0-18 months. Full of magical sounds, lights and textures, TiNY takes our very youngest audience members on a fantastical journey full of wonder... Read More ›
On Friday 19th September, come and be part of... Beat's 'Made In Belfast' Carnival 2014. Featuring Beat’s 2014 Belfast Urban Ballet performance, their Made In Belfast Carnival Parade is the highlight of their Made in Belfast Carnival week... Read More ›
Holywood Culture Night emerged from a series of meetings initiated by Holywood Shared Town which brought together businesses, community groups and statutory agencies to discuss ways of re-invigorating Holywood Town Centre. Culture Night was one... Read More ›
Category: Theatre & Comedy, Concerts & Gigs, Workshops & Lectures, Childrens Events, Pubs & Clubs, Outdoors, Bluegrass, Blues & Jazz, Irish Traditional, Classical & Opera, Rock & Pop, World Music, Other, Folk, Festivals, Musicals & Pantos, Other
Lisburn locals will enjoy the unique experience of Culture Night. A night of free entertainment, discovery and adventure taking place, not only in the Lisburn Historic Quarter but in a record 30 towns and cities right across the island. The aim... Read More ›
Culture Night Belfast returns on Friday 19 September for the sixth time, to brighten the corners and illuminate the spaces and places of Belfast with hundreds of events, happenings, performances, talks, tours and family fun across the city's... Read More ›
Travel into the woodlands armed with binoculars where resident expert, Dot Blakely, will teach the basic skills of bird watching, later, set up in the Brent Hide and witness the return of the brent geese.
A colourful carnival leaving Writers Square at 11am followed by a concert and family market in the grounds of City Hall, with music including the awesome ska band “Doghouse”, great pop music from Saffyre and the U105 roadshow.