There are lots of festive things for you and the family this weekend across NI
Jacqueline from whatsonni shares her pick of what’s on this weekend across NI.
Spend a winter evening in the company of Ebeneezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchett and a few of the ghosts of Christmas' past, present and future this Saturday 21st December at Castle Ward. Hear the classic Dickens story of Ebeneezer Scrooge as you never have never heard it before.
Theatre at the Mill Newtownabbey present a live screening of Coppelia, live from the Royal Ballet, this Saturday evening. Osbert Lancaster’s designs bring a colourful storybook world to life in this Christmas treat for the whole family.
Beauty and the Beast continues at the Market Place Theatre until Sunday 22nd December. The greatest love story ever told, but told in a way you’ll never have seen the like of before! Audiences can expect an action-packed show bursting with magic, music and plenty of mayhem!
See It’s a Wonderful Life this Saturday afternoon at Roe Valley Arts Centre, Limavady. George Bailey is a small-town man who had always wanted to leave Bedford Falls to see the world, but circumstances have led him to stay. As he prepares to take drastic action, his guardian angel intercedes; showing him what life would have become for the residents of Bedford Falls if he had never lived.
This Saturday evening at the Ardhownen Theatre, in “Mini Strokes of Luck” Terry McHugh will be taking a very funny and honest look at his experience of suffering 2 mini strokes and the effects they had on him. Terry will be joined by the hilarious Frazer Robb who has been performing on the Northern Irish Comedy scene for nearly 10 years as a Stand Up and as part of improv group Wonderfrog.
Join vocal ensemble Cantabelles for a festive evening of Christmas carols and popular songs this Friday evening at Ranfurly House Dungannon. Relax and listen to favourites of O Holy Night and Carol of the Bells. Cantabelles are an established local ensemble combining rich harmonies and vocals to old classics and modern songs.
Meet Aladdin at the Crescent Arts Centre 20th to 22nd December. He is the rough and rugged hero struggling to find his purpose in life. Along the way he falls in love with the beautiful princess Jasmine who has been forced to marry the man her father, the Sultan, picked for her.