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FEBRUARY 07 2019
February 2-21
DiscoverNorthernIreland.com has stacks of fun things
to do across NI, from family days out to gigs and
cultural events. Here are 10 exciting things taking place
from February 11-17:
Valentine’s Pop Up Cinema, Belfast, February 14:
Alibi will be showing the movie ‘Ghost’ on
the big screen. This special Valentine’s event
costs £30 per couple, includes a one hour
clay/pottery workshop, movie tickets, two
pizzas and a bottle of prosecco. Plus all you
can eat popcorn.
Exhibition: The Echlinville Distillery, Newtownards,
February 2-21: A ‘field to glass’ distillery,
Echlinville’s new-make spirits are distilled
from barley grown and harvested from their
own fields and floor malted on their distillery
farm. Their story is one of provenance, pride
in their roots in the Ards Peninsula and
devotion to the ancient art of distilling.
Valentine’s Roller Disco, Belfast, February 14-15:
Back by popular demand to the MAC, access
to the rink will be organised in sessions.
When the skating session is over, stay and
enjoy the party with dancing all night, or rest
those weary limbs and watch your friends
from the viewing gallery.
ABOVE: Gradam Ceoil, Belfast, February 17.
ABOVE: Czech Selection, Belfast, February 14.
NI Science Festival, Across NI, February 14-24:
With over 180 events across 50+ venues,
the NI Science Festival offers a stimulating
and wide range of events focusing on the
wonders of science, technology, engineering
and mathematics. For full line-up visit
MARVEL-OUS Mid-Term Madness, Limavady,
February 15-19: Are your little ones a Captain
America, Thor or Iron Man. Come to
Carrowmena Activity Centre this half term
and they can climb, zip, leap and shoot like
their favourite Marvel characters before
going on a marvellous hunt to find them.
Czech Selection, Belfast, February 14: Enjoy
a delightful afternoon of Czech music,
conducted by Czech Jiri Roen at the Ulster
Hall. Including Suk’s Meditation on the Old
Czech Chorale St Wenceslas and Kabelác’s
ABOVE: Valentine’s Roller Disco, Belfast, February 14-15.
ABOVE: MARVEL-OUS Mid-Term Madness, Limavady, February 15-19.
Symphony No.4 Camerata.
that feel at once both insightful and familiar.
Music in The Chamber – David C Clements, Bangor,
February 15: Performing at Bangor Castle,
David Clements is an alternative folk singer
with swelling melodies and vocals touched
with the ache of experience, retelling tales
Gradam Ceoil, Belfast, February 17: This gala
award ceremony at the Waterfront Hall will
feature traditional music, song and dance
covering a wide array of talent from home
and abroad including Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill,
Conor Connolly and Catherine McEvoy.
Ice Bowl Valentine’s Day, Dundonald,
February 14: Score a strike this Valentine’s
Day at Dundonald Ice Bowl. With Valentine
inspired music and spot prizes throughout
the night, book a date this Valentine’s Day
and enjoy a special Xtreme Bowling session
in the Valentine’s themed bowling centre.
ABOVE: Music in The Chamber – David C
Clements, Bangor, February 15.
ABOVE: Ice Bowl Valentine’s Day, Dundonald, February 14.
Anthony Toner, Belfast, February 17: Since
the release of the hugely popular single
‘Sailortown’ 10 years ago, Anthony has been
constantly in forward motion, releasing
a string of popular albums and playing
countless live performances. Expect an
evening of peerless musicianship, great
stories and songs old and new at the Lyric
For more information For more
information on these events or to plan
a short break in Northern Ireland, visit
LEFT: Anthony Toner,
Belfast, February 17.
ABOVE: Valentine’s Pop Up Cinema, Belfast, February 14.
ABOVE: NI Science Festival, across NI, February 14-24.


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