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What's In A Year
Acrylic, oil and mixed-media paintings by disabled artists.
From Nov 4, Mon-Sat, times vary, ends Dec 31
The Panto Company presents a pantomime with chart songs and dance routines, telling the magical story of how Dick Whittington went to London to seek his fortune with his loyal and ingenious cat.
Dec 12-14, 7.30pm, mats Dec 9-13, 11am, Dec 14, 2.30pm
A cast of West-End singers, backed by The Jazz- All-Stars, perform over 30 well known Christmas hits.
Rick Swann And His All-Star Band
Mainstream jazz by the trumpeter and his accompanying musicians.
Jesus Christ Superstar: Ballywillan Drama Group
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical based on the Gospels.
From Jan 16, Tue-Sat 8pm, mats Sat 2.30pm, ends Feb 1
Play On Words Theatre Company presents the story of the intrepid Antarctic explorer and one of Ireland's unsung heroes, brought vividly to life in a dramatic and humorous solo performance.
Stand Up Man
Tim McGarry stars in Derek Murphy's dark comedy drama following a week in the life of a stand-up comedian on the edge of a mental and physical breakdown.
The Henry Girls
County Donegal-born sisters Karen, Lorna and Joleen McLaughlin perform classic Irish-folk with elements of bluegrass, country and Americana.
American Wrestling Roadshow
Watch wrestling superstars perfect their craft in the ring.
Elaine Wood And Steve Farlow
The two-piece performs country music with elements of gospel.
The showband performs Irish, country and pop tunes.
Give My Head Peace Live
A stage version of the satirical BBC comedy series, featuring Tim McGarry.
Entertaining Mr Sloane
Joe Orton's unique blend of farce and black comedy was first staged at the Arts Theatre in London in 1964, winning the London Critics Variety award for best play of the year.
Brian Friel's rarely performed poetic tale about a blind woman who is persuaded to have an operation to restore her sight. Her husband Frank is convinced she has nothing to lose; her ophthalmologist Mr Rice is not so sure. The play charts their expectations and fantasies of how the operation will change everything, not just for Molly, but for all three of them.
Smashing Times presents a fusion of text, physical movement and dance exploring memories and experiences of conflict and pathways to peace.
Lilting pop and soul by the singer-songwriter and pianist as he performs songs from the album This Is Michael English.
A fresh adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's classic short story about Alexey, a government bureaucrat, who awakens one morning horrified to discover that his nose has run off. Join Alexey as he frantically tries to stop his runaway nose from causing him all manner of public humiliation and get back on his face.
The Great Hunger
Peter Duffy plays the role of bachelor farmer Patrick Maguire in a stage adaptation of Patrick Kavanagh's epic poem set in Ireland in the 1930s.
Sister Act: The Musical: Portrush Music Society
Musical comedy about a gangster's moll who seeks refuge in a convent.
Apr 25, 29 & 30, May 1-3, 8pm, mat Apr 26, 2.30pm
The Jungle Book: Riverbank Productions (Ages 4-9)
Rudyard Kipling's story is brought to life on stage.
Ballet Theatre UK: The Little Mermaid
A dramatic re-telling of Hans Christian Andersen's classic story in which a beautiful young mermaid falls in love with a human Prince and gives up everything to win his love.
The Gingerbread Man: Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre (Over 3s)
Children's puppet show based around a traditional story.
Albert Lee & Hogans Heroes
Country-rock and blues courtesy of the veteran Grammy Award-winning guitarist and colleagues.
The singer-songwriter from Country Derry performs folk ballads.
Damien O'Kane, Beoga
Irish and contemporary folk by the Colreine-born singer who is now resident in Yorkshire.
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