What's On

27/02/2015 to 02/05/2015
Jazz Supper Club returns to Encore Brasserie with a series of fantastic local jazz acts to help wind down after a busy week. Price includes live jazz music and a three course meal with wine or a cocktail.
Quercus Ensemble presents Roald Dahl’s Three Little Pigs, a musical story telling event for all the family. Come along and experience this fantastic musical adaptation by the composer Paul Patterson.
Uncle Andy takes his annual week off from the Kneebreakers to bring sophistication, Protestant culture and laughs to the Millennium Forum. He’ll be ably assisted by Pastor Begbie (Paddy Jenkins) as well as Billy, Dympna, Ma and Cal. Da will be there too - unless he gets an invite to the Palace. Why is he the only Shinner who’s not allowed to meet the Queen?
Junk Kouture is an exciting recycled fashion competition which challenges second level students from across Ireland and Northern Ireland to create wearable couture fashion from rubbish that would normally find its way into landfill.
The hilarious new comedy from award-winning playwright, Brenda Murphy. Set in an isolated cottage on the snow-trapped Black Mountain, the play tells the story of a bizarre love triangle. Pregnant Patsy from West Belfast has gone there to have her baby with the support of her two friends: older woman and academic Sally and beautiful American Law student, Madison.
Being one of the World’s most recognised Spiritualist Mediums and Healers, Colin’s TV series “6ixth Sense” has now been broadcast worldwide for twelve years and his public performances are in demand internationally.
Top Irish stand-up and TV comic Neil Delamere is coming to the Millennium Forum, Derry with his brand new tour, The Fresh Prince of Delamere.
X-FACTOR winner Joe McElderry is hitting the road with a brand new show after the sell-out success of last year’s nationwide tour.
18/03/2015 to 21/03/2015
This is Ireland, pre ‘Credit Union’ days. A time when the pawn shop was the only place people could get a ‘len’ to see them through to Friday and pay day. Jim’s suit, tailor made by himself, is in the pawn, where it has resided from Monday to Saturday for the last two years. Kitty, his downtrodden wife, is thrown into panic when Jim comes home on Tuesday and tells her to iron it for a ‘do’ he is going to that night.
Ward Thomas may well be on the threshold of becoming one of the first genuine major British Country acts proving to be one of the most exciting and talented of the new crop of names to have appeared on the international Country music scene. 20-year old twin sisters Catherine and Lizzy Ward Thomas have had Country music in their blood ever since they were introduced to the sounds of Carrie Underwood, Dixie Chicks and Alison Krauss by a Canadian cousin in their early teens.