All in What's On This Week
Art, cinema, marching, dancing - there's no excuse to be bored this week. Enjoy!
I've decided it's time for a bit of a change at WOTW HQ. The very nature of the creative and cultural world dictates that some weeks you'll find loads of things happening one night, while others are quiet, so I think a highlights list is more effective than attempting a day-by-day rundown.
What better time to bring back What's On This Week than Hallowe'en? There are loads of spooky goings on, so take your pick. But don't have nightmares....
A lovely variety of events this week - talks, exhibitions, quizzes, music and even superheroes! Make the most of your leisure time this week, and feel free to come back and comment or share your pics if you try out any of the activities in this week's listing.
Another varied week of things to see and do in Northern Ireland. Celebrate the vibrancy of African culture, enjoy maritime merriment or settle in for a movie marathon. Read on to find out more!
A really varied week of events - business, theatre, fashion, music, comedy and even Lego features in the guide this time! If I've missed anything, or you want to suggest something for a future guide, please get in touch. Keep checking the What's On Calendar, as I add events here all the time.
Any week that begins with a bank holiday is off to a good start, but this is a very special week, beginning with the Belfast City Marathon and finishing with the Big Start of the Giro d'Italia 2014. Loads more on besides, and don't forget the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival continues this week, as well as other ongoing festivals.
The week ahead is jam-packed with entertainment, with no fewer than six seven festivals, all kicking off within days of each other. The beloved Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival and Festival of Fools are both back, as well as the much-anticipated Giro d'Italia celebrations. There are two seaside arts events and music in the maiden city, plus more besides. Enjoy!
This week's WOTW is a little late and a little different, but that's OK, as there is still so much happening locally this weekend! Easter fun continues, and there is lots of great music, plus a touch of the exotic...
Literature, upcycling, history, surfing, music and craft - just a few of the fabulous things you can experience in Northern Ireland this week.
Another packed week of events in Northern Ireland, with magic shows, theatre performances, art workshops, music fundraisers and atmospheric film screenings.
Art, music, TV tributes and Titanic running efforts - all in this week's What's On guide. And with British Summertime kicking in, we may have lost an hour's kip at the weekend but now there's a 'grand oul' stretch in the evenings' - so go out and make the most of that extra daylight!
Look - it's everybody's favourite not-so-regular regular post! As mentioned in this week's Monday Makes, The Quill has indeed been resting in its inkwell for a few months, but now we're back with bells on and ready to keep you up to date with the best crafty, creative and cultural goings on throughout the week.
This What's On This Week comes tiptoeing online, in the hope you won't notice it is two days late... It hopes to make up for it with an eclectic mix of events for you to peruse. A huge variety of festive happenings this week, from Christmas tree festivals to panto, but not everything is Yuletide-themed. Enjoy.
Can you believe it will be December by the end of the week?! No longer will we be able to roll our eyes about people getting excited about Christmas "in the middle of November". Old Saint Nick is officially on his way. Therefore, it's no surprise to see a few festive events in this week's What's On guide - and you can probably expect a few more jingle bells over the coming weeks!
Art, music, theatre and cultural meetings - another packed week of arts and entertainment in Northern Ireland!
A definite Hallowe'en flavour this week, but still plenty of variety - from drawing monsters to doing the Monster Mash!
A great week ahead, with music, art, comedy and even conferences!