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ISLAND Arts Centre, Lisburn is a warm, lively, cultural venue. For updates follow @ISLANDartsbiz
The stunning views from Mount Ida studio has been inspirational in much of Trevor’s work.
Wild Strands presents slow adventure NI with experiences of this culturally rich area.
Project 24 is a welcoming, vibrant and dynamic area in the heart of town.
Enjoy the art & taste of Irish Coffee in the heart of Derry with the Irish Coffee Connoisseur
The Crescent is a diverse community arts centre in Belfast.
Historic grade II listed Bloomvale House, home of the award-winning Ballydougan Pottery.
NI Silver make handmade and handcrafted ‘Wearable Memories’ of the major iconic landmarks of NI.
Hot Milk Forge offers Evening and Weekend Classes in Blacksmithing and Bladesmithing.
Uilleann pipe maker based in the Sperrins. Reed making classes also available. Come visit
A unique food journey along the River Foyle and tributaries from the City to the Sperrins Upland.
Gobbins Studio Économusée, near The Gobbins Cliffs, offering watercolour experience workshops.
ISLAND Arts Centre offers a wide range of cultural events. Enjoy an eclectic mix of live theatre, special events and a range of hands–on arts activities, led by professional artists designed to recharge your batteries in a warm, friendly atmosphere.
The stunning views from Mount Ida studio has been inspirational in much of Trevor’s work. The unspoilt rural landscape and assortment of rural buildings steeped in history, feature in ceramic framed pieces.
Wild Strands presents slow adventure NI with experiences of this culturally rich area, led by William Mc Elhinney, the Seaweed Man, with other creative experts from Donegal / Derry/Londonderry. It offers demonstrations, talks and guided tours.
Wander in and around the pods, talk to the artists about their work or consider investing in an exclusive piece of art.
The Irish Coffee Connoisseur invites you to come along to the traditional Irish cottage in Derry's Craft Village in the heart of the city to learn how to create delicious and authentic Irish Coffees.
The Crescent is a diverse community arts centre which has served the population of Belfast and beyond with a wide range of arts and cultural activities for almost 30 years.
Welcome to the historic grade II listed Bloomvale House, home of the award-winning Ballydougan Pottery, Gift Shop, Restaurant and Coffee Shop, Pottery Workshop & Courtyard Cottages.
NI Silver make handmade and handcrafted ‘Wearable Memories’ of the major iconic landmark attractions of Northern Ireland’s 6 Counties including the Giant’s Causeway, the Dark Hedges, the Cranes and Belfast Titanic.
Martin Gallen, winner of the 2012 R.L.O Mealy Pipemaking Scholarship and author of 'Reedmaking by Martin Gallen' proudly presents a fantastic range of high quality reeds, reed making tools, sundries, instrument cases, bellows, pipe making tools.
Explore the wild landscape on a food forage to create your very own lunch with an interactive cooking demonstration hunt for seaweed and edible treats along the coast before an outdoor session of Tai Chi Qigong.
Artist Audrey Kyle works from a converted barn called Gobbins Studio Économusée, nestled on top of the Gobbins Cliffs on a working family farm. She displays her original unique watercolour paintings and runs watercolour experience workshops.
This year the theme for EHOD is ‘The Art of Sharing’ which presents an opportunity to share our heritage stories through our buildings and their connections to location and people. This can be explored through workshops, talks, tours, exhibitions,
From clifftop views to cookery schools, you’ll be surprised at what you find when you go off the beaten track in Fermanagh.
Fermanagh is a vast haven of natural spaces where the slow pace of life seems to make quality time together last longer.
Dust off your witches hats and vampire capes – there are stacks of spooky events taking place across Northern Ireland this Halloween. We've put together 30 things to do for families during half-term (26 October – 4 November).
Gift experiences are marvellous memory-makers. But never is the gift experience more wonderful than at Christmas. No matter how endearingly eccentric your friends and family, there's something to suit everyone....
Northern Ireland has a full range of unique and unusual venues from Stately Homes to Castles and Gaols to Distilleries . There is a venue here to meet everyone’s taste and need. For details on the venues please see below:
This year the EHOD theme is 'The Art of Sharing'. Sharing heritage stories of our buildings and their connections to locations and people through talks, tours, exhibitions, craft, art and performance or screen, we have an excellent programme of
Taking place over the weekend of 14 and 15 September, this year’s theme is Arts and Entertainment. Visitors will be given access to some of the most remarkable and iconic places that have shaped the arts and entertainment in Northern Ireland. From
From saintly trails to galactic tales, County Armagh is the perfect place for lovers of Celtic history, early Christianity, architecture and literature. Take a weekend to explore the Orchard County and its Bramley apples, the historic Armagh city,
Northern Ireland is home to many a literary legend, but perhaps none more legendary than the Nobel Laureate, Seamus Heaney. This autumn, step into the Seamus Heaney experience and explore his beloved home place, Bellaghy. Discover the life and literature,
As essential to your game as the warm-up, the 19th hole is the only way to enjoy well-earned refreshment and relaxation after testing your guile and skills against both nature and man.
From shopping centres and high streets filled with designer brands to village studios selling the wares of local craftspeople, Northern Ireland is a great place for shopping. Here are the key destinations to hit the shops.