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  1. Carol singing in the church at Ulster Folk Museum

    Holywood

    Address

    Ulster Folk Museum, 153 Bangor Road, Cultra, Holywood, County Down, BT18 0EU

    Telephone

    02890428428

    Price

    Price £12.00 Per Ticket

    Type

    Type:

    Christmas Events

    A magical evening of traditional carols with the Fortwilliam Musical Society

    Venue

    Ulster Folk Museum, Holywood

    Dates

    From:
    14 Dec 2022Open 18:30 - 20:00

    Price

    Price £12.00 Per Ticket

    Facilities

    Parking & Transport

    • On site parking
  2. A waitress is showing a bottle of wine to a seated gentleman. The gentleman is Groucho Marx. In the background, there is a large image of T.S. Eliot
    A pop singer poses with her pink guitar. She is dressed in an 80's style light pink fake crocodile leather jacket. She wears large neon diamond earrin
    Paul Carrack is wearing a grey shirt, sunglasses and a beige Cuban style straw hat
    Opera singer Teiya Kasahara 笠原貞野 is wearing an elaborate witch-like costume as they play the part of The Magic Flute’s iconic Queen of the Night.
    A line of dancers appear, wearing navy blue clothes and bathed in blue light. Their facial expressions are serious and somewhat weary.
    A glamourous woman poses as if she were a cabaret singer in a scene of a 1950's movie.
    Jonathan Coe is a middle aged white man, with grey hair and a short grey beard. He wears a black shirt.
    Two performers are on stage. The backdrop is of a remote Inuk settlement in the Canadian Artic. To the left is Evalyn Parry, playing a guitar. To the
    The setting is a museum gallery. In the centre, a human shaped figure appears like a sculpture, wearing a medieval style metal helmet and chainmail, o
    A colour treated image showing a blue sheep against a grey landscape. There is a black horizontal line obscuring the sheep's eyes
    A waitress is showing a bottle of wine to a seated gentleman. The gentleman is Groucho Marx. In the background, there is a large image of T.S. Eliot
    A pop singer poses with her pink guitar. She is dressed in an 80's style light pink fake crocodile leather jacket. She wears large neon diamond earrin
    Paul Carrack is wearing a grey shirt, sunglasses and a beige Cuban style straw hat
    Opera singer Teiya Kasahara 笠原貞野 is wearing an elaborate witch-like costume as they play the part of The Magic Flute’s iconic Queen of the Night.
    A line of dancers appear, wearing navy blue clothes and bathed in blue light. Their facial expressions are serious and somewhat weary.
    A glamourous woman poses as if she were a cabaret singer in a scene of a 1950's movie.
    Jonathan Coe is a middle aged white man, with grey hair and a short grey beard. He wears a black shirt.
    Two performers are on stage. The backdrop is of a remote Inuk settlement in the Canadian Artic. To the left is Evalyn Parry, playing a guitar. To the
    The setting is a museum gallery. In the centre, a human shaped figure appears like a sculpture, wearing a medieval style metal helmet and chainmail, o
    A colour treated image showing a blue sheep against a grey landscape. There is a black horizontal line obscuring the sheep's eyes

    Belfast

    Address

    Various locations across Belfast, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 1FF

    Telephone

    +44 (0)28 9033 2261

    Type

    Type:

    Festival

    Northern Ireland's largest contemporary arts festival promises a compelling programme of drama and dance, topical talks with the authors behind the latest literary releases, classical music, toe-tapping folk and roots, independent film and…

    Dates

    From:
    4 Feb 2023
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