As half-term madness continues we take a look at a few of the best activities to amuse both the kids and yourself.
Festival of Colours
Bring an energetic burst of colour to your weekend this April 3rd with this traditional Indian Spring time tradition. The Titanic Exhibition Centre will be the venue for the vivid, dye-throwing multi-colour frenzy which is at the heart of the annual Holi (Colour) Festival, which is a high-spirited, fun-filled party for all the family. Begins at 1pm.
Newry Twilight Market
Taking place on April 1st the local market will be transformed into a food and drink haven where visitors will be able to feast on some of the unique food elements that make up the upcoming and thriving food and drinks sector in Newry, Mourne and Down. A wide selection of local pop-up restaurants and food producers are expected on the night, combined with entertaining chef demonstrations, food tastings, live music and full bar facilities. Hill Street, Newry from 5-11pm.
Easter Craft and Games Club
Children aged 5-12 can enjoy the Easter school holidays at the excellent Easter Craft Club at the Palace Stables, Demesne, Armagh where they can get their hands dirty making traditional Easter crafts, take part in egg rolling, games and of course the ever popular Easter egg hunt. The craft club runs from 10am – 4pm on March 31st – April 1st and has a fully supervised lunch.
The feisty foursome bring their Get Weird tour to a climax in Belfast’s SSE Arena on March 31st. Featuring all the hits from their third album including the no.1 smash Black Magic and duet with Jason Derulo, Secret Love Song plus support from Nathan Sykes.With a matinee show at 2pm and another one later that evening remaining tickets are scarce for this sizzling show.