What’s on this weekend – 1st – 3rd March 2019

Written by on March 1, 2019

Giant LEGO Brick Trail
Saturday 2 – Sunday 31 March

Castle Espie Wetland Centre, Ballydrain Road, Comber, BT23 6EA
£: trail included in admission.
T: 028 9187 4146
W: Lego Brick Trail
The Giant LEGO Brick Trail is back by popular demand! Enjoy the  individually-designed LEGO brick characters, some up to twelve times life size, include Natalie the Nene, the world’s rarest goose and Benedict the Bewick’s swan, magnificently stretching his brick wings. 
LEGO Brick Workshops
Saturdays & Sundays in March/12noon, 1pm & 2pm

Castle Espie Wetland Centre, Ballydrain Road,
Comber, BT23 6EA
£: £10
T: 028 9187 4146
W: Book now
Interactive workshops for all Lego fans – complete three exciting tasks during the hour long workshop including building your own Lego owl to take home. Suitable for ages 4+. Children must be accompanied by adults at all times (and vice-versa!). Booking essential.
A Spring Celebration in Words and Music with Cappella Caeciliana
Saturday 2 March /7.30pm

Clandeboye Courtyard, Bangor, BT19 1RN
£: £16
T: 028 9185 3457
W: Tickets
An evening of choral singing under the direction of Donal McCrisken. This promises to be a truly special evening with a themed blend of choral music and poetry readings. Bar facilities will be available at the Banqueting Hall on the night.
The Trial of Oscar Wilde
Saturday 2 March/7.30pm

Portico, Portaferry, BT22 1PE
£: £15; under 25s £5 
T: 028 4272 8808
W: Book now
Merlin Holland, Wilde’s only surviving grandson, and international director John O’Connor, have collected and dramatised Court records, journalists’ notes and newspaper reports of the three trials involving the flawed genius, Oscar Wilde.  “…as good as being in the gallery.” The Independent.

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