What’s on this Weekend? 9th – 11th Nov 2018

Written by on November 10, 2018

Bangor Festival of One Act Plays
Thursday 8 – Sunday 10 November/ Evening Performances – 7.30pm, Saturday Matinee – 1.30pm
Studio 1A,  Hamilton Road, Bangor, BT20 4JP
£: £10, Season ticket £6
T: 028 9127 0069
W: Bangor Drama Club

Karen Underwood and Band: The Nina in Me
Friday 9 November/7.30pm
Portico, Meeting House Street, Portaferry, BT22 1LE
£: 15
T: 028 4272 8808
W: Portico
The Nina in Me promises to move and entertain you. The show documents the life of Karen Underwood, an ordinary African American woman, who has found herself in Ireland for the past 21 years.

National Portrait Gallery Exhibition
Friday 9 – Sunday 11 November and each Thursday – Sunday until 3 February/11am – 3pm
Mount Stewart, Portaferry Road, Newtownards, BT22 2AD
£: Normal admission
T: 028 4278 8387
W: Mount Stewart
Inspired by the centenary anniversary of Women’s suffrage, Mount Stewart’s forthcoming partnership with the National Portrait Gallery will bring a significant collection on national importance to Northern Ireland. Please see website for dates.

Tidal Tales
Saturday 10 November
WWT Castle Espie Wetland Centre, Comber, BT23 6EA
T: 028 9187 4146
W: Castle Espie
Join us for special stories about some of the amazing creatures you can find around Strangford Lough. Bring your family along and meet our new storyteller Joan, to hear fun and exciting wildlife based tales.  Stories at: 11am, 12noon and 1pm. No Booking required

Model Railway Day 
Saturday 10 November/ 10am-5pm
Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Cultra
£: Tickets are £9.00 (concession £7.00) (Child £5.50)
T: 028 9042 8428
The return of the popular Friends of Cultra Exhibition for 2018! Set in the Railway gallery of the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum it provides the ideal host for the model show!

Santa’s Little Helpers – November  Market
Saturday 10 November/ 10am-4pm
North Down Craft Collective, Church Road, Holywood
£: The £1 entrance fee at our September market will go directly to RNLI
T: North Down Craft Collective

November is such a busy time for Santa’s little helpers!  These talented little elves are painting beautiful pictures, throwing stunning pots, knitting cozy bobble hats not to mention baking cupcakes and making fudge and Christmas marmalade! The rewards of all this activity will be showcasing their creations on Saturday 10th November at the first of our Christmas craft markets! Hope you can join us and meet North Down’s little Elves in the flesh!

Talk on CS Lewis
Monday 12 November/8pm
Comber Historical Society, Park Way, Killinchy Street, Comber
£: £4
T: 028 9752 1014
W: Comber Historical Society
A talk by Sandy Smith.

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