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Make your way to the stunning Causeway Coast and Glens for wonderful events and festivals happening throughout the year. From vibrant music and concerts, to traditional country fairs, exhilarating world class road races as well as great walking, storytelling and maritime festivals - there's something for everyone!

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William McKinley, 25th President of the U.S.A., Talk by S Alex Blair

Ballymoney Town Hall Arts, Museum and Visitor Information, Ballymoney, 22 Feb

Local History talk by S Alex Blair on William McKinley, 25th President of the U.S.A., Whose ancestors came from, Conagher Dervock.

Jane Eyre: An Autobiography

Coleraine, 22 Feb

Charlotte Bronte's classic novel, dramatized on stage and starring Rebecca Vaughan. One of the truly great classics in the history of English Literature and performed by an actress whose range and talent is beyond compare.

Seats of Pleasure

Coleraine, 24 Feb

Seats of Pleasure takes a look at the eighteenth century pleasure gardens as represented in literature, art and music. Readings from appropriate literary texts are accompanied by relevant projected images, interspersed with songs and music.

Yoga and Food Tour

Ballycastle, 25 Feb

Enjoy a 'Rest & Restore' morning in beautiful Ballycastle followed by 'not to be missed' Food Tour. Gentle mindful Yoga by Fiona from Cloud Nine NI and one of N.Ireland's Top 5 recommended Food Tours - North Coast Walking Tours

Ulster’s Victoria Cross Heroes of The Great War Exhibition of Paintings

Ballymoney Museum, Ballymoney, 4 Jan - 25 Feb

During the Great War, 628 Victorian Crosses were awarded to servicemen from the UK and its overseas empire. This exhibition celebrates the achievements of 19 gallant V.C. winners from Ulster.

Ardnaglass On The Air

Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre, Limavady, 2 Mar

c21 theatre company present a hilarious rural Rom-com set in the fictitious town of Ardnaglass. Hilarious, cheerful, surprising and tearful, this superb production has a recommended audience age of 16+ years.

Ballycastle Food Tour

Ballycastle, 3 Mar - 4 Mar

Come join me on a walk around Ballycastle, learning about and tasting food and flavours from seasonal game to fresh fish and veg, real Irish breads, locally made cheeses and delicious patisserie/tray bakes.

The 78th Ballymoney Drama Festival

Ballymoney Town Hall Arts, Museum and Visitor Information, Ballymoney, 4 Mar - 11 Mar

This year Ballymoney Drama Festival presents its 78th season of plays in Ballymoney Town Hall. There will be seven plays performed by some of the best and best-known amateur companies in the Province, over seven nights from 4th - 11th March.

Ballycastle & District Horse Ploughing Championship

Ballycastle, 17 Mar

Ballycastle and District Horse Ploughing Society hold their annual Horse Ploughing Match and Heavy Horse Show on St Patrick's Day. This is one of the oldest surviving annual competitions in the whole of Ireland and was formed over 130 years ago.

Andrew Bonar Law "History Talk by S.Alex Blair

Ballymoney Town Hall Arts, Museum and Visitor Information, Ballymoney, 22 Mar

Local History Talk by S Alex Blair on Andrew Bonar Law – Britain’s ‘unknown Prime Minister’ whose family home was at Maddybenny, Portrush, by local historian S Alex Blair.
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