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Events happening near by Portmore Road Portstewart Northern Ireland



John O'Callaghan Halloween fancy Dress ball



Venue:
Lush
Bushmills Road Portrush County Antrim Portrush

When:
Sat, 27 Oct 2018 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD


LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD Banyan Puppet Theatre Saturday 27 October, 1pm Flowerfield Arts Centre ‘Oh Grandma, what big eyes you have!’    A curious young girl weaves her way through the wintery woods to her grandma’s house. A journey full of surprises... A playful and imaginative re-telling of the timeless Brother Grimm’s story.       ... Animations Magazine “Live performance, puppet operation and visual invention...Banyan’s ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ is designed for children, but if you, an adult, ever wondered why you were fascinated by the art of puppetry, go and see it, and you will be well reminded!” Suitable for aged 3-11 years. Ticket £5 Duration: 45 mins www.flowerfield.org

Venue:
Flowerfield Arts Centre
185 Coleraine Road Portstewart

When:
Sat, 27 Oct 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Hedgehog Prince


Be careful what you wish for… A couple long for a child be it as beautiful as a snowdrop or as prickly as a hedgehog! The incredible Banyan Theatre spin a tale bursting with magic and enchantment, a boy bewitched, a giant cockerel, a king lost in a forest and a promise never to be broken. The Hedgehog Prince is based on an old traditional folktale and uses puppetry, object theatre and original music which will enchant young and old alike. The perfect Christmas outing for the family, please join our other seasonal and winter-inspired free family activities from 2-3pm, including face painters and drop-in creative making in the galleries. Suitable for ages 5+ years. Duration: 45 mins

Venue:
Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart
185 Coleraine Road Portstewart

When:
Sat, 22 Dec 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Illuminate Women's Conference 2018


With Kay Warren, Co-founder Saddleback Church We are called to carry His light to a world struggling in darkness, longing for hope. No matter what we face, we will find a way to bring His light to our waiting world.So we join together to look to the One who is our true North,our bright and morning star, our ever-present guide.We join to celebrate and listen to Jesus who takes our hand and invites us intothe adventure of a life following Him.  We will set our hearts and our eyes on Him.   We will set our course by the One who is our Compass.  “Give me Your lantern and compass. Give me a map so I may find my way…to the place of your presence.”  Psalm 43:3-4

Venue:
Causeway Coast Vineyard
10 Hillmans Way Coleraine

When:
Fri, 9 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Mulligan Brothers


Hailing from Alabama, The Mulligan Brothers have spent the last three years touring throughout the US and Europe, playing their unique brand of Americana Folk Rock. The songwriting and warm, honest, straight-to-the heart voice of lead singer Ross Newell draws listeners into the group’s signature sound, where the harmonies of Greg DeLuca, Ben Leininger and Melody Duncan make the songs soar or haunt from the shadows. De Luca plays drums and Leininger is on the bass. Fiddler Melody Duncan joined the band last year, bringing a female voice and perspective.   The Mulligan Brothers have released multiple albums, The Mulligan Brothers, Via Portland (recorded in Portland with Grammy-winning producer Steve Berlin) and earlier this year, Songs for the Living and Otherwise and are fast gaining international acclaim, playing major festivals such as Americana Music Festival and New Orleans Jazz Fest, alongside artists such as Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell and Steve Earle.  The Mulligan Brothers perform in our candlelit cabaret style intimate auditorium. This is a BYO event.

Venue:
Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart
185 Coleraine Road Portstewart

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Ladies Night at Bushmills


Our exclusive Ladies Nights are back for 2018!  Join us at Creative Gardens Bushmills on Thursday 22nd November & Thursday 29th November                                                                Tickets £10pp  On arrival enjoy some shortbread and mulled wine, a delicious fork supper served from 6 - 7:30pm then followed by late night shopping until 9pm with exclusive offers!                                                                                                                         Ladies Night Menu  Mains Chicken Curry  Vegetable Curry  Peppered Pork (Gluten Free)  Sides Boiled Rice  Mixed Side Salad  Garlic Bread  Dessert Homemade Mince Pies,with Fresh Cream  (alternative GF option available)  Tea & Filter Coffee  Drinks Red House Wine White House Wine  If you have any queries or dietary requirements, please contact us on 02891883603

Venue:
Creative Gardens Bushmills
88 Ballyclogh Road Bushmills

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Encounter More Conference 2019



Venue:
Causeway Coast Vineyard
10 Hillman's Way Blackheath

When:
Thu, 23 May 2019 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Mid-Atlantic


A Specially Curated 10th Anniversary Opening Night Event Poems and Music from Neil Martin, Frank Ormsby and Anthony Toner Acclaimed poet Frank Ormsby makes a long-awaited return to Flowerfield for a special Atlantic Sessions 10th birthday appearance – in the company of two of Northern Ireland’s foremost musicians: songwriter Anthony Toner and composer Neil Martin. All three were collaborators on the spoken-word-and-music CD The Kiss of Light, released earlier this year and featuring poems read by Frank and instrumentals composed by Anthony and featuring Neil on cello and Linley Hamilton on trumpet. They are reunited for this special evening of poetry, stories and music. The evening will feature readings from Frank – by turns profoundly moving and laugh-out-loud funny - and a selection of cello-and-guitar instrumentals from the Kiss of Light project, as well as songs from Anthony’s extensive back catalogue, and some gorgeous solo cello pieces and stories from Neil Martin. All of this laced with the kind of easy onstage rapport you can expect from these friends and well-travelled artists. For this special concert as part of the Atlantic Sessions' 10th birthday, all three will include works with a tang of the salt air about them - Anthony will feature a brand new song, 'Lost at Sea', while Neil will play his wonderful rendition of 'Port na bPucai', a tune from the Blasket Islands.

Venue:
Flowerfield Arts Centre
185 Coleraine Road Portstewart

When:
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Johnny Cash Live at Folsom Prison: 50th Anniversary Tribute by the Junior Johnston Band


Curated by Joe Lindsay to mark the 10th Anniversary of Atlantic Sessions: “On January 13th 1968, Johnny Cash performed two of the most important gigs of his life. Much against everyone's advice at Columbia records, Cash, June Carter, Carl Perkins, the Statler Brothers and the Tennessee Three went to Folsom Prison to record a live album in front of an audience of inmates. His career seem to being stalling, this was a make or break live album. He'd been interested in performing in a prison since his 1955 single Folsom Prison Blues. The 15 tracks on the album released that May came from 13 tracks from the first gig, two from the second, Cash had always intended to do two gigs, in case he wasn't happy with just one. It was a pure 'belt and braces' approach and even had the blessing of future President, then Governor of California, Ronald Reagan. The setlist included the gallows-humoured '25 Minutes To Go', 'I Got Stripes', 'Jackson' with June Carter and 'Greystone Chapel' written by inmate Glen Sherley, who was in the front row unaware Cash was going to perform his song. The live version of Folsom Prison Blues gave him his first number one single in four years; the album, a number one on the Country charts, top 15 on the national chart. The gamble paid off and was the first of 4 albums he would record in prisons. The Man In Black reminded the world how much of an outlaw he truly was. It has since went three times platinum and is considered one of the greatest live recordings in American music history. This year Atlantic Sessions will be marking its 50th anniversary with a special gig recreating that iconic album by Junior Johnson and his band. This will be a unique event not to be missed.”

Venue:
Portrush Town Hall
Mark Street Portrush

When:
Fri, 16 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Sunday Brunch feat Kitt Philippa, Arborist, Ciara O’Neill & Matt McGinn


Curated for the 10th Anniversary of Atlantic Sessions by Ralph McLean: “I’m thrilled once again to curate the much loved Sunday Brunch at the glorious Flowerfield.  I go way back with the Atlantic Sessions so getting to hand pick a selection of my favourite artists to play “In The Round” is a real honour that I look forward to every year.  I’m always in awe at the sheer amount of musical talent we have in this country and the sheer range of musical styles we produce never fails to amaze me. That eclectic range of sounds is reflected in this years Brunch line up.  We’ve got rising star Kitt Philippa, whose beautiful blend of electronica and song writing has been winning them friends all over in 2018, the hugely talented Ciara O’Neill, whose gorgeous album Arrow is one of my essential releases of the year so far, Armagh songsmith Matt McGinn, who’s long been a favourite on my BBC radio shows, and a performance from the sublimely talented Mark McCambridge AKA Arborist to look forward to.  All that plus the warmth of a Portstewart welcome and the promise of a bacon roll!  What more could you ask for on a cold November lunchtime?  Personally I can hardly wait!”

Venue:
Flowerfield Arts Centre
185 Coleraine Road Portstewart

When:
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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