For a small city, Newry packs in the attractions
Land of the Mourne Mountains, inspiration for Narnia
This ‘Come & Try It’ Cycle event which will run alongside PSYCLE (an 8hr MTB endurance event) ...
This is undoubtedly the most commanding building in Newry designed by Thomas Duff.
Newry’s historical market gives the keen shopper a chance to find a bargain.
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Have you an appetite to learn new skills in outdoor adventure activities?
@East Coast Adventure, Knockbarragh
Take the next step on your way to becoming an outdoor climber.
These trails in Kilbroney Park bring to life the story of Narnia and other stories, myths and ...
Sticky Fingers International Children’s festival brings theatre, dance and arts to children.
Wet and Wild goes weird this Halloween, with a Monster Adventure Day.
The Bjorn Identity Abba Tribute Show will get you on your feet with a host of memorible hits.
Grab your fishnets and pelvic thrust your way to Newcastle Cinema for some Time Warp fun.
Enjoy a magical pre Christmas show with Ruth Trimble in the candlelit Bronte Church
Master hypnotist Adrian Knight performing mind-blowing mentalism and of course hilarious hypnotism.
One of Ireland's premier off road running events set to attract participants from across the world.
We are delighted that The Priests will be singing cherished seasonal songs and much loved classics.
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£40 adults, £36 students
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