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Nov 28 2013 - Dec 23 2013
Go back in time at Titanic Belfast and experience a traditional Christmas come to life, with Father Christmas arriving on 28 November to spread festive cheer for all.
Dec 05 2013 - Dec 24 2013
Step inside a magical, twinkling wonderland of light as the Large Parterre in Antrim Castle Gardens is transformed into an Enchanted Winter Garden.
Dec 06 2013 - Dec 22 2013
Escape to warm Oriental nights this Christmas as The Market Place Theatre, Armagh takes you on a magical carpet ride to the exotic lands of The East with the spectacular 2013 pantomime ‘Aladdin’.
Dec 06 2013 - Dec 19 2013
The Snow Queen rules her magical kingdom with a heart of ice and a grip as cold as steel. She has a chilling plan: to freeze the hearts of all living things and rule supreme over a world of snow and...
Dec 09 2013
Make a seasonal Sun-Catcher in ‘Tiffany’ glass with glass artist and qualified teacher Irene McBride of Discovery Glass.
Dec 12 2013 - Dec 23 2013
Everyone's favourite Christmas Festival is back again for the 9th consecutive year, bringing Christmas cheer and magical festive treats to the heart of Dublin from the IFSC at Georges Dock.
Dec 12 2013
Celebrate Christmas with carols sung in Irish by the children of Bun Scoil na Traonaigh, Lisnaskea.Minced pies, soft drinks & refreshments served.
Dec 12 2013 - Dec 18 2013
The MAC are delighted to announce that following on from the success of Pony Panto 2012, the guys from ponydance will be returning this season to help add some necessary camp to your Christmas.Read more
Enjoy mulled wine and mince pies, and listen to a Victorian storyteller as you browse the selection of festive goods. There's face painting and sounds from a brass band. Santa may even drop by!
Dec 12 2013 - Dec 14 2013
A market town since 1244, Athenry boasts a traditional Irish Christmas market on the 12-14 December with a real festive feel, featuring goods from local producers, crafters and artists while carol...
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