Search

Events Around Antrim

Past events    

More details - Cheeki Monkeys BIG Baby & Children's Pre-loved Sale
Cheeki Monkeys is coming to Belfast! Declutter your home and make some cash! Sell your pre-loved baby and children’s items at our first event in Northern Ireland! Even better, have your kids entertained whilst you make some cash or shop for bargains!
Skainos Centre, 241 Newtownards Road
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Giant's Causeway - European Heritage Open Day Architectural Interest Tour
Take a guided tour of the striking yet sympathetically designed Visitor Centre and learn more about its sustainability. Rising and blending into the landscape, with walls of glass, basalt columns and a state-of-the-art interior, the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Centre has just marked its 5th anniversary.
Giant’s Causeway, 44a Causeway Road, Bushmills,
Sat 7 Sep 19

More details - White Park Bay - Geology Walk
Ian Enlander will once again be leading this geology tour in association with Earth Science Ireland. Learn about the geology of Ballintoy Harbour and White Park Bay Coastal path Booking Essential - No Charge / Donations Welcome. Booking Essential. Phone: 028 7084 8728. Dogs on leads welcome.
White Park Bay
Sat 31 Aug 19

More details - White Park Bay - Go Wild with the Rangers
Join our rangers for a morning of fun and adventure on White Park Bay. Booking essential - No Charge / Donations Welcome. Booking Essential. Phone: 028 7084 8728. Dogs on leads welcome.
White Park Bay
Fri 23 Aug 19

More details - Divis and the Black Mountain - Walking Yellow Jacks Cairn
Find out more about Divis and the Black Mountain’s remarkable archaeological landscape. Walk with our ranger team and learn about the Yellow Jacks Cairn, an old burial cairn steeped in history. Booking Not Needed.
Divis and the Black Mountain
Sun 11 Aug 19

More details - Carrick-a-Rede - Fishery Open Weekend - August
Cast a net to the past! Cross the bridge for the chance to see inside the old fisherman’s cottage on Carrick-a-Rede island. Guided talks in the cottage every 15 minutes between 1pm-4pm. Learn about the history of salmon fishing on the north coast and the first rope bridge used by fishermen at Carrick-a-Rede.
Carrick-a-Rede, 119a Whitepark Road, Ballintoy,
Sat 10 Aug 19

More details - Paperboy
After a sell-out run last summer the smash hit musical PAPERBOY is back! It’s 1975 and 12 year old Tony dutifully goes about his paper round. Belfast in the seventies is like the newspapers he delivers: everything is black and white, albeit Orange and Green.
Lyric Theatre Belfast 55 Ridgeway st, Belfast
Thu 1 Aug 19

More details - NYOS Jazz Orchestra Summer Tour 2019
NYOS Jazz Orchestra continues to enjoy prestigious performance opportunities nationally and internationally and this year is no different with the orchestra making its debut appearances at the Mac in Belfast and at the Sligo Jazz Festival, as part of a tour to Northern Ireland and Eire.
The MAC (Metropolitan Arts Centre), Belfast
Mon 22 Jul 19

More details - White Park Bay - Picnic and Pulling
Pack up a picnic and assist our ranger team with some Ragwort pulling for an hour or more. Learn about why we need to remove most of the ragwort but not all of it Booking Essential No Charge / Donations Welcome. Booking Essential. Phone: 028 7084 8728. Dogs on leads welcome.
White Park Bay
Sat 29 Jun 19

More details - Wallace & Gromit's Musical Marvels
Join everyone’s favourite dynamic duo as Wallace prepares to perform his musical masterpiece My Concerto in Ee Lad with help from his faithful canine companion Gromit…what could possibly go wrong?!
The Lyric Theatre 55 Ridgeway Street Belfast Belfast
Sun 26 May 19

More details - White Park Bay - Bluebell and Bird Walk
An exciting opportunity to discover the bluebells and birds of White Park Bay. Our knowledgeable ranger will lead you to the best views of the bluebells and identify all our feathered friends Booking essential - No charge / Donations Welcome. Booking Essential. Phone: 028 7084 8728. Dogs on leads welcome.
White Park Bay
Sat 18 May 19

More details - Keith James - The Songs of Leonard Cohen
A number of years have now passed since singer/guitarist Keith James paralysed the whole country with his stunningly beautiful series of concerts entitled The Songs of Nick Drake.
Creacent Arts Centre, 2-4 University Rd, Belfast
Sat 18 May 19

More details - White Park Bay - Primrose Walk and Dawn Chorus
Tune your ears in to the birdy melodies from our delightful songbirds as we wind our way through an ocean of primroses. Booking Essential. Phone: 028 7084 8728. Dogs on leads welcome.
White Park Bay
Sat 27 Apr 19

More details - Giant's Causeway - Earth Day Guided Geology Walk
Learn about the fascinating geology at the Giant’s Causeway. Celebrate Earth Day with a guided walk of the coastline with geologist Ian Enlander and learn about the geology of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Booking is essential for this event, which is free of charge. Booking Essential. Phone: 028 2073 3419.
Giant’s Causeway, 44a Causeway Road, Bushmills,
Sun 21 Apr 19

More details - Giant's Causeway - World Heritage Day
Come celebrate World Heritage Day at the Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come meet some of the team and discover what makes this such a special place and how the National Trust is protecting the site for ever, for everyone. Booking Not Needed.
Giant’s Causeway, 44a Causeway Road, Bushmills,
Thu 18 Apr 19

More details - Glenoe - Glenoe Geology Walk
Learn about the fascinating geology along the coastline at Glenoe with our volunteer geologist Ian Enlander. Organised in partnership with Earth Science Ireland. Booking Not Needed. Children welcome.
Glenoe
Sat 13 Apr 19

More details - Carrick-a-Rede - Fishery Open Weekend
Cast a net to the past! Cross the bridge for the chance to see inside the old fisherman’s cottage on Carrick-a-Rede island. Guided talks in the cottage every 15 minutes between 1pm-4pm. Learn about the history of salmon fishing on the north coast and the first rope bridge used by fishermen at Carrick-a-Rede.
Carrick-a-Rede, 119a Whitepark Road, Ballintoy,
Sat 13 Apr 19

More details - Carrick-a-Rede - Family Woodland Planting Day
We are planting a new woodland in an effort to help nature flourish along our coastline and we need your help! You can help us plant four acres of native woodland close to Ballintoy and Carrick-a-Rede.
Carrick-a-Rede, 119a Whitepark Road, Ballintoy,
Sat 23 Mar 19

More details - Belfast Children's Festival
Enjoy the very best international and local arts experiences for children and young people in Belfast Children’s Festival’s 21st edition. Dive into the packed programme of theatre, dance, visual art, music, literature, comedy, workshops and talks, guaranteed to inspire joy, creativity and curiosity.
Cotton Court 30-42 Waring Street Belfast
Fri 8 Mar 19

More details - Essay Shark Workshop
Why do you need a motivation letter? To get a place in a prestigious university, college, a scholarship or a dream job. Our professional essay writers will tell you how to do this successfully.
Steeple Rd Industrial Estate, Antrim
Wed 13 Feb 19

More details - Strictly Solo Latin Dance Classes for Beginners
**NEW** Solo Latin Dance Classes for Beginners Can’t find a partner? Have a partner who won’t go dancing? Or just don’t feel ready to dance with a partner yet? Then Solo Latin Dance might be just the thing.
St John’s Masonic Club, Mill Brae, Larne
Mon 14 Jan 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Paddington 2
Following the mayhem and excitement of arriving in London from Peru, Paddington is now happily settled in with the Brown family. Looking to save up some money to buy his Aunt Lucy a birthday present, he gets various jobs in and around the local area.
Omniplex Larne, Redlands, Larne, County Antrim
Fri 23 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
Twenty years after the events of the first film, four teenagers are at home playing on their computer console, when they suddenly find themselves sucked into the games jungle setting.
Movie House Belfast Cityside, City Side Retail Park, 100 - 150 York Street, Belfast, Antrim
Fri 23 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Mission: Impossible - Fallout
The sixth installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise sees the action as kinetic and the stunts as audacious as they have ever been. Added to this is an intelligent, witty script that is full of intrigue and double-crossing, providing a greater complexity to Ethan Hunts backstory than has been seen before.
ODEON Belfast, Unite 13SF, 1 Victoria Square, Belfast, Antrim
Fri 23 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Tad The Lost Explorer And The Secret Of King Midas
This animated sequel picks up two years after the first adventure of Tad Jones and Sara Lavrof who have now gone their separate ways. Tad is a construction worker studying archaeology, and Sara is an archaeologist and explorer.
Movie House Dublin Road, 14 Dublin Road, Belfast, Antrim
Fri 23 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
Twenty years after the events of the first film, four teenagers are at home playing on their computer console, when they suddenly find themselves sucked into the games jungle setting.
Movie House Glengormley, 13 Glenwell Road, Glengormley, Antrim
Fri 23 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Mary and the Witch's Flower
A dazzling, mystical adventure film based on Mary Stewarts classic childrens book The Little Broomstick which sees 12 year-old Mary staying in the countryside with her Great-Aunt Charlotte. There she discovers a flower of magical powers that only blossoms every seven years.
Movie House Dublin Road, 14 Dublin Road, Belfast, Antrim
Thu 22 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Early Man
Life in the valley is perfect for plucky caveman Dug and his misfit tribe. But disaster strikes when they are forced from their home by the mighty Bronze Age city led by all-powerful villain, Lord Nooth.
Movie House Glengormley, 13 Glenwell Road, Glengormley, Antrim
Thu 22 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Phantom Boy
Surrounded by his loving family, Leo is a boy suffering from a serious illness in hospital. One of its side-effects, however, gives him the ability to float through space unseen, a power which soon comes in very useful when supervillain The Face threatens to destroy New York City.
The Strand Arts Centre, 156 Holywood Road, Belfast, County Antrim
Thu 22 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Bohemian Rhapsody
This foot-stomping musical explores and celebrates the life of musical icon Freddie Mercury, front-man of rock-band Queen.
Movie House Belfast Cityside, City Side Retail Park, 100 - 150 York Street, Belfast, Antrim
Thu 22 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - A Wrinkle in Time
Meg is a mixed-race 13-year-old who is bullied by her peers at school but adored by her impressionable adopted younger brother Charles Wallace, and admired by classmate Calvin. However, what Meg most wants is for the return of her father.
Omniplex Lisburn, Lisburn Leisure Park, Governors Rd, Lisburn,, Antrim
Thu 22 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - The Greatest Showman
When 19th century aspiring entrepreneur P.T. Barnum loses his job after the companys bankruptcy, he decides to finally try to fulfil his dreams and a promise he gave to his family by reinventing himself as The Greatest Showman. This involves putting together a circus the likes of which had never been seen before.
Omniplex Larne, Redlands, Larne, County Antrim
Thu 22 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Peter Rabbit
Peter Rabbit, his cousin Benjamin and his triplet sisters Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail spend most of their days stealing vegetables from the garden of Mr. McGregor, a nearby farmer. After Mr.
Omniplex Dundonald, Eastpoint Entertainment Village, Old Dundonald Rd, Castlereagh,, Dundonald, County Down
Thu 22 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Early Man
Life in the valley is perfect for plucky caveman Dug and his misfit tribe. But disaster strikes when they are forced from their home by the mighty Bronze Age city led by all-powerful villain, Lord Nooth.
Omniplex Carrickfergus, Unit4 Rodgers Quay, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Wed 21 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Mary and the Witch's Flower
A dazzling, mystical adventure film based on Mary Stewarts classic childrens book The Little Broomstick which sees 12 year-old Mary staying in the countryside with her Great-Aunt Charlotte. There she discovers a flower of magical powers that only blossoms every seven years.
The Strand Arts Centre, 156 Holywood Road, Belfast, County Antrim
Wed 21 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Sherlock Gnomes
This sequel to ’Gnomeo & Juliet’ follows the garden gnomes as they move to London. However, as soon as they arrive at their new home their fellow garden ornaments suddenly disappear.
ODEON Belfast, Unite 13SF, 1 Victoria Square, Belfast, Antrim
Wed 21 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Journey's End
1918. World War One is in its fourth year and there is a stalemate in the trenches of Northern France, although rumours are spreading amongst the British that an imminent German offensive may break the deadlock.
Omniplex Dundonald, Eastpoint Entertainment Village, Old Dundonald Rd, Castlereagh,, Dundonald, County Down
Wed 21 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - The Breadwinner
Based on the best-selling novel by Deborah Ellis, The Breadwinner is set in the capital city of Afghanistan, the Taliban-controlled Kabul in 2001. Parvana is an 11-year-old girl who helps her father in the marketplace as he regales her with historical tales and stories of the imagination.
Movie House Dublin Road, 14 Dublin Road, Belfast, Antrim
Wed 21 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
The spooky mind of author R.L. Stine receives the film treatment once again, in this ghostly horror sequel. Slappy is an evil ventriloquists dummy who is hell-bent on starting the Halloween apocalypse with a series of other monsters.
Movie House Belfast Cityside, City Side Retail Park, 100 - 150 York Street, Belfast, Antrim
Wed 21 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Isle of Dogs
In a not-too-distant dystopian future, an outbreak of dog flu has caused havoc in Japan, leading to all dogs being quarantined on a deserted island full of rubbish, citing fears of the effect on the human population.
Omniplex Lisburn, Lisburn Leisure Park, Governors Rd, Lisburn,, Antrim
Wed 21 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Zoo
This Irish drama is set during World War Two, just before the start of a series of German air raids on the nations capital in 1941, known as the Belfast Blitz.
Omniplex Antrim, Junction One, International Outlet Shopping Centre, Antrim, Antrim
Tue 20 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
The spooky mind of author R.L. Stine receives the film treatment once again, in this ghostly horror sequel. Slappy is an evil ventriloquists dummy who is hell-bent on starting the Halloween apocalypse with a series of other monsters.
ODEON Belfast, Unite 13SF, 1 Victoria Square, Belfast, Antrim
Tue 20 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Screening & Workshop: Peter Rabbit with Belfast Zoo
Peter Rabbit, his cousin Benjamin and his triplet sisters Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail spend most of their days stealing vegetables from the garden of Mr. McGregor, a nearby farmer. After Mr.
Movie House Dublin Road, 14 Dublin Road, Belfast, Antrim
Tue 20 Nov 18

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Early Man
Life in the valley is perfect for plucky caveman Dug and his misfit tribe. But disaster strikes when they are forced from their home by the mighty Bronze Age city led by all-powerful villain, Lord Nooth.
Omniplex Lisburn, Lisburn Leisure Park, Governors Rd, Lisburn,, Antrim
Tue 20 Nov 18

Things to do in Antrim