Belfast Telegraph

Friday 9 October 2015

On the Grapevine

Published 16/03/2010


Quiz night — Nendrum College Comber School Association is hosting a quiz night this Friday, March 19.

The quiz will take place at McBride’s Restaurant and tickets cost £5 per-person.

For further information telephone 07968746614 or email:


The Tuesday club — students who attend the Tuesday classes at Ards Arts Centre have produced artwork at the club which is available to view.

The selection includes work from beginners, improvers and the more advanced students.

The artwork is on show until Friday, March 26, at the Sunburst Gallery in Ards Arts Centre. Admission is free. For further information telephone 9181 0803.

Seagoing exhibition — descended from two generations of seamen, Leonard Shiel has inherited a great love of ‘seagoing'.

His seagoing exhibition takes place at the Main Gallery, Ards Arts Centre, Conway Square, Newtownards. Admission is free for this exhibition, which runs until Friday, March 26. For further information telephone 9181 0803.

Jazz night — the Bourbon Swing Jazz Band is to perform at Ards Arts Centre in Conway Square, Newtownards, on Friday, March 26.

The band aims to stay faithful to the tradition of the delta, and will be performing from 8pm. Tickets cost £5. For further information telephone 9181 0803.


Activity scheme — the sports development unit at North Down Borough Council has teamed up with Bangor Castle Leisure Centre to provide an action packed three day activity scheme from Wednesday, April 7, to Friday, April 9.

Registrations close on Friday, April 2. For information telephone 9127 0271.

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