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Five great things to do in Northern Ireland over the next couple of days

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Rod Picott is the guest of the Real Music Club for the latest session of beautifully crafted music in the Errigle Inn

Rod Picott is the guest of the Real Music Club for the latest session of beautifully crafted music in the Errigle Inn

Rod Picott is the guest of the Real Music Club for the latest session of beautifully crafted music in the Errigle Inn

At a loose end for something cultural to do? Well look no further as we've scoured the listings to find you the cream of the crop.

Today

THEATRE: Josef Locke: A Grand Adventure explores the life, music and legacy of one of the most popular singers of the 1940s and 50s who was born in 1917 in Derry and became known as The Singing Bobby. Playhouse Theatre, Derry/Londonderry at 8pm. Tickets: £15/£12. Tel: 028 7126 8027.

GIG: Rod Picott is the guest of the Real Music Club for the latest session of beautifully crafted music in the Errigle Inn, Belfast. 9pm. Admission: £10. Tel: 028 9064 1410.

COMEDY: Clown Noir – This Is Me in the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast takes the audience on a hilariously dark journey through a clown's life. Doors 7.30pm, show 8pm until Sat. 15+ years. Tickets: £10/£8. Tel: 028 9024 2338.

Tomorrow

CLASSICAL: Colm Carey delivers the first Organic Lunch of the autumn season in the Ulster Hall, Belfast as he performs a concert which showcases the magnificence of the Ulster Hall's vaunted Mulholland Grand Organ. 1pm. Tickets: £5. Tel: 028 9033 4455.

COMEDY: Enjoy an evening of intergalactic laughter at the No Sith Sherlock event on the Belfast Barge. If you don't know your Jedi from your Jawas, this Star Wars-themed night is bound to have you in stitches – and there are prizes for the best fancy dress. 8pm. Tickets £15 (inc Jedi Supper). Visit www.crazycatcomedy.com for more information.

Belfast Telegraph