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9 things happening in Northern Ireland this week - from Peppa Pig to Dara O'Briain

Take a look through our highlights of what's happening across Northern Ireland this week.

1. A Night With The Stars: Stars of Country

  • Millennium Forum, Derry~Londonderry, April 18

Join six of Ireland’s top country music stars at the Millennium Forum for a fantastic show featuring Robert Mizzell, Patrick Feeney, Gary Gamble, Kathy Durkin, Mick Flavin and Curtis Magee who will showcase their biggest hit songs and some light hearted comedy in the company of the fantastic Keltic Storm.]

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2. G4 Live

  • Waterfront, Belfast, April 18

The UK's No.1 classical vocal harmony quartet are back with another tour.

Having exploded into the industry and the public's hearts back in 2004 on the first series of the X-Factor, G4 continue to blow people away, year after year, with their unique style and impactful harmonic vocals.

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3. Tender Napalm

  • Lyric Theatre, Belfast, April 18-21

Your man and your woman meet again.  It's been a long time coming.

Your woman dreams of tropical islands and posh mansions but is haunted by the pain in her past. Your man is obsessed with stories of serpents and spaceships but can't seem to live in the real world.

Philip Ridley's timeless love story takes us on a whirlwind journey through all the stages of a real relationship: the good, the bad and the stuff we don't talk about. Love really is a battlefield in this intimate, innovative show from In The Moment Productions.

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4. Arts Night at The Museum

  • North Down Museum, Bangor, April 20
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Every nook and cranny of the historic North Down Museum building will be filled with art activity to experience, participate in or observe, letting you explore the Museum in a unique and unexpected way.

You will be able to participate in clay work, printmaking, drawing activities and painting or just sit back and listen to some good music in this free event for all the family.

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5. Dara O'Briain

  • Millennium Forum, Derry~Londonderry, April 20-21
Pictured: Dara O'Briain

Dara O'Briain is one of the most recognisable faces on British TV as host of the hugely successful Mock The Week, Star Gazing Live, Robotwars and Go8Bit.

Catch one of the most charismatic, intelligent, fast-talking and downright funny live performers working today in this brand new show at the Millennium Forum.

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6. Peppa Pig’s Adventure

  • Grand Opera House, Belfast, April 20-22
Peppa Pig

Join Peppa as she gets ready to go on an exciting camping trip to the woods with George and her school friends, including Pedro Pony, Suzy Sheep and Gerald Giraffe.

With lunch-boxes packed and Daddy Pig driving the bus, Peppa and friends are excited about their outdoor adventure, full of games, laughter and live music.

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7. An Evening with Rodd Hogg and Adrian Logan

  • Roe Valley Arts and Cultural centre, Limavady, April 21
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Enjoy an evening of magic entertainment in the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural centre as Rodd Hogg has become the most sought after professional magician in the country, specialising in close-up magic.

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8. Carl Frampton V Nonito Donaire

  • SSE Arena, Belfast, April 21
Fighting fit: Carl Frampton trains ahead of Saturday’s bout with Nonito Donaire

Carl Frampton MBE faces Filipino four-weight World Champion Nonito Donaire on Saturday 21st April.

The blockbuster bout will be one of the biggest fights to take place in Belfast in recent years and a make-or-break fight for both men.

Frampton is looking forward to meeting elite opposition on home soil in his first bout of 2018.

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9. Blue Lough Guided Walk

  • Mourne Mountains, Newcastle, April 22
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A fantastic guided tour in the Mourne Mountains where you will hear the history of the Binnian Tunnel, see how the Mourne Granite was cut using hand tools and visit the Smuggler’s Cave.

The walk is approx. 5 miles long mostly on rough tracks and is suitable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness.

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