It was a night of stunning live music as thousands of people gathered at Castle Coole in Enniskillen on Saturday for BBC Proms in the Park. 

The event, which is Northern Ireland's biggest outside broadcast of the year, featured a stellar line up of home grown and international talent performing alongside the Ulster Orchestra, including Sir James and Lady Jeanne Galway, internationally acclaimed percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, virtuoso violinist Daniel Hope and acclaimed Irish ensemble Anúna. 

There was also an unforgettable appearance by one of the world’s biggest names in musical theatre, Ruthie Henshall, best known for her lead roles in productions such as Chicago, Billy Elliot and Les Miserables. 

Enniskillen born actor Adrian Dunbar recited a specially written poem on Fermanagh by Irvinestown poet Frank Ormsby during the popular event hosted by BBC Northern Ireland’s Noel Thompson and Claire McCollum.

For full coverage of BBC Proms in the Park see this week's Impartial Reporter.