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The Western Education and Library Board is proposing that the Collegiate and Portora will amalgamate at a new school on Portora hill by September next year.
Performances resume, after the theatre's annual maintenance break, on Wednesday, May 22 with a captivating children's show 'Each Peach, Pear, Plum' from The Puppet Lab.
Enniskillen Rugby Club, Mullaghmeen, did their bit to promote the local music scene by hosting the Ruck N'Roll Music Festival last year and they are back for more of the same this summer.
Blakes' Comedy Club opens its doors again on Level 7 in Enniskillen on Saturday, June 1.
Some of the cast members of the sell-out Calendar Girls production handed over a cheque to the Northern Ireland Leukaemia Research Fund last week, part proceeds of the play which was performed by Enniskillen Amateur Dramatic Society at the Ardhowen Theatre in February.
Popular entertainers Lisa McHugh, Nathan Carter and Mike Denver have been in Augher for the launch of this August's Hooley In The Valley Summer Festival.
Young performers and West End fans from Fermanagh and across Northern Ireland are invited to audition for a local youth production of the 1980s classic musical film Fame, featuring the famous (or infamous!) title song.
The Twin Traditions Initiative promoted by Carrick-on-Shannon Heritage Group has appointed Robert Forshaw as playwright, director and producer for a new historical drama to be performed in the Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen, and The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim.
For two weeks every May the Ardhowen Theatre takes some time out for bit of a spring clean and some TLC.
Shakedown are playing the Atrium Bar in Blake's of the Hollow this weekend.
A mother of three who is originally from Fermanagh has fulfilled a long-held ambition of volunteering abroad.
Acclaimed actors Juliet Stevenson and Neil Pearson reading Samuel Beckett's short stories are just one of the many events the forthcoming Happy Days Festival will bring to Enniskillen this August.
Local Council coffers could enjoy a windfall if shale gas is extracted in Fermanagh with a Commons Committee recommendation that local authorities should be allowed to retain business rates from shale gas developments.
A victim of clerical abuse in the Clogher diocese has revealed the settlement he received would not be enough "to buy a good second hand car".
A young Enniskillen songwriter's composition received the award for best song at the weekend's Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMAs) at Liberty Hall in Dublin at the weekend.
This week we have two very different presentations on the Ardhowen stage: on Friday, Musical Harmonies brings together two of Fermanagh's oldest silver bands in a evening of music with the purpose of building relationships and respect for each others cultures and traditions; this will be followed on Saturday evening when Icarus Theatre Collective present Shakespeare's action packed classic 'Romeo and Juliet'.
Current affairs and plenty of laughs brought home the silverware for Newtownbutler WI recently when their self-penned sketch somewhat stole the show at a recent WI drama festival.
More than 100 Portora students are participating in a celebration of the work of the Visual and Performing Arts faculty taking place at the school this evening, Thursday, May 2.
It's a thumbs up from the supporters of the UPTHEJIVE night in the 'M' Lounge! Lee Wilson, Award Winning Country Artist Johnny Brady, Morgan Walker, Slane Maguire, Jordan Flack, Nigel McCutcheon, George Irvine and the Mayfly's very own Lauren McCutcheon get ready for nother big country night in the new 'M' Lounge at the Mayfly Inn, Kesh tomorrow night (Friday, April 26) as the award winning Johnny Brady and his band take to the stage!
There is something different about a music festival that incorporates health, sports and the outdoors lifestyle with the usual party fuelled antics we expect at a big outdoor music event.