One of Ireland’s most established singers, Declan Nerney, will bring his unique falsetto singing voice and great musical ability to The Ardhowen tonight at 8pm. 
A native of Co. Longford, the Irish and Country musician from Drumlish has been a firm favourite on the Irish music scene since the late 80’s and is a regular fixture on many of Ireland’s major television shows including The Late Late Show.
Join Declan Nerney tonight for a fantastic evening of music when he performs many of his popular songs such as ‘Marquee in Drumlish’, ‘Anna from Fermanagh’ and ‘Up in the Mornin’.

Ulster’s ‘First Family of Folk Music’, The Sands Family, is back on the road again and will be appearing at The Ardhowen on Friday at 8pm.
The Sands Family has been singing and playing music for as long as they can remember; having come from a family of singers, musicians and storytellers, their parents encouraged a love of Irish culture and tradition in their seven children. Their repertoire largely consists of original compositions, peppered with some old favourites from the bottomless well of the Irish song and music tradition. Individually and collectively they have played a significant part in the creation of the phenomenal world-wide interest in Irish folk and traditional music since the early 1970s.
Don’t miss this chance to enjoy and share in the craic with four superb Co. Down performers who have the unique ability to make their audiences an integral and important part of every show.

Swedish folk super group Väsen will perform at The Ardhowen on Friday, November 6. The trio have enthralled audiences worldwide from Japan to the USA so this is a unique opportunity to hear one of the finest folk acts in the world perform in Enniskillen, as part of the Moving On Music tour.
The Swedish trio’s music is a force of nature, both delicate and intensely energetic it is the perfect marriage of three instrumental “voices”, the nyckelharpa, the viola and an alternatively tuned 12-string guitar.
Olov Johansson’s nyckelharpa is central to the group. Unique to Sweden, its combination of fiddle-style bowing, keys and strings, produces a singing sound like no other instrument. Johansson and violist Mikael Marin met as teenagers in 1980 and quickly began to develop a musical kinship. When they met guitarist Roger Tallroth in 1989, they found their ideal rhythmical partner, creating music that was rooted in tradition, yet remarkably new. The rest is history (and geography) as the trio have spent over 25 years touring worldwide, winning fans wherever they go.
Put simply, Väsen make damned catchy tunes. Brilliant musicianship, fleet-fingered invention, and constant surprise, the Nordic trio are an absolute pleasure to witness. 

Erne Flower Arrangement Society presents an evening of floral art with Demonstrator Cherie Nummy on Wednesday, November 4, at 8pm. This annual evening of stunning flower arrangement demonstration is always a very popular event. Each year the society supports two local charities with the proceeds from the evening this year going to Marie Curie and Diabetes UK Fermanagh branch.

Swing, swing, swing - that’s what this band does best, from the Rat Pack to Nina Simone. 
Thrill to the sound of this 20-piece big band which combines all the power and punch of a Brass band with the sophistication of a Jazz combo. 
Musical Director Bob Quick leads this hugely entertaining ensemble on Thursday, November 5, at 8pm.

Following the success of Swan Lake last year Ballet Ireland is delighted to present the light-hearted ballet, Coppélia, on Saturday, November 7, at 8pm. Comic chaos unfolds in this witty ballet of magic, mayhem and mistaken identity!
Franz and his fiancée Hildy are curious about the beautiful girl, Coppélia. Jealous of Franz’s infatuation with Coppélia, Hildy begins to suspect things are not all that they seem. She and her friends decide to follow the seemingly perfect starlet home, eventually arriving at Dr Coppélius’s laboratories. Inside, they stumble upon a magical and strange world, uncovering secrets that will change them forever!
Setting the much-loved story at a County Fair choreographer Morgann Runacre-Temple (Carmen, Romeo and Juliet) has created a witty and pertinent ballet inspired by our own obsession with youthful perfection. With its nod to the movie glamour of yesteryear, its captivating dance and the charming music of Léo Delibes and Tom Lane, Coppélia will enchant and enthral audiences of all ages.