Don’t miss Enniskillen Amateur Dramatic Society’s (EADS) latest production, ‘The Game’s Afoot’, by Ken Ludwig tonight (Thursday, February 16), Friday, February 17 and Saturday, February 18 at 8pm.

This high-energy, twist-turning, relentlessly entertaining whodunnit promises to be a reliably entertaining show from the skilled EADS crew.

In the play, it’s Christmas 1936, and Broadway star William Gillette, following an attempt on his life on the final night of his highly-acclaimed Sherlock Holmes production, has invited his Sherlock co-stars to his high-tech castle for the festive celebrations.

But when a séance goes horribly wrong and a guest is stabbed, everyone present becomes suspects – and detectives!

Moving over to music now, and an evening of musical excellence is guaranteed when St. Michael’s College, Enniskillen presents its Spring Concert on Tuesday, February 21 at 8pm, highlighting the wide range of talent that exists within the college.

Among those featuring will be the college brass band; the Traditional music group; the college choir; the African Drumming, String and Wind ensembles; and a number of soloists.

This eclectic mix is sure to appeal to all tastes, so early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.

Staying with music, and all seats have been sold for Philomena Begley’s ‘I Aint Over The Hill’ tour on Wednesday, February 22 at 8pm.

The Queen of Irish Country will be joined by special guests, Ray Lynam, and her son, Aidan Quinn, for a night of Classic country hit songs.

To comedy now, and multi award-winning comedian Conal Gallen returns with his hilarious stand-up comedy show, ‘Funny Bits’, on Friday, February 24 and Saturday, February 25.

Don’t miss your chance to laugh the whole night away with one of Ireland’s all-time favourite comedians.

Returning to music. and join natural voice facilitator Valerie Whitworth for her eight-week a Cappella course, singing simple uplifting and easy songs in three-part harmony.

These sessions promise to be fun and enjoyable, and the harmonies gorgeous, with the course running from Wednesday, March 1 to April 26 (with no class on Wednesday, April 12).

The Ardhowen’s next film screening, curated by Fermanagh Film Club, is ‘Hit The Road’ on Wednesday, March 1 at 8pm.

Accompanied by a brilliant soundtrack, Panah Panahi’s thrilling debut feature is a treasure; tender, quirky, and laugh-out-loud funny. Get ready to take an unmissable journey along the dusty road of life.

Finally, all seats are sold for a night with Northern Ireland’s best-loved dysfunctional family in ‘Give My Head Peace’ on Thursday, March 2 at 8pm.

The full programme of Ardhowen events is available at For further information, see the theatre’s Facebook page @ardhowentheatre, or email