There are musical tribute acts galore at the Ardhowen Theatre in Enniskillen this week.

On Friday, April 21 at 8pm, the ever-popular ‘The Illegals’ with Niamh Kavanagh will return to perform the music of The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac, taking the audience on a journey through soulful harmonies, exciting riffs, blistering guitars and unforgettable songs. Expect an entertaining night of vocal harmony, superb musicianship and great fun.

The incredibly talented JP Mac returns as ‘the Man in Black’, Johnny Cash, featuring Karen Martin as June Carter in ‘Cash Returns’ on Saturday, April 22 at 8pm. This show has wowed audiences nationwide and beyond, taking them on a nostalgic experience into everywhere in Cash’s incredible life.

The final film in this season’s Fermanagh Film Club programme is ‘Compartment No. 6’ (presented in Russian and Finnish with subtitles, Cert. 15A) on Wednesday, April 26 at 8pm.

When Laura embarks on a long-distance train journey, she has to share her carriage with Ljoha – a foul-mouthed drunk travelling to his new job as a miner. Initially, they despise each other, but they start to connect, with Ljoha revealing a kindness beneath a macho façade.

Neil Delamere is back for another performance of his sell-out show, Delamerium on Thursday, April 27 at 8pm. Expect the usual hilarious stories, wry observations and quick-witted improvisation as he tries to make sense of the world around him. Note the show contains strong language, and is recommended for audiences over 16 years old.

Come along for a night of fabulous music at the Caritas Choir Variety Concert on Friday, April 28 at 8pm.

Caritas is a diverse thriving mixed-voice choir, formed in 2014, and features local singers from Fermanagh who rehearse weekly in Fermanagh House.

The group members, in addition to being part of the choral performances, like to feature as soloists, showing the talents of the members – traditional musicians, solo players and many capable vocal soloists from within the group.

This will be another night when Caritas presents a variety of local musical talent under the guidance of Helen Hamill.

On Saturday, April 29 at 8pm, May McFettridge stars in the hilarious comedy, ‘A Happy Medium’, about the known and the unknown by a woman who knew nothing in the first place.

In order to fulfil a promise made years ago, May enlists the help of Mr. Proudfoot, a part-time medium, and their combined dabblings in the spirit world produce a chain of hilarious events, unlocked hidden powers and family secrets that ensures that no one escapes ‘the ghosts of the past’.

May (John Linehan) brings to the part all the warmth and comedy she is famous for.

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