The Ardhowen Theatre is excited to be hosting ‘The Art of Enniskillen’, a creative media showcase presented by South West College, this Thursday, May 25 at 8pm.

For this event, students were commissioned by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council to produce two films each – one factual, one creative – all inspired by the public art in Enniskillen, which are sure to fascinate viewers.

Moving on to music, and come along for an unforgettable, energy-filled night of entertainment, on Friday, May 26 at 8pm, with traditional Irish folk and ballad band, The Kilkennys.

The band has shared the stage with renowned Irish artists such as Shane McGowan, Sharon Shannon and Finbar Furey; and are noted for their dynamic arrangements, energetic performances and charismatic rapport with audiences across the globe.

Live in Concert this Saturday, May 27 at 8pm, Musicon Entertainment presents 'Essentially Cher'.

Spend an evening with Trisha McCluney, Ireland’s only dedicated tribute singer to the legendary star, and enjoy Cher’s catalogue of Pop, Rock and Disco hits, along with an exciting Seventies section dedicated to ABBA, as featured on Cher’s 2019 ‘Dancing Queen’ Album.

For some great laughs mixed in with your music, get ready for a high-energy, hilariously funny comedy show featuring Nineties Disco classics and iconic songs from 'Dirty Dancing' on Thursday, June 1 at 8pm, with 'Nobody Puts Bernie In A Corner!'

Join Bernie Jones on her Dirty Dancing-themed hen party show, where you’re in for a wild night of fun and laughter – but will she make it down the aisle, or will she discover her real-life Johnny Castle?

Staying with music, and Ulster Youth Opera offer a fantastic opportunity for young performers to work with professional singers, directors and pianists to build vocal, acting and movement skills while learning about this amazing art form.

No music reading ability or singing grades are required – just join in and enjoy the magical world of opera.

Sessions run at the Ardhowen on Thursday, June 1 at 5pm for children aged between eight to 13 years old, and at 7pm for those aged between 14 to 18.

Ardhowen Theatre will be hosting an audiovisual spectacular featuring hundreds of images, shocking new research and incredible songs on Friday, June 2 at 8pm, in 'The Murder of Wolfe Tone'.

Historical entertainer Paddy Cullivan brings audiences the story of the mysterious death of Theobald Wolfe Tone, the founding father of Irish Republicanism.

During the show, Paddy unravels what happened a fateful week in the Provost’s Prison in November, 1798. (Note that this show has an age restriction of 12-plus.)

Finally, turning to art, and Fermanagh Art Club are providing a fantastic opportunity for seven to 14-year-olds with their programmed event, 'Paint a Lough Erne Landscape with Fermanagh Art Club'.

There will be two sessions running on Saturday, June 3, from 10am to noon, and 1.30pm to 3pm.

All materials are supplied and each child will leave with their very own painting.

Guided by professional artist and art teacher Gail Turner, children will be taught a range of painting techniques that will help build skills in the medium of acrylics.

These two-hour tutorial workshops will help children to develop a newfound self-confidence, enabling them to express their creativity and nurture their talent.

Tickets for Ardhowen events are available on the theatre's website at