The Ardhowen Theatre presents an action-packed schedule of family entertainment this February.

Kicking off the half-term break on Thursday, February 15 at 2.30pm is a classic nursery rhyme turned into a delightful stage performance by The People’s Theatre Company: There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly.

This magical retelling of the world's best-loved rhyme is sure to enchant children and nostalgic adults alike, so don't miss out on all the family fun.

Please note: pyrotechnics will be used during this performance, that is suitable for ages three and up.

On Saturday, February 17, as part of the NI Science Festival, The Ardhowen welcomes CBeebies' Teeny Tiny Creatures animal experts Chantelle and Rory for The Super Nature Show at 11am.

This interactive, educational, and super energetic set is suitable for children aged 3-6 years. This event is supported by RSPB NI.

Also on Saturday, February 17 at 2pm, immerse yourself in the fascinating world of dinosaurs with The Science of Jurassic World.

This show offers an entertaining exploration of the science behind the iconic movie franchise, and is suitable for children aged seven and older.

Philomena Begley & Ray Lynam will be returning to the Ardhowen stage for another sell-out show on Wednesday, February 21 at 8pm.

The two legends of Irish Country music, with careers spanning more than six decades, promise an unforgettable night filled with their classic hits.

To stay up to date with The Ardhowen's lineup, see or follow the theatre’s Facebook page @ardhowentheatre.

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