There is plenty of variety at the Ardhowen Theatre over the coming week with the screening of films, a family show and an exciting new set dance course.

This Saturday, April 6 at 2pm, The Fairytale Stage Show presents The Family Shark Show, which will bring to life the story behind the recent hit song.

Venture into the deep blue sea and join Baby on the adventure of a lifetime, with fun for all the family, just join in and sing!

This production is perfect for families with small children, aged 2-6.

Note this show is a professional production with an original script, with the audience asked to remain in their seats for a very special encore presentation of the shark song, with all members of the shark family.

Looking ahead, and a four-week Set Dancing course starts up on Tuesday, April 9, running from 7pm to 9pm.

Join Brenda Murphy as she leads the way with classes which are suitable for beginners/intermediate/ advanced - these classes will help you learn the art of Set Dancing, whatever your level.

Turning to film, and Fermanagh Film Club presents 'Fallen Leaves' (Cert 12) next Wednesday, April 10 at 8pm.

In Helsinki, Ansa (Alma Pöysti) and Holappa (Jussi Vatanen) spend their lonely days in drab workplaces, bars full of stone-faced patrons, and sparsely decorated homes.

When they meet randomly at a karaoke bar, their chance of happiness together is threatened by Holappa’s dependence on alcohol.

Will they find their way back to each other?

Aki Kaurismäki (Le Havre, The Other Side of Hope) makes a masterful return in this hopeful and satisfying love story, one that is typically melancholic while also being life-affirming and wonderful fun.

This tragicomedy is a reminder of the potency of movie-going, with homages to some of cinemas all-time greats, including one of the director's long-time pals, Jim Jarmusch.

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