The Pride in Newry Cabaret Ball on the 31st of August in Bellinis promises to be the night of 2013.
Tickets will be priced at £15 in the weeks leading up to the event and on the door BUT FOR A LIMITED TIME you can buy tickets online for the REDUCED rate of £10 (with £1 booking fee)
Tickets include Cabaret with live music, Gourmet food, Dancing and a Disco to end the night.
Dress is Smart Casual.
Following on from the tremendous success of the 2012 Pride in Newry Festival there will be an Open Meeting regarding the 2013 Festival on Tuesday the 5th of February at 8pm in the NRC Centre, 82a Hill Street, Newry
Attenders at the meeting will form the 2013 PIN Steering Committee who will then organise the 2nd Annual Pride in Newry Festival.
As the name suggests the meeting is open to all sections of the community, in fact the more areas of our community represented, then better the festival will be!
A short presentation will be given followed by an informal chat.
Don't forget 5pm in today Sunday The Phoenix for the Pride in Newry Festival Zombie Parade.
Perhaps you already look like a Zombie after the weeks festivities but if not get yourselves a bit of gear on and join in the fun!
Pride in Newry Festival continues today with The Shop Window Sessions running at Cahill Brothers on Hill Street running from 2pm to 4pm.
Tonight in Newry Museum at 7pm Gavin Boyd from the Rainbow project will look the issues facing those who feel excluded from participating in sport in his talk “Moving from exclusion to inclusion in sport”
Lastly tonight and to give the weekend a lively start the Big Session is in The Railway Bar in Monaghan Street from 9pm so get along for a great nights music.
Join CLIC Sargent and climb Northern Ireland’s highest mountain – Slieve Donard and raise funds for our Homes from Homes Appeal.
CLIC Sargent the children’s cancer charity, are holding a fundraising event called the Mourne Mountain Challenge on Saturday 29 September, which involves climbing Slieve Donard.
All funds raised will go towards the Northern Ireland Homes from Home Appeal.
As part of the Pride in Newry Festival, Newry and Mourne Museum will host a talk on Thursday 27th September at 7pm. This talk will complement “Sporting traditions through the Ages in Newry and Mourne” exhibition currently on display.
Gavin Boyd from the Rainbow project will look the issues facing those who feel excluded from participating in sport in his talk “Moving from exclusion to inclusion in sport”.
Pride in Newry has been mentioned on every local radio station and quite a few regional ones as well as the local press, websites and further afield so if there is a person that doesn't know about the festival at this stage could they please stand up!
Hey Proud Team,
We would love to meet you before the big day and give you an overview of what's happening on Saturday 29th September so that you're all up to date and well informed.
An information evening for volunteers has been arranged for Thursday 27th September at Newry Rainbow Community.
I realise that this may not suit everybody so for those of you who may not be able to attend the information will be emailed out the next day. I would like to encourage you to do your best to attend as it is a good opportunity to meet the rest of the team and get in the mood for the festival.
I would appreciate if you could confirm your attendance by Wednesday 26th Sep, just send me a text or drop me an email. Information evening for volunteers
DATE: Thursday 27th September 2012
VENUE: Newry Rainbow Community Centre 82a Hill Street, Newry BT34 1BE
Don't worry if you haven't filled in a registration form (see attached) as I will have some printed out for that evening and you can do it then so I have everybody's details. Hope to see you all next week!
31 August 2013 2:00 pm
Camlough Road Roundabout, Monaghan Street
31 August 2013 8:30 pm
it will be a night of live acts and craic with finger food served.
For a very limited ...