new events season launched!
Our brand new events programme for Sept-Dec 2012 is now launched and Box Office is now live! Click here to download our guide.
Our Autumn Season includes yet more wonderful art and heritage exhibitions to feast your eyes on, as well as the best of contemporary theatre, music and film, local history activities and educational opportunities. Superb folk and traditional music is provided care of The Alan Kelly Gang with guest Eddi Reader (of Fairground Attraction fame), Damien O’Kane and the multi-talented At First Light.
Theatre includes the renowned Big Telly’s The Scarlet Web on 26 October- we are delighted to welcome them back after their sell-out production of Puckoon. Cinemaschine is presenting Silent As The Grave, a unique evening of silent horror films revisiting the golden age of cinema-going on 16 November. Oscar Wilde’s classic Lady Windermere’s Fan on 5 December might just be the perfect Christmas treat – never mind our series of Rainy Afternoon film screenings in December, providing you with some blissful escapism from the festive frenzy beyond our doors.
Families and children can enjoy the amazing Suitcase Circus on 27 October. Described by Time Out as ‘outstanding’, this is a fantastic and hilarious puppet circus theatre which will enchant young and older alike.
Those interested in their genealogy will be delighted to avail of expertise in tracing your family roots and associated heritage activities, as well as a riveting exhibition exploring Limavady’s involvement in the First World War. We also present a range of arts activities at a evnue near you care of our Outreach programme, as well as a range of superb creative courses for adults and children here at the Centre.
We look forward to welcoming you all on 13 October for our second birthday celebrations featuring lots of free entertainment and participatory creative activities for all the family. Titled Drawing Inspiration, we hope that we have indeed provided lots of inspiration for all of our patrons since launching in 2010, fostering an appreciation of the significance of arts and culture and providing you with a range of quality cultural events at the heart of the borough. We thank you once again for your continued support and enthusiasm.
Desima Connolly, Arts & Cultural Services Officer