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Every Friday evening 6 February to 13 March, 7-9pm
If you have always fancied trying Irish Dance, then this course is for you. Maybe you have never tried it or maybe you did some lessons as a child and would like to rediscover a fun, energetic way of experiencing dance and keeping fit. Whatever your skill, this course will cater for all experience levels in an informal and supportive environment. Facilitated by Bridget Madden, a professional dancer and choreographer.
Audrey Doherty has been connected with Oriental/Middle Eastern Dance for almost 15 years and her background training is Egyptian Baladi style. Audrey has been teaching for six years and was heavily involved in the Arabic Dance & Music scene in London as well as performing in a professional capacity and she has continued to teach and perform since returning to the North of Ireland.
Inspired by our House of Magic family film at 2pm, this special workshop is aimed at children aged 5-8 years. Our professional artists will help them make their own personalised and crafted magic wand and magic hat or badge to take home with them. If you're attending the film screening at 2pm, please bring a packed lunch to enjoy between the workshop and the film.
Seeking shelter from a storm, abandoned young cat Thunder sneaks into a mysterious mansion owned by retired musician Lawrence, aka "The Illustrious Lorenzo". Lawrence shares his fairy-tale world with many animals and a dazzling array of auotmatons and gizmos. A magical animation which has already been nominated for many awards already. Popcorn and treats supplied!
2013, running time 85 minutes
This exhibition is a survey of the career of leading Northern Irish artist Brian Ballard
and marks our largest solo exhibition. When starting out as an artist, Brian
Ballard was described as one of the most promising painters of his generation by
Kenneth Jamison. Over the past fifty years his work has progressed from figuration
to abstraction in the sixties and seventies and back to figuration.
Join professional maker Jacki Sleator for this wonderful one day course where you will make your own handcrafted silk and felt colourful neck warmer for the cooler months. Jacki will guide you through the process of felting, stitching and embellishment to the end product. Most materials are provided however participants must bring certain items - please consult our website or contact us for details in advance of your booking.
We host the 37th annual Piano Competition in our Danny Boy Auditorium to encourage the superb musicianship of our local youth. Bursaries, cups and shields will be awarded to the best in group.
Entry forms to be requested via Geraldine Smyth and be submitted via piano teachers and/or music departments in schools.
Why has Christianity become one of the world's leading religions? is it all just a matter of faith or is there a historical and structural reason? And how have Emperors, Kings and rulers maintained power through it? And is this still the case - even beyond here in Northern Ireland? In a fascinating talk, Dr Bob Curran looks at Christianity from a historical perspective, exploring the connections between historical Christianity and temporal power and how faith has become part of the structure which makes up our society. Dr Curran has written on a number of topics regarding faith including a book on papal history.
This talk is an introduction to the topic which preludes a tour of the locality, examining how religion has shaped both our landscape and our community on Wednesday 18th March. It is not to be missed!
Back by popular demand! In September 2013 NICHS held the first Benone Run to Remember and it was a huge success!
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