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The big houses of the Causeway Coast are surrounded by an air of mystery, as they hide behind trees, protecting their privacy, long after the original owners have left. This exhibition gives the opportunity to view period images of these houses of which many share a common history and will act as an introduction for a future exhibition highlighting their relationship with local communities. Digital archiving days will be taking place during this first phase to gather any photographs and stories that could be used in this future exhibition.
We are delighted to host this stunning exhibition featuring works in the Causeway Coast Art Collection. Created in early 2015 by the Causeway Coast Arts Committee, the collection includes ceramics, glass, sculpture, painting and drawing by artists and makers resident or practising in the Causeway Coast and Glens area.
Originally meeting in the ‘Old Town Hall’, now Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, twenty-five years ago, this local group of painting enthusiasts are still going strong today. We are delighted to present an exhibition showcasing the group’s collective talent and passion for visual arts.
The annual pantomime extravaganza by local Limavady Drama Club returns for some superb festive family fun! Goldilocks and her mother Tilly Twinkle set out to save the circus they own – cue the usual hilarious antics in which the villainous Dexter Dull hatches an evil plan to thwart their plans. Who will help save the day? Will it be the Three Bears?
Christmas as we know it was invented by the Victorians. Now you can come and create your very own traditional Victorian Christmas decorations including crackers, paper chains and tree decorations. This is a drop-in session and children must be supervised by an adult.
Our Cin-Escape screenings are for adults to enjoy great films with their young babies aged 0-12 months (no admission charge for babies) in a relaxed environment, without worrying about making too much noise. Lights will be kept at a higher level to enable visibility for parents in the screening and the sound levels on the film will be slightly lower than normal. Refreshments are also provided, so bring along your other friends for a cinema coffee morning!
Michael Keaton joins Emma Stone, Edward Norton, Zach Galifianakis and Naomi Watts in this riveting story about fame, fantasy and second chances. When a former superhero film star (Keaton) sets out to make a comeback on Broadway, he grapples with self-doubt, harsh critics, and his estranged daughter (Stone) in this imaginative, wickedly funny film from writer/director Alejandro González Iñárritu. (2014, Running time 118 mins, Certificate 15)
A magical creative workshop for children where they’ll make wands, faeries and more to take along to the film screenings. Due to popularity, we recommend advance booking for these workshops as we cannot guarantee places on the day.
Workshop 1: 10-11.30am for those attending the 12noon Frozen Sing-a-long
Workshop 2: 12noon-1.30pm for those attending the 2pm Frozen Sing-a-long
‘Let it Go’ with the sing-along version of Disney’s Frozen and join the fearless Anna on her epic journey to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Due to the immense popularity of our Frozen screenings earlier this year, please book your seats in advance as we cannot guarantee places on the day. (2013, Running time 107 mins, Certificate PG)
Directed by Frank Capra, this is the ultimate classic film to sit back, relax and enjoy in the run up to Christmas. George Bailey (James Stewart), beset with many personal problems, attempts a Christmas time suicide before an angel intercedes and shows him what his hometown would be like without him.
(1946, Running time 130 mins, Certificate U)
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