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This exhibition features another selection of the fascinating collection of photographs that have been collated over the years from friends and other sources by Nelson McGonagle. These photographs cover the mid-19th century to the early 20th century and serve as a great historic source on the people who made up the various groups in Limavady including church groups, shop staff members, choirs, Boys' Bridages and Scout Groups.
Banks of the Foyle Festival featuring Derek Ryan, Lisa McHugh and many more events
Hailed as the greatest film ever made, this Academy Award winning gem was produced by, co-written by, directed by and stars Orson Welles as newspaper tycoon Charles Foster Kane. When a reporter is assigned to decipher Kane's dying words, his investigation gradually reveals the fascinating portrait of a complex man who rose from obscurity to staggering heights. A rare chance to see this astounding film at your local Arts Centre. (1941, Running time 119 mins, Certificate A)
It is hard to believe that this classic film, a huge hit in the 80’s, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Written and directed by the brilliant John Hughes, the film launched ‘the brat pack’, including cast members Molly Ringwald, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, Emilio Estevez and Anthony Michael Hall.
Help your little ones come out of their shell in this fantastic, fun six week course which combines drama, performance, speech and creativity as well as confidence and teamwork.
Currently celebrating its Centenary in England and Wales, the Women’s Institute was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in the war effort during WWI. The Federation of Women’s Institutes in Northern Ireland was formed in 1932 with the first institute in Garvagh. In the Roe Valley area there are currently five Women’s Institutes: Aghanloo, Ballykelly, Limavady, Myroe and Terrydremond. This exhibition celebrates these local Women’s Institutes through their history, a display of quilts, scrapbooks, photographs and more.
Are you interested in starting to paint or perhaps you just want to hone your skills with like-minded people? This informal course with a professional artist will guide you in experimenting with different mediums and subject matter- from landscape to still life to portraits. Some freestanding easels are provided, however please bring along your own preferred materials, including preliminary sketches or photographs to work from.
Start your Teddy Bear weekend off right here before heading to Green Lane Museum for more fun bear activities! Based on the classic Paddington Bear by Michael Bond, this charming comedy follows a young Peruvian bear as he moves to England. Finding himself lost at Paddington Station, he meets the kind Brown family who offer him a home. It looks as though his luck has changed until he catches the eye of a museum taxidermist. (2014, Running time 95 mins, Certificate PG)
It is Teddy Bear weekend at Green Lane Museum and your bear is invited to spend an afternoon of colouring in, puzzles, a teddy bear hunt and more. Be sure to bring your bear and camera as we are also running a photography competition of your bear's visit to the museum.
It is Teddy Bear weekend at Green Lane Museum and your bear is invited to spend an afternoon of crafting fun where you can make various items to dress up your bear as well as a teddy hat for yourself to take home. Coinciding with other activities this workshop is sure to be a treat for both yourself and Teddy! This is a drop-in session and children must be supervised by an adult.
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