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Artist Raymond Watson is well known locally and internationally. Over the years he has created images from many materials - besides the traditionalsculpture materials of wood and bronze, he has used bamboo, rice straw and mud in India, oranges in Valencia and ice and steel in Belfast.
We are delighted to present a retrospective of the work of Sean McCluskey, a renowned ceramicist who was based just outside Limavady town.
Saturday 23 November, 10am-2pm - Paper Snow Globes
Saturday 30 November, 10am-2pm – Festive Gift Box
Saturday 7 December, 10am-2pm - Paper Decorations
This North East PEACE III exhibition displays nearly forty quilts and arpilleras from seven countries to inspire dialogue on the Troubles in the North East area of Northern
After inadvertently wreaking havoc on the elf community due to his ungainly size, a man called Buddy (played wonderfully by Will Ferrell) who was raised as an elf at the North Pole travels to America in search of his true identity. A hilarious, modern classic
for all the family to enjoy.
Join our Christmas storyteller, Liz Weir, for a magical festive journey in our customised storytelling area. Each child will receive a special festive treat.
Suitable for children aged 3 – 8 years old
P.J is in a pickle. His parents are missing, he is a spectacular failure at running their bakery, 'Cup Cake', and he is up to his neck in debt with the local loan-sharks. To add to his misery, he has been duped into marriage by their impossibly tanned and serially jilted sister, Kitty. Enter Gala, a mysterious, beautiful artist with a few tricks of her own.
An Indie love story made in Northern Ireland, Cup Cake was actually filmed in Ballymoney over four weeks and funded by NI Screen. It has gone on to be selected for international film festivals including the Los Angeles Irish Film Festival 2010, Strasbourg Film Festival 2010, Naples International Film Festival 2010 and has won awards at the Belfast Film Festival and Rhode Island International Film Festival 2010
Directed by Colin McIvor and written by Christine Murphy, this evening’s screening
will be introduced by a very special guest. One not to miss!
Jim Hawkins receives a map from a mysterious stranger. He sets off on the good ship Hispaniola with a pantomime parrot, his faithful crew and an excess of wooden legs. Come and enjoy lots of laughs and action as we romp our way towards Treasure Island to find the pirate booty that awaits us!
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