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Exploring Spaces features the work of twelve established artists; Adrian O’Connell, Martina Galvin, Eamon O’Kane, Fiona Mulholland, Jennifer Trouton, Nuala ní Fhlathúin, Brian Cregan, Betty Gannon, Jill McKeown, Julie Merriman, Anne O’Byrne and Ian Wieczorek. It is curated by Marianne O’Kane Boal.
Escape the festive retail frenzy by
enjoying the all-time Christmas classic
starring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye.
1954/Running time 115 mins
On Christmas Eve, a doubting boy boards
a magical train that’s headed to the North
Pole and Santa Claus’ home.
This exhibition displays only a selection of a fascinating collection of black and white photographs that have been collected 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 various buildings and people of Limavady past and is sure to bring back happy memories. If you have any past or interesting photographs relating to Limavady which you would like to share then please bring them along to us.
The students of North West Regional College are delighted to host their third showcase exhibition celebrating their creative talent to the local community.
Yes, Maggie Muff is back! Following on from her adventures in Fifty Shades of Red, White and Blue, the dust has settled in the estate and now she and her buck-eejit sidekick, Big Sally Ann are planning Big Sally Ann’s birthday party in Le Shebeen. Not satisfied with the one-man tent Maggie bought her for her antics up the Cavehill, Big Sally-Ann wants to recreate the last dance from Dirty Dancin’ in le Sheebeen on her birthday night. Obviously in the world of ‘The Muff’ things don’t run as smoothly as you’d think. Join Maggie and chums on an adventure that will have you in tears of laughter and you’ll have ‘The Time of Your Life!’ (see what we did there?).
A magical creative workshop for children aged 7-12 years where they'll make winter wonderland artwork inspired by the Frozen film screening at 2pm. If you're attending the film screening at 2pm, please bring a packed lunch to enjoy between the workshop and film.
Chase off those post-Christmas blues by coming along to the first of our Family Film Saturdays. "Let It Go" with the sing-a-long 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. Popcorn and treats supplied!
2013, running time 107 minutes
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