Roe Valley Arts 2024 April - June Arts Guide Out Now!

21st March 2024


We are delighted to launch the new April – June Arts guide with a packed programme of live events, exhibitions and creative workshops.

With more than 15 creative workshops, 5 exciting exhibitions and live events ranging from comedy, to theatre, live music and film, there are opportunities for people of all ages to explore and engage with the arts this season.


The live events schedule kicks off at Roe Valley Arts Centre with an evening of sublime music by Niall McCabe (11 May), who rose to national prominence with the release of his critically acclaimed album Rituals in 2023.

Other Roe Valley highlights you won’t want to miss include The Henry Girls (14 June) whose music is a beautiful blend of the Donegal’s rich cultural heritage with a transatlantic flavour. Live Music Now returns with Light Music and Lunch Concert Series for older people and their friends plus there are fantastic family entertainment shows, Comedy, live theatre by Limavady Drama Club and the return of Tenx9 (26 April).


Upcoming visual art exhibitions at Roe Valley Arts Centre include Concurrent by Sinead McKeever (with Free Schools Workshop), Proceed as Normal by Hannah Smith and Birds with No Passports by John Brown. Museum Services also has 2 exhibitions Mapping Monuments, produced by volunteers from the Mapping Monuments heritage project, the Binevenagh Coastal Lowlands Landscape Partnership Scheme and Queens University Belfast through funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, and Threads and Stitches.

Birds with No Passports by John Brown


If you’re keen to try something new, improve your creative skills or explore a hobby there are lots of creative workshops to choose from.

Celebrate World Slow Art Day (13 April) with a tranquil morning Kundalini yoga practice followed by a sound bath and savouring the intentional ritual of a slowly poured artisan coffee. There will be workshops in silk painting, fused glass, ceramics and more. The Edible Flower, as featured in Vogue and The Irish Times, will be leading 2 unique workshops. The first, Beltaine Workshop (24 May) will explore floral flavours in classic bakes and delves into the influence of Celtic festivals like Bealtaine on modern cuisine and the second, Summer Solstice Gin Workshop (20 June), will celebrate the Summer Solstice with gin-infused and exploring the folklore of our botanical herbs.

Edible Flower Beltaine Workshop
Bird 4
Dream Pillow 2
Silk Painting 1

Both Roe Valley and Flowerfield Arts Centres will mark Dementia Awareness week (May 13-19 May) with a creative workshop for those living with dementia and a loved one. This workshop will provide a safe and nurturing space to come together to relax, have fun and create meaningful moments.

You can pick up a copy of the April – June Arts Guide from both arts centres, and across the borough.

A digital copy is also available to download now to your smartphone or tablet. Bookings can be made online at or by calling 028 7776 0650.

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