5th January 2024
We are delighted to release our January - March programme packed with exciting cultural events and activities.
The centre is delighted to partner once again with Live Music Now for a series of light music and lunch concerts for local senior citizens plus there will be live music by Nodlaig Ní Bhrollaigh and guest musicians (23 Mar), family fun with "Adventures on Old MacDonald's Farm" on 20 January and comedian Neil Delamere returns on 11 April.
The brilliant Steinbeck Festival returns to Roe Valley Arts Centre in February with 2 exhibitions - a display of book covers created by local primary school students, and The Dustbowl Photography exhibition which this year has the theme 'People'.
There will be talks by award-winning Northern Ireland film producer and screenwriter Greer Ellison, featuring clips from his latest film and insights into his film and media career, and an evening with local poets and storytellers and Mark Carruthers will be in Conversation with Stephen Walker about John Hume - The Persuadar. The Swingtime Starlets will fill our Autdiorium with music from the 40s and 50s (24 Feb) and Steinbeck Cafe in Drumceatt Square will host Book Club discussing Cannery Row.
Secondary School GCSE groups are invited to a day of exploration and learning as we delve into Of Mice and Men, following the discussion there will be a screening of the 1992 film, and an introduction to live music of the era by Allan Nicholl.
We are also delighted to be partnering again with Cinmagaic at half term for a screening of The Good Dinosaur (17 Feb) as part of their Young Audiences Supporting Foodbanks initiative. Entry is free with food bank donation items and booking is essential.
We look forward to welcoming you to Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre soon!
For more details and ticket information see roevalleyarts.com or call us on 02877 60650. Brochures will be available across the Borough and from
Reception soon but you can download a copy to your smartphone or laptop here.