Roe Valley Arts Centre Sept-Dec Arts Guide 2023 - OUT NOW!

21st August 2023


Embrace the Arts: Your Exclusive Look at Our Newly Released Arts Guide.

We are delighted to share our Sept - Dec Arts guide packed with creative opportunities and cultural highlights that will take you through to the new year. There is lots to look forward to with an exciting array of live music events, exhibitions, and workshops, as well as a Halloween Open day, festive activities, and a special pop-up craft fair with our Maker's tribe.

Live Performances

Roe Valley Arts Centre is once again the place to be for live performances from acclaimed performers such as Hothouse Flowers (20th October), Onoir (22nd September), and The Illegals (23rd September). Prepare to be captivated by the enchanting Scottish/Canadian folk and americana song-writer Sarah Jane Scouten (16th November), supported by local performer Benjamin Amos and get into the festive spirit with the captivating musical experience "A Country Christmas with Stars."

Hothouse Flowers Trio Swords Castle
Sarah Jane Scouten 1
Winter Tea Dance 2


A World of Family Entertainment

Families are in for a treat as they immerse themselves in a world of entertainment at both centres. Feel the adrenaline rush with Superstar Wrestling (16 September) and enjoy the enchanting world of Limavady Drama Group's "Sleeping Beauty." Banyan Theatre's production of "The Elves and the Shoemaker" promises to captivate young hearts, while Echo Echo Dance Theatre Company introduces a brand new production, "Winter's Dream," tailored for local school audiences. We are also delighted to be partnering again with Cinemagic initiative 'Young Audiences Supporting Food Banks' for a screening of The Big Bad Fox & Other Tales (9 September).

Exhibitions That Ignite Thought

Our galleries come alive with thought-provoking exhibitions this Autumn including "Testimony" by Lesley Cherry (7 – 28 October) which offers a visual response to women's truths, stories, and memories and in November, we will host "Real Lives: The Art of Living with Dementia" (in association with Dementia NI), featuring photography and patchwork quilts created by Dementia NI members. The exhibition coincides with a creative workshop for those living with dementia and their family members.

Limavady Art Group
Real Lives The Art Of Living With Dementia 1
Untitled Design
Testimony Image


A Space for Creativity and Connection

Roe Valley Arts Centres have packed programmes of creative workshops for adults and children, ceramics, painting, movement, creative writing and floral arranging, including some workshops, for all ages, with a festival flavour as we head towards Christmas.

Halloween and Christmas Magic

As Autumn approaches, get ready for the spine-tingling excitement at our Halloween Haunted Open Day on Tuesday 31st October. Dive into the Halloween spirit with a family screening of Monsters Inc. followed by creepy craft workshops, spooky storytelling, and even a monster mash dance workshop with Echo Echo Dance Theatre Company.

As the festive cheer fills the air, mark your calendars for Saturday 18th November when we'll have a1-day Pop-Up Christmas Craft Fair featuring creations by the emerging collective Maker's Tribe on 18th November.

The new Arts Guide can be downloaded HERE or alternatively, you can pick up a copy at our Box Office from 25th August.

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