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Where the Wild Things Are Family Film Screenings at Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre

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Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, Limavady continues to keep the kids entertained during August Children’s Month with the screening of family film, Where the Wild Things Are on Saturday 22nd of August at 2pm.

The magical film, Where the Wild Things Are combines live action and animation, and is based on famous author Maurice Sendak’s classic bestselling children’s book. The story is about Max, a disobedient little boy, who is sent to bed without his supper. With only his imagination for company, he creates his own world, a forest inhabited by ferocious wild creatures who crown Max as their ruler. Critically acclaimed, this is a must-see film for every child which will remain in their imagination and hearts forever.

A pre-screening art workshop for children aged 7 to 12 years is also available from 11am until 1.30pm at Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre. In the ‘Dragons and Dinosaurs’ workshop, artist Sinead Smyth will help participants create their very own wild creatures to take to the film and then home afterwards to keep forever!

To book or for further information please contact staff at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre on 028 777 60650 or visit www.roevalleyarts.com

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