Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre’s new autumn events guide, running from September to December, sees the season packed with cultural gems and fantastic activities providing entertained throughout the coming months.
Music fans can enjoy world renowned artists at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, Limavady with legends Mary Coughlan on 3rd September and Donal Lunny on 7th October, followed by The 4 of Us debuting their new album on 5th November. Comedy classical artists, Graffiti Classics perform at Flowerfield Arts Centre on Sunday 16th October, followed by the acclaimed Anthony Toner performing an evening of John Prine songs on 3rd November.
The fabulous Ronnie Greer Blues Band will also grace Ballymoney Town Hall on 30th November. The Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre also present award-winning internationally acclaimed theatre throughout the season with Green Shoot Productions’ ‘Two Sore Legs’ on 23rd September, and Nuala McKeever’s hilarious and touching ‘In the Window’ on 21st October.
Exhibition highlights throughout the guide include Stitched Legacies of Conflict, a fascinating exploration of Chilean apillera textiles which runs from 6th October to 26th November at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre. Developed by the Causeway Museum Service, the exhibition also has an exciting range of accompanying community activities.
There are many more arts and heritage events, exhibitions, talks and workshops across the Borough throughout the season, so please call into your local Council venue to pick up an events guide.
There is also the option of joining the mailing list of both the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre and Flowerfield Arts Centre by visiting their websites www.roevalleyarts.com or www.flowerfield.org. –