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Halloween Horrors at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre in Limavady

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Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre has a scarily good line up of events for all the family this Halloween.

Fans of the cult classic, Rocky Horror Picture Show, won’t want to miss our very special movie night on Tuesday 29th October. Dress up as your favourite character and come along to the cabaret-style auditorium complete with candlelight and table snacks. Singing along is strongly encouraged, and it’s BYOB. Everyone is invited to kick off your Halloween celebrations off in style! Don’t forget, the film is Certificate 15. Admission is £4.

On Wednesday the 30th October, the wonderfully talented Liz Weir will be on hand to share some slightly scary tales and spooky fables from 1pm – 2pm. Liz loves to tell tales, especially those which encourage children to join in and enjoy the unique magic of listening to a good story, well told. This is a free event and everyone is welcome.

The Dry Arch Children’s Centre will host its annual Spooky Spectacular Halloween event on Thursday 31st October at the Arts Centre and Drumceatt Square from 1pm – 4pm. There will be inflatables, fancy dress for children, Sure Start themed play area, street entertainment, spooky ambulance, ice-cream, family Zumba and a disco along with food, face painting, balloon modelling, quiet space and much more fun for all the family. Best of all its free to attend!

For more information on all the Halloween events or to book your place at the Rocky Horror Picture Show, call 028 7776 0650 or visit www.roevalleyarts.com

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