Events Guide January-April 2011
Welcome to our second season of events! Since opening our doors in October 2010, we have
presented fantastic theatre, music events, visual arts exhibitions and creative workshops.
This season, you will find Mozart, Shakespeare, the very best of national folk talent and a touch of
Spike Milligan! We are also thrilled to host a series of wonderful visual arts exhibitions including a
major retrospective by acclaimed Limavady-born artist Michael McGuinness and a stunning
contemporary crafts show. Our heritage programme is well and truly underway with some great
exhibitions exploring our museum collections and archive, and talks on local histories. We have
expanded our education programme for young and old with varied creative workshops to engage
and inspire. And last but certainly not least, we are also launching our gallery education
programme consisting of regular Artist talks and complimentary activities as well as RVACC Reels,
presenting film screenings for all. We know you’ll find a cultural treat to suit and we thank you for
your patronage and support.
Desima Connolly, Arts & Cultural Services Officer
Box Office: 028 7776 0650 / Fax: 028 7776 0659 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Danny Boy Auditorium Café Piazza
• O’Hampsey Dance Studio Serving hot and cold snacks
• Keady, Ritter & Broighter (soups, paninis, toasties,
Exhibition Zones sandwiches), tasty cakes & pastries,
• Ross-McCurry & Keenaught fresh ground coffee, cold drinks, ice
Suite Meeting Rooms
• Benbradagh & Binevenagh cream, Café Piazza has a relaxed
Arts & Crafts Workshop ambience with background music,
Rooms comfy seating and free Wi-Fi.
• Tourist Information Centre Opening Hours: Monday to Friday,
& Gift Shop 8.30am to 8pm; Saturday, 9am to
• Storytelling Zone 5pm; Sunday, 12pm to 5pm
• Drumceatt Square with extended opening hours in
conjunction with selected events at
Exhibitions 14 January to 26 February
paintings 1975/2010 The artist studied in Coventry,
Belfast, and the Slade School of
drawings Fine Art in London. He has
Michael McGuinness exhibited extensively in London
Keady Gallery & galleries, in the UK, Ireland and
Artspeak Michael will host a talk
on his work on Thursday 24
February at 2pm.This is a unique
opportunity for students and A Few Lines on a Card -
artists to hear about Michael’s
creative beginnings, process and The Limavady Postcard
view extensive images of other Collection
work undertaken. Michael has Ritter Gallery
previously lectured at the Tate
This major retrospective Gallery and the Hayward Gallery,
exhibition of the work of Michael Consisting of both photographic
London. Admission is free, and artistic impressions of
McGuinness marks a however places must be booked
homecoming for a Limavady buildings, landmarks and everyday
in advance. life, the Limavady postcard
artist who has become one of
the finest Irish painters of his collection provides a unique
generation. Michael left Limavady insight into the history of the
over 30 years ago to live in borough.To celebrate the
London. Each Summer he returns opening of the Roe Valley Arts &
to paint landscapes in Limavady Cultural Centre / Ionad Ealaíon
and Portstewart. Many of these agus Cultúir Ghleann na Ró on
works now exist within Main Street, this exhibition will
international private collections. predominantly focus on those
To celebrate the official launch of postcards from the collection
the new Roe Valley Arts & that feature the streets and
Cultural Centre, it is absolutely shops of Limavady town.
fitting that we present this unique
selection of drawings and
paintings spanning 35 years of
creativity by this acclaimed artist,
gathered together for the first See our Art Zone section for accompanying workshops.
time in Limavady.
Exhibitions 11 March to 23 April
Vessels of Memory Artspeak Join Alison and Rachel
for an informal talk and discussion
Alison Lowry & on the exhibition, their creative
Rachel Dickson practice and crafts on Tuesday 5
Keady Gallery & Broighter April, 6pm. A great chance for
Gallery local students and artists to
engage with other professional
A joint exhibition of ceramics and practice Hidden Treasures -
glass from two emerging Irish Highlights from
makers. Although working in Limavady’s Museum
different mediums, they are both
interested in using the object or Collections
personal possession to examine Ritter Gallery
memory, remembrance and loss.
Rachel Dickson graduated with an This exhibition will feature a
MA in ceramics and glass from the diverse range of objects from
Royal College of Art, London in Limavady’s museum collections,
2002. Working with tactile some of which have never been
materials including paper, paper on display before.This will be a
clay and porcelain, she constructs unique opportunity to discover
‘unreal’ garments combined with what is currently being stored
text and personal narrative. Like behind the scenes and will provide
Rachel, Alison’s work uses items of a taste of potential exhibitions to
clothing, imagery and objects to come in the future.
explore memory from a female
perspective – that of a Mother.
Using the 18th Century and the
Victorian era’s love of mementoes
as reference she recreates objects,
garments and vessels using pate-
de-verre and cast glass. Of her
practice she says, “Fabric preserves
the essence of its maker; it can act
as a vessel for memory and leaves
a trace of the wearer as it physically
contacts their body”.
See our Art Zone section for accompanying workshops.
Images of Ireland -
The Politics of Identity 1867-1916
1 April to 30 April
Danny Boy Auditorium
This regional exhibition for Causeway Museum Service
focuses on a defining period of cultural and political debate
in Ireland, commonly known as the ‘Celtic Revival’. It explores
how ideas of Irish, British, Gaelic and Orange identity evolved
over the period and examines how we are still living with the
legacy of cultural and political division today.The exhibition
draws from the collections of both the Causeway Museum
Service and Mid Antrim Museum Service and is part of the
Cultural Fusions Programme.
The Cultural Fusions Programme is funded under the
European Union’s PEACE III Programme managed on behalf
of the Special EU Programmes Body by the North East
PEACE III Partnership.
Images of Ireland Exhibition Tour,
Saturday 16 April, 12noon
On this guided tour of the Images of Ireland exhibition, find
out more about the themes, individuals and events featured
in the exhibition and develop your understanding of this
important period of history.
Admission is free, however places must be booked in
advance. Maximum 20 places available.
Tours of the exhibition for school groups will also be
available by prior arrangement.
See our Cool for Schools section for further details.
RVACC Reels in partnership with the Roe Valley Community
Film Society present
Tuesday 25 January, 7.30pm
A coming of age story about a teenage girl in 1960’s
suburban London and how her life changes with the arrival
of a playboy nearly twice her age. Based on the memoir of
journalist Lynn Barber and featuring a screenplay by Nick
Hornby, the film received three Oscar nominations in 2009
including Best Picture and Best Actress for Carey Mulligan
who picked up the Best Actress BAFTA for this role.
Invariably funny and inexpressively moving – Kenneth Twan,
Cert 12A, Admission free
RVACC Reels is our moving image initiative, hosting regular
public film screenings, supporting the Roe Valley Community
Film Society and developing community projects. We are also a
member of Filmbank
The Roe Valley Community Film Society is a new venture to
allow those with a keen interest in cinema to view the very
best of national and international films with likeminded
individuals. Operating in partnership with RVACC Reels the
Society offers a programme of films selected by members for
members. Each screening will feature a short introduction and
there will be the opportunity for discussion and refreshment at
the conclusion of the show. RVCFS is a member of the British
Federation of Film Societies. Membership is open to all those
interested and screenings will be open to both members and
leading orchestras including the
Young-Choon Park Stuttgart Philharmonic,
Saturday 29 January, 8pm Hungarian State Opera,
Lithuanian National Symphony,
A stunning evening of musical Weiner Mozart and the Warsaw
delights by the South Korean Sinfonia.
born pianist Young-Choon Park, …individually refreshing, while
including such gems as Mozart’s demonstrating real passion and style
Sonata in B-flat major and as well as outstanding technical
Chopin’s Nocturne and Sonata proficiency…
No.3. Beginning her piano The Sunday Times
studies at the age of four and Limavady Town
playing the Beethoven Piano …her technical ability is beyond A talk by Douglas
Concerto No.1 with the Seoul dispute, as is her pleasant touch and Bartlett
her ability to make the tone sing. Wednesday 2 February, 7pm
Symphony Orchestra at the age Young-Choon Park – a name to
of nine, she later studied at the remember…
Juilliard School in New York. To complement the historical
Arnhemse Courant images of the town featured in
Having toured extensively
throughout Europe, Scandinavia, the postcard exhibition, this talk
Tickets: £8 full / £6 concession by Douglas Bartlett will examine
South Africa and the United
States, she makes many return the growth and development of
visits to major concert venues Limavady over the years. From
including the Birmingham the town’s early origins to the
Symphony Hall, St. David’s Hall present day, this talk is not to be
in Cardiff, Belfast Waterfront missed for those interested in
Hall, Alice Tully Hall and the finding out more about the
Lincoln Centre, New York. history of the local area. Douglas
is Deputy Head of Limavady
Young-Choon Park has High School and author of
broadcast for radio and An Illustrated History of Limavady
television in many countries and and the Roe Valley: From
is currently recording the Prehistoric to Modern Times
complete Mozart piano
concertos for Duchesne World Maximum 30 places available.
Records in Belgium. She has also Admission is free, however
performed at many international places must be booked in
music festivals and alongside advance.
Julie Fowlis Objects in Focus: Love
Saturday 5 February, 8pm letters from the
Second World War
Winner of the BBC Radio Heritage talk by Victoria
2 Award for Folk Singer of
the Year in 2008 and the Newberry, Museum/
first Scottish Gaelic artist Heritage Officer
to perform on the Wednesday 9 February,
legendary show 7pm
Holland’, Julie presents a In the lead up to Valentine’s
ravishing evening of Day, learn about some of the
traditional and more romantic items in our
contemporary folk songs collection, a selection of letters
gathered from her multi written from a wife to her
award-winning albums, husband on active service during the Second World
explaining their stories War.This is a chance to see the items first-hand and
with wit and charm. to hear about how people coped without their loved
Supported by her top-class touring band including ones during the war.
husband Éamon Doorley, Dublin's Tony Byrne,
Highlander Duncan Chisholm and bodhrán champion Places limited to 20. Admission is free, however
Martin O'Neill, this formidable line-up has become places must be booked in advance
synonymous with emotive, expressive and high
energy live shows. A stunning evening’s entertainment ‘Objects in Focus’ talks will take place at various times
fusing the singer’s native heritage with superb throughout the year. Please check future events
musicianship. Promoted by the Provost’s Office, guides for more information.
University of Ulster, Coleraine campus in partnership
with the Causeway Coast Arts Committee
It's a simple fact that much of what Fowlis does is simply
beautiful…. It's a thin, bright, silken voice and it lends itself to
long fluorescent melodies -
The Independent on Sunday
The gently exquisite ballads.. make Fowlis so special. She
deserves a following far beyond Scotland.
- The Guardian
Tickets: £10 full / £8 concession
RVACC Reels in Big Telly Theatre Company presents
partnership with the Roe Spike Milligan’s PUCKOON
Valley Community Film
Society present Tuesday 22 February, 7.30pm
Blade Runner – It’s back by popular demand! Big Telly’s smash hit
The Final Cut stage production of Spike Milligan’s PUCKOON
Monday 21 February, returns for an all-Ireland tour prior to a run in
London’s West End. The show’s sell-out 2009 tour
7.30pm had audiences all across Ireland screaming with
laughter at its Goonish blend of theatrical anarchy,
Ridley Scott’s seminal musical wit, and impossible plot. Ireland 1922, and
science fiction film from the Ulster Boundary Commission has drawn the new
1982 based on Philip K. border straight through the small town of Puckoon.
Dick’s novel is set in a With the church separated from its own graveyard
dystopian Los Angeles in and drink now thirty per cent cheaper in one corner
November 2019 and of the pub, life in the newly divided village will never
stars Harrison Ford. Initially a box office failure it has be the same again!
become a cult classic and is widely regarded as one
of the best movies ever made, remaining a leading Based on the book by Spike Milligan, this comic
example of neo-noir. masterpiece is an hilarious and irreverent story which
takes the mick, celebrates the absurd, and paints a
Blade Runner fully and richly deserves its reputation. It is simply picture of a simple life that borders on the ridiculous.
one of the most extraordinary films ever made –
Nick Cramp, BBC Based on the book by Spike Milligan. Directed by Zoë Seaton.
Adapted by Vincent Higgins & Devised by Company. Music by
Cert 15. Admission free Paul Boyd
A rip-roaring piece of physical theatre…hugely entertaining..a
glossy production which looks great – The Stage
Tickets: £8 full / £6 concession
St Patricks Day Spiers and Boden Technically they stand head to head with
the best of their generation...Jon Boden
Thursday 17 March, 1-4pm Thursday 24 March, 8pm plays fiddle with an earthy vigour that's
utterly compelling… while John Spiers
Come along to the RVACC and On this, their first visit to harmonises and plays urgent driving
celebrate St Patricks Day with Northern Ireland, John Spiers melodeon to a very high standard
traditional dancing, folk music, (melodeon, concertina) and Jon indeed...halfway to reinventing the style
family film screening and much Boden (vocals, fiddle, guitar, stomp- without even realising it… Roots
more, even a bowl of Irish Stew! box) promise to get everyone up
dancing, with their unique blend of Anyone who needs convincing that the
English folk song (with a current folk revival is becoming as
contemporary twist) and high- intriguing, varied and experimental as it
octane tunes! Twice winners of the was back in the 1960s should check out
BBC Radio 2 folk award for 'Best the remarkable career of John Spiers and
Duo', Spiers & Boden are at the Jon Boden. In just a few years, they have
forefront on the new folk revival. established themselves as the finest
instrumental duo on the traditional
Loud, proud, and with just a few scene, and the contemporary equivalent
acoustic instruments, they create a of Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick….
multitude of textures upon which The Guardian
they present traditional stories and
dance music which are as much at Tickets: £8 full/ £6 concession
home on the main stage of
Cambridge Folk Festival as they
are in a lock-in at the local pub.
Together, Spiers & Boden have
made the genre of spontaneous,
punky English folk very much their
own stomping ground. Jon Boden
was named BBC Radio 2 ‘2010
Folk singer of the year’ and the
duo have also enjoyed a long-term
collaboration with Eliza Carthy as
The Rat Catchers, performing on
her Mercury Prize nominated
Othello RVACC Reels in
By William Shakespeare partnership with the
Directed by Lisa May Roe Valley
Monday 28 March, 8pm Community Film
O! beware, my lord, of jealousy; The Town
It is the green-ey'd monster which doth mock
The meat it feeds on. Tuesday 29 march
Bruiser Theatre Company explodes onto the stage Ben Affleck’s 2010
with an electrifying contemporary take on crime drama which,
Shakespeare’s most brutal and gripping thriller-tragedy with his directorial
of love, paranoia, jealousy and murder. The story of debut Gone Baby
General Othello, his love for the beautiful Gone, marks him
Desdemona and their tragic downfall at the hands of out as a future talent
the scheming and manipulative Lago is absolutely and one to watch.
thrilling and this Bruiser adaptation is bare-knuckle The Town is the tale
Shakespeare for 2011! None of Shakespeare’s script is of four men –
modernised, yet those who might be fearful of the thieves, rivals and
Bard will find this gritty, breathless two-hour drama friends - being hunted through the streets of Boston
exhilarating and relevant! by a tenacious FBI agent and a woman who might
Tickets: £8 full / £6 concession destroy them all.
The Town is that rare beast, a grown-up genre flick, chock full of
compelling character dynamics and a clutch of pitch perfect
performances. – Ian Freer, Empire
Cert 15. Admission free
Creative workshops for children and adults
We provide a range of creative learning workshops for the community, catering for participants as young as 3+ years
to youth to senior citizens. All our professional tutors are vetted and experienced. We welcome suggestions on other
creative learning courses you would like to participate in.
For children and young people
Junior Art Masterclass
Saturday 19 February,
Complementing our paintings Dramabugs
1975/2010 drawings exhibition by Thursday 3 February to
Michael McGuinness, join a
professional artist for this 10 March, 4-5pm
fabulously fun workshop in
portraiture.You can choose to An exciting new concept as it
Post it! paint or draw yourself or another introduces drama to the early
Saturday 29 January, 10.30am - class member or work from a years sector. All of the drama used
12.30pm / Saturday 12 February, photograph and let your in this six-week course has been
imagination run wild! carefully designed by professional
10.30am - 12.30pm tutor June Doorish to fulfil learning
Suitable for ages 7-12 years.
Materials are provided. Places objectives in various curriculum
Running alongside our A Few areas and develop special skills.
Lines on a Postcard exhibition, limited to 12
Cost: £3 Drama firstly and above all gives
these workshops will give you the children huge enjoyment as well as
chance to make your very own providing an outlet for self-
postcards about your home, expression, increasing social
environment and special places awareness, mental awareness and
which you can choose to take fluency of speech.Through
home and put on display on our dramabugs your child will well and
special workshops wall! truly begin to come out of their
Suitable for ages 7-12 years. shell!
Materials are provided. Places Suitable for ages 3-6 years.
limited to 12 Places limited to 12
Cost: £3 per workshop Cost: £15 per child
Ballet Easter Card Making
Monday 14 March to 18 April Saturday 2 April,
First Ballet, 4-4.30pm, 10.30am - 12.30pm
For ages 5-6 years Back by popular demand! This Easter
Junior Ballet, 4.45-5.30pm, themed class will have the young
For ages 6+ years participants making unique and decorative
cards for their loved ones.
Tutored by Catrina Feely, these dance Suitable for ages 7-12. Materials are
workshops will introduce ‘First Ballet’ to provided. Places limited to 10.
children aged 5-6 years and ‘Junior ballet’ Cost: £3
for those aged 6+ years. Catrina is a
highly-qualified dance teacher and these Creative Clay
six-week courses will emphasise fun,
confidence and friendship combined with Saturday 16 April, 10.30am-12.30pm
professional ballet tuition, embracing all
abilities. Little ones aged 5-7 years get the chance
Places limited to 10 per class. to get creative with clay, making their own
Cost: £18 per child objects and sculptures after being guided
through our Vessels of Memory exhibition.
This is a unique creative workshop
Objects of the Future facilitated by professional artists which
Saturday 26 March, 10.30am - 12.30pm allows children to observe and study
/ Saturday 9 April, 10.30am - 12.30pm gallery artwork and create their own
response, challenging their critical skills,
This workshop will give children the environmental awareness, thought process
chance to bring in an item from home and have fun!
that they think should be displayed in a Materials are provided.
museum in the future. Will it be a mobile Places limited to 10.
phone or a favourite toy perhaps? Cost: £3
Children’s ideas will be then displayed in
the Hidden Treasures exhibition on our
special workshops wall!
Suitable for ages 7-12 years.
Materials are provided.
Places limited to 12
Cost: £3 per workshop
For Adults Pen to Paper Creative
Saturday 5 March,
Tuesday 22 February to 29 10.30am-1.30pm
Quilling March, 10.30am-12.30pm
Back by popular demand! Card
Saturday 5 February making is the craft of hand making
Whether this is your first time
10.30am - 12.30pm putting pen to paper or whether greeting cards, which is becoming
you’re already writing and in need an increasingly popular pastime.
Learn the art of quilling with an of a little creative stimulation, Many people with interests in
experienced tutor. Quilling or you’re welcome to join tutor and allied topics such as scrapbooking
paper filigree is an art form that celebrated novelist Bernie McGill and stamping have begun to use
involves the use of strips of paper for this series of four sessions in their skills to start making cards.
that are rolled, shaped, and glued creative writing.This is an informal Suitable for 12+ years.
together to create decorative class with the emphasis on Materials are provided.
designs which can be arranged to participant enjoyment, structured Places limited to 12. Cost: £5
form flowers, leaves, and various with short in-class writing tasks
ornamental patterns similar to and opportunities for those who Jewellery Making
ironwork. wish to share their work with the Saturday 16 April,
Suitable for ages 12+. group. All interests are catered for,
Materials are provided. be they memoir, fiction, poetry or 10am-2pm
Places limited to 12 scriptwriting. All you need is a pen
Cost: £5 and paper – we’ll supply the Have you always fancied making
inspiration! your own bracelets, necklaces or
Suitable for 16+ years. earrings? This one day course will
Places limited to 12. have you creatively use beading,
Cost: £12 full / £10 concession ribbons, felt and much more to
make your own unique jewellery
- so nice, you may just want to
keep for yourself instead of giving
to your nearest and dearest as
Suitable for 16+ years.
Materials are provided.
Places limited to 12.
Cost: £24 full / £20 concession
Art Zone Cool for Schools
Creative activities Shadow Play – The Art of
designed for local Shadow Puppetry!
schools These are fantastic, magical
workshops allowing children aged
Snap Happy Photography Images of Ireland 8-12 years to make their own
Course Exhibition Tours ‘shadow creatures’ which will be
Saturday 5 Feb – 9 March, brought to life through movement
Throughout April and special lighting. Professional
10.30am-12.30pm On these guided tours of the artist and puppeteer Frank Quinn
Images of Ireland exhibition, pupils has created costumes with special
This five-week course is a great can find out more about the effects for films and theatre shows
opportunity for those interested in themes, individuals and events and he will help participants
digital photography to develop featured in the exhibition and discover the ancient art of shadow
their creative and technical skills develop their understanding of this puppetry still practiced in over
with the support of a qualified important period of history. twenty countries around the
tutor. Sessions will include Tours must be arranged in world today! Pupils will have the
location visits within the Limavady advance by contacting Victoria chance to handle puppets from
Borough.The workshops will look Newberry, Museum/Heritage China, Indonesia and Mexico, learn
at how to achieve creative Officer on Tel: 028 777 60653. about how they are made and
composition through learning used before making their own
more about each individual’s digital ‘Talking Head’ silhouette puppets.
camera settings and functions, A wonderful opportunity for
enabling participants to use their pupils to learn about other world
camera to its full potential and cultures in a creative and fun way.
gain the confidence to create Please note: Workshops take
stunning images! place at RVACC and run from
10am-2pm. Limited sessions
The RVACC provides a relaxed available in April – please contact
environment where participants Desima Connolly, Arts & Cultural
can join in shared discussions in an Services Officer on Tel: 028 7776
informal setting with like-minded 0650 for further information.
individuals! We hope this course Cost: £2 per pupil
will encourage the establishment
of a local Photography Club.
Suitable for 16+ years.
Places limited to 10. Shadow Play
Cost: £24 full / £20 concession
Introduction to Sponsorship Training
for Community Arts Groups
Tuesday 8 February, 6.30-9.30pm
Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart
Does your community arts group rely on funding from
your local council grants programme?
Are you concerned about how future funding cuts may
affect your group?
Meet the Funders Are you interested in finding out about new funding
Wednesday 26 January, 2-4pm support opportunities?
Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre / Ionad Ealaíon
agus Cultúir Ghleann na Ró If the answer to these questions is YES, then the Arts
& Business Introduction to Sponsorship Course,
Organised by Limavady Borough Council's supported by the members of the Causeway Coast
Community Development Officer, Catherine Arts Group, is the perfect way for you to acquire the
Farrimond and Supporting Communities NI Liaison knowledge, skills and confidence to approach the
Officer, Eleanor Coyle, this will be a great opportunity private sector for support.
to meet the key funders in Northern Ireland
including: Big Lottery Fund, Awards for All, BBC Sponsorship success means you can also apply to the
Children In Need, John Moores Foundation,The A&B Reach Investment programme, and help you
Honourable,The Irish Society, Community Foundation deliver increased return on investment for your
for NI and Comic Relief. Arts groups or community business partner.
groups who are interested in doing arts based
projects are also encouraged to attend to explore This event is FREE to voluntary groups within the
avenues of funding. Limavady Borough area. To book your place, contact
All are welcome and if you can, please confirm your Beverly Coomber, Arts & Business by email
attendance to either Catherine on Tel: 777 60311 email@example.com or
or Eleanor on Tel: 777 67722. Tel: 028 90 735 155
This is a free event.
RVACC Glee Club
Have you seen the hit television
show Glee and wished you could
do something like that? Do you
want to sing and dance? Do you
want to be part of a vocal group
but not the boring stuff? Are you
aged between 15-18? If you
answered yes to all the questions
then come and join the RVACC
Glee Club! We hope to run for an
Piano Competition initial 10 weeks starting at the end
Saturday 19 March, 9.15am of January. Registration is limited
to 20 and a fee of £15 will be
Limavady Borough Council hosts required to secure your place.
this annual Piano Competition Please contact Stephanie
Volunteering at the RVACC
encouraging the superb Neumann, Arts Outreach &
musicianship of our local youth. Would you be interested in
Events Officer to be invited to an helping out at some events,
Bursaries and Cups / Shields will open evening in mid-January.
be awarded to the best in group. helping behind the scenes or just
Entry forms to be requested from being on hand at some
Stephanie Neumann and be workshops? All accepted
submitted to Piano teachers volunteers will be trained and will
and/or music departments in gain valuable experience as part of
schools. the RVACC team.
Please contact Stephanie
All entry queries to be directed to Neumann for further information.
Stephanie Neumann, Arts
Outreach & Events Officer
Tel:028777 60650. As a
competition, this event is not
open to general public attendance.
Entry fees for each class are £1.00.
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