New events guide out now for Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre

New events guide out now for Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre

Wed, January 09, 2019

Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre in Limavady has launched its latest free events guide.

It features a diverse programme of exhibitions, award winning theatre and musical performances from now until March.

Musical highlights include a tribute to iconic Irish band The Dubliners with the show ‘Seven Drunken Nights’ on Tuesday 26th February. The evening will celebrate the band’s 50 year career and promises a night not to be missed. Having already sold out in venues across the UK and Ireland, fans are advised to book their tickets early.

Music fans will be treated to an appearance from the talented Sarah Jane Scouten on Saturday 9th March with her Canadian folk and country sounds. Influenced by Nanci Griffiths and Iris De Ment, Sarah is a multiple nominee for the Canadian Folk Music Awards and the Western Canadian Award.

Traditional singer Daoirí Farrell takes to the stage on Wednesday 20th March. Daoirí’s distinctive powerful voice has been championed by Christy Moore and Donal Lummy and he is a winner of two BBC Folk Awards.

Scottish Puppet Theatre Clydebuilt present a wonderful adaption of ‘Red Riding Hood’s Magic Purse’ for younger children on Saturday 2nd February at 12noon. Children will also be entertained on Tuesday 19th March at 10.30am when Cahoots Theatre NI delight audiences with ‘Milo’s Hat Trick’

In celebration of International Women’s Day, the amazing Cornucopia Cabaret will grace the stage on Friday 8th March from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. Organised by Woman Aloud NI, the evening will include musicians, poetry, spoken word artists, story tellers, singer song writers, authors and playwrights.

Other highlights include the brand new theatre show ‘Mind Games’ from master hypnotist Robert Herdman on Tuesday 15th March. Taking audiences on a journey using techniques such as persuasion and imagination, the evening will have some hilarious results. On Friday 29th March, the extraordinary mind reader David Meade will entertain all the family with his new show ‘Brain Man.’ Tickets are due to sell out quickly so audiences are advised to book early.

To book tickets or to find out more information, please contact Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre on 028 7776 0650 or visit

Please click on the link below to download the events guide.