Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, Limavady: Address, Phone Number, Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre Reviews: 4/5

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre

Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre
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Concerts • Theaters • Cabarets • Theatre & Performances
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Arts and cultural service for Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council, providing arts, heritage and tourism activities and events throughout the year, community arts development support and tourist information.
Suggested duration
2-3 hours
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Frankie T
Belfast, UK1,364 contributions
Great concert venue
Nov 2019 • Friends
Great gig there last night with Pilgrim St. Follow on Twitter for up to date info on forthcoming events. Tickets can be conveniently bought online and used from your phone.

Lovely venue with unreserved seating. No bar but you can bring your own.

A reasonably priced evening in a fantastic venue with clean toilets.
Written November 10, 2019
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Steveodo
Carrickfergus, UK5,842 contributions
Favourite artwork: Andrea Spencer’s Bounty.
Jan 2019 • Solo
This is on the main street of Limavady, in a modern-looking building with very colourful vertical pipes on the outside. It is between an older building with a clock, and an open plaza. I loved a mural opposite the entrance on a gable wall, a colourful character and her dog painted onto a furious pink background. Near the doorway is an old style ornamental fountain dated 1909 in memory of Samuel Stirling; the water had been turned off. By the door was a modern stone sculpture by Philip Flanaghan, with incised words from the song Danny Boy.

Inside is a reception desk that’s also the town’s visitor information centre. The staff were very helpful. The place has a toilet and a shop.

Downstairs was a wing with a display about a local songwriter. Upstairs were a variety of paintings, sculptures, community tapestries and other artworks. I fell in love with Andrea Spencer’s Bounty, a sculpture that had managed to include little flowers in recreations of sharks’ eggs and seaweed, entwined in a ring. Siuban Regan’s ceramic piece White Faced Rage Against the Machine I recreated some hooded urchins, improbably contained in a glass display case. Keith Sheppard’s Three Sided “Star Trek” Bowl, although at £645 it was a little bit pricey for me. Ani Mollereau’s Wren, of bronze and bog oak had great appeal. The building was impressively light and spacious. Entry was free.
Written February 8, 2019
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mint225
Coleraine, UK288 contributions
Art Exhibition of Sara Cunningham-Bell
May 2018 • Solo
Roe Valley Arts centre has wonderful gallery spaces for exhibitions, and Sara’s recent exhibition is a brilliant display of energy and texture.
Written May 20, 2018
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jakkimac
Ballyclare, UK12 contributions
Kirwan Family Christmas Concert
Dec 2016
Small but comfortable venue, the show was excellent, and the staff very helpful and friendly. However, it was disappointing to find that they do not have a coffee shop or bar to have a pre-show beverage - think they're missing a trick hense the score of average.
Written December 18, 2016
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C7425LRdavidf
Limavady, UK111 contributions
Lots of useful information and ever changing exhibitions
Jul 2016 • Family
RVACC is located in what was original council offices on a main thoroughfare in the town centre - there is short term 'on street' parking and a number of long term car parking close by. Various events take place here suitable for all ages including regularly changing exhibitions, talks and readings, creative learning events, films and music events. Always worth checking 'what's on' by calling in to the centre. Just across the road look for the 'blue plaque' on the house where Jane Ross noted down the tune being played by an itinerant fiddler which was eventually to become known as "The Londonderry Air" and more popularly today as "Danny Boy"
Written August 6, 2016
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Don I
Belfast, UK349 contributions
A delightful visit
Jul 2016 • Couples
This modern, well-lit, airy centre is full of interesting things, from art displays to tourist and arts events and activities. Anyone visiting Limavady for the first time should ensure that this place is on their list.
Written July 8, 2016
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