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Past Projects

International Youth Peace Summit - Funded through Culture Company 2013

Between 17th September 2013 and 21st September 2013 the Waterside Theatre hosted an inaugral International Youth Peace Summit.

Peace Mural - Funded by Culture Company 2013 - March 2013 to June 2013

Mosaic Art - An Arts and Older People Project - Oakgrove Primary School and Rectory Field Care Home - Funded by the Arts Council Northern Irelands Arts and Older People Project.

Saturday Music Therapy and Drama Workshops - Funded by Lloyds TSB Foundation NI.

Tellin Tales Drama Project - Arts and Older People Project - Funded by the Arts Council Northern Irelands Arts and Older People Project. September 2011 to June 2012.

Diversity Drama Project - Funded by Children in Need NI.

Ulidian Youth Drama Group - A summer "Theatre -Making Intensive" 18th July - 22nd July

Intergenerational Art Group - working with two local residential care homes and two primary schools in our community.  Linked with Longfield Residential Care Home with Broadbridge Primary school in Eglinton, and Rectory Field Care Home with Oakgrove Integrated Primary School in the Waterside.  The project is funded through Culture for All Programme.

Diversity Drama Programme - Drama based project with 20 young people from different cultural and religious backgrounds within the City.  The project was funded through Derry City Council Good Relations Core and Project Grant Aid Programme 13-14.

 

 

Gallery

  • Paddington 2
    22nd August
    Family Summer Movies
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  • From The Cradle To The Grave: A Dave Allen Story
    8th September
    A hilarious show about one of Britain's most controversial comedians
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  • Frankie‚Äôs Guys: A Celebration of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons
    14th September ~ 15th September
    All the hits from the West End show Jersey Boys
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  • Talking Heads: Alan Bennett Double Bill: A Chip in the Sugar & A Lady of Letters
    20th September
    Two plays by one of Britain's most critically respected and popular living playwrights
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  • Movie and Tea for over 60s
    1st October
    An afternoon movie and tea for over 60s from across the city
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