Area: Causeway Coast Glens

The Category Causeway Coast and Glens is a subset of North East of Northern Ireland. Look at that broader Category to find a List of the Titles of the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Causeway Coast and Glens which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.


In contrast, the following Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Concerts and Recitals'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Flowerfield Arts Centre

- Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre


! Causeway Coast and Glens KEY
VISITS (to Website)84
VIEWS (of this Record)82

‘Offers one to one tuition to children and adults alike in a wide variety of musical instruments ... Causeway School of Music opened in January 2006. It is now a thriving community of talented people, young and not so young, aspiring to master the instrument of their choice. Our catchment area for students currently stretches from Cushendall to Ballykelly and Portrush to Randalstown.‘


* Causeway School of Music
VISITS (to Website)372
VIEWS (of this Record)355

'Has become a regular fixture of Limavady’s social calendar since 1997. As a non profit making organisation, the Festival has only been made possible by the generosity of the local community and business owners, and we’d like to say “Thank You” to each and every one of you.' Held Mid June.


Category Jazz Festivals
* Danny Boy Jazz & Blues Festival
VISITS (to Website)341
VIEWS (of this Record)488

'A cross-community organisation, affiliated to Holy Trinity Church in the Parish of Ballywillan, Portrush, which seeks to promote and encourage all aspects of Theatrical Arts in an environment of friendship, support and responsibility ... The main BDG production is, of course, their musical in which most time, effort and money is invested.'


+ Ballywillan Drama Group
VISITS (to Website)260
VIEWS (of this Record)487

'The Riverside is unique, in a Northern Ireland context, by having both a totally variable stage and seating facility. It can offer facilities for traditional proscenium arch (i.e. “end-on”, the traditional theatre style) and also for thrust (where the audience is seated on three sides around a horseshoe-shaped performance area, bordered by a two-foot deep moat). It can also facilitate an orchestra pit, in the centre of the auditorium, for up to twenty players.'


@ Riverside Theatre
VISITS (to Website)317
Also indexedUlster University
VIEWS (of this Record)419

Summer Music at St Patrick’s ‘A series of summer recitals by local, national and international artists  ... Admission free.’


@ St Patrick’s Coleraine
VISITS (to Website)163
VIEWS (of this Record)320

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