What's On

24/10/2014 to 19/12/2014
Jazz Supper Club returns to Encore Brasserie with a series of fantastic local jazz acts to help wind down after a busy week. Price includes live jazz music and a three course meal with wine.
Experience ‘Diwali,’ an Indian annual national festival of light. Expect a piazza buzzing with family friendly Indian craft activities, henna tattoos, sari’s and turbans, rangoli floor decorations, and traditional Diwali food.
The Closing Gala Concert will provide a celebratory finish to the second edition of the City of Derry International Choral Festival. The International Competition winner will be announced and awarded the bespoke Oak Tree of Derry trophy and cash prize of £2,000. The competitors of the prestigious International Competition will each perform an informal programme of music.
28/10/2014 to 29/10/2014
This new adaptation of Bran Stoker’s iconic masterpiece on vampirism, sees Gerard McCarthy playing both Jonathan Harker, whose diaries chronicle the bloody tale, and the greatest supernatural character of all time: Dracula. Using multiple cameras, backing screens, projections, surround sound and a newly commissioned score, this solo tour de force will make audiences scream.
GymFusion is part of the British Gymnastics National Festivals programme which aims to offer an exciting performance opportunity for gymnasts of all ages and abilities. This collaboration brings together gymnasts, audiences and the community. Show stopping performances are guaranteed to wow local audiences.
All the original cast (and a few special guests) come together to celebrate a night of superb entertainment for the benefit of local charity. Definitely a night of real quality not to be missed.Musical Director- Damien McAdams
Acclaimed Irish singer, Johnny McEvoy makes his much anticipated return to our city for a nostalgic evening of ‘song and story’. Featuring all of Johnny’s hits including: Muirsin Durkin, Boston Burglar, Those Brown Eyes and Long, Long Before Your Time. Johnny McEvoy has always been highly acclaimed for his excellent shows and his concert is eagerly awaited by his legion of fans.
Direct from London’s West End, award winning actor Dean Elliott (Buddy Holly in ‘Buddy -The Musical’) and a full cast of performers tell The Simon and Garfunkel Story using huge projection photos, original film footage and featuring a live band performing hits including ‘Mrs Robinson’, ‘Cecilia’, ‘Homeward Bound’ and many more.
This inter-school variety talent competition involves children from across the County of Derry. The show will be hosted by local legend Ruairí C.R. McSorley and the winner will be chosen by a celebrity panel and the theatre audience. All profits from the event will go to the Northern Ireland Children To Lapland Trust.
All is quiet in the great house…Clara creeps Downstairs...The Christmas Tree stands alone…In the darkness, through the curtains, the moonlight beams onto the colourful presents offered there.