What's On

30/09/2014 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.
21/10/2014 to 25/10/2014
The premiere run of Brian Foster’s hilarious new play, From THE CAMP to THE CREGGAN in October 2013, received rave reviews from the critics, and standing ovations from huge audiences over each of its four night run.
World-renowned choir The Sixteen presents its 2013 Choral Pilgrimage programme, The Queen of Heaven. An unmissable new version of Allegri’s Miserere is one of the programme’s highlights, accompanied by glorious music from Palestrina and MacMillan.
The first half of tonight’s performance sees the Neil Cowley Trio revisit The Eighth Gate, a suite of music composed by Cowley inspired by his time in Derry as the City’s Musician in Residence 2013.
Throughout their 50-year history, The Swingle Singers have been renowned for working classic music into wonderful and surprising new shapes. The seven young and versatile voices of today’s group bring that creative heritage up to date with their dazzling versions of timeless pieces.
The International Competition will undoubtedly be the highlight of the 2nd City of Derry International Choral Festival featuring ten competitors from Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Scotland, Slovenia and Wales. Each choir will compete for the prestigious Oak Tree of Derry trophy, designed by international artist Maurice Harron as well as a cash prize of £2,000.
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.