NWCN e-bulletin 28 Feb 2018

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1 Upcoming with NWCN

2 Health and Social Care - Engage Website

3 Calling Time

4 Urban Villages Initiative Community Engagement Event - This Friday!

5 Consumer Parliament comes to Derry/Londonderry

6 2018 Derry City & Strabane Pensioners Parliament - REGISTER NOW!

7 Free Training/Workshops For Community & Voluntary Sector Organisations

8 DARE to Lead Change (DARE) Project Launch

9 Latest Offers from Salto Youth

10 Public Appointments to the Charity Commission for NI

11 Job Opportunity with The Churches Trust

12 Job Opportunity with Newbuildings Community Association

13 Job Opportunities with The Verbal Arts Centre

14 Reminder of the DCSDC tenders are now current for Animation & events 

15 Tower Museum Curious Collections Handling Workshop

16 Lives in Translation 

17 Free Film Showing in Derry -- "Fukushima: A Nuclear Story”

18 Upcoming events with Max Meditation System

19 MESSIAH, an Easter Performance


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1  Upcoming with NWCN

  • Data Protection reform: Introduction to GDPR

Monday 12 March 2018
The Junction, DiverseCity Community Partnership, Bishop St.
Have you heard about the reform to data protection law, which takes effect in 25 May 2018? Are you wondering what this means and how it might impact upon your organisation? Innovations in digital and communications technology have revolutionised the way in which data and information is created, stored, processed and shared.
The General Data Protection Regulation will build on the current data protection framework by providing more protections for consumers, and more privacy considerations for organisations. In this awareness raising session, NICVA staff will explore the key aspects of the GDPR in the format of what’s new, and what stays the same. Discover what your organisation can do to prepare for these changes through the impartation of information and group discussion.
This session is aimed at organisations who are at the initial stages of tackling GDPR.

**Please note places are filling up very fast on this seminar**


  • Celebrate Older People with NWCN

Wednesday 14th March 2018

DiverseCity Community Partnership

1pm – 3pm


Join North West Community Network in our Big Lottery funded Celebrate event – “Older People”


This event will begin at 1pm with a lovely hot lunch and some nostalgic music to get you all ready to hear from:

  • Older People North West
  • Rathmor 50+
  • Run away and join the circus for a morning with an opportunity to test your circus skills with In Your Space Circus School!

 We will have stalls at the event from:

  • DCSDC Community Safety Wardens
  • Action on Hearing Loss
  • Alzheimer’s Society
  • Drink Wise Age Well

You will have the opportunity to hear about successful and inspirational initiatives, the journey’s they have come through and the difference they have made.


You will also have the chance to network and make some new connections as well as discuss the current needs of the sector.


To register for this celebration please contact NWCN on: info@nwcn.org / 028 7127 9090


Our AGM will be held after the Older Persons event (14/318) beginning at 3pm

Everyone welcome!


  • Good Governance and Charity reporting

Tuesday 20 March 2018

7pm - 9 pm

DiverseCity Community Partnership

Bishop St


Almost 6,000 charities are now registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland and as such must adhere to the reporting requirements for all registered charities.  Unfortunately, not all charities are aware of the requirement to submit an annual monitoring return, annual accounts and a trustee’s report to the Commission within a specified time. 


North West Community Network in association with the Developing Governance Group and the Charity Commission would like to invite you to a free seminar focusing on the annual reporting requirements.  The session will also look at the Charity Commission’s new guidance on fundraising and data protection. 


This seminar will also focus on the importance of good governance and present how the newly revised Governance Health Check can be used to help charities adhere to regulations and good practice.   


Registration and light refreshments at 6.45pm.

Please note that places are limited.  


To register for either of these seminars please contact Neola on neola@nwcn.org or call 028 7127 9090


  • Raising the Standards of Fundraising in NI Workshop - Derry/Londonderry

Monday 26 March 2018

Holywell DiverseCity Community Partnership 

This free workshop facilitated by the Institute of Fundraising Northern Ireland and funded by the Halifax Foundation for NI will inform and educate on fundraising codes of best practice and self-regulation for any charity involved in fundraising.

The purpose of this project is to develop best practice standards and compliance with self-regulation in fundraising across the charity sector in Northern Ireland. This workshop will provide guidance and support to charities to understand implications of fundraising self regulation and grow best practice with trustees, staff and volunteers and essentially those who benefit from charity services such as supporters, donors and funders of charities.

Funded by the Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland this is the first in a series of 6 workshops across Northern Ireland and offers charities the opportunity to understand the requirements for Fundraising Code compliance with regards to self-regulation of fundraising activity.

Speaking about the project, Chairperson of IOF NI, Neil Irwin said

"This is a great opportunity for charities right across Northern Ireland to raise their awareness in fundraising and regulation. Any groups involved in fundraising will become more aware of their responsibilities as regards fundraising and the requirements of the new funding regulations."

The workshop will use the Good Practice in Fundraising Guide (Northern Ireland) to support the development of self‐regulation in line with developing policy and practice in the rest of the UK" 

Participants from all charities across Northern Ireland will get the chance to learn about developing their fundraising best practice and compliance with legal obligations as well as benefitting from being more aware of the legal and reputational risks to fundraising practice and understand better their responsibilities. 

Numbers are limited for this event so early booking is advisable: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/raising-the-standards-of-fundraising-in-n-ireland-workshop-derrylondonderry-tickets-43161521272 

For more information, please contact IOFNI at northernireland@institute-of-fundraising.org.uk or neola@nwcn.org


2 Health and Social Care - Engage Website


Engage website – a central resource for Involvement in Health and Social Care


The Engage website has been re-developed to provide a wide range of Personal and Public Involvement (PPI) information, resources, tools and case studies.


Check out Engage at http://engage.hscni.net


3   Calling Time


Addressing ageism and age discrimination in alcohol policy, practice and research


Strule Arts Centre, Omagh, Co Tyrone

21st March 2018 @ 10am – 12 noon


This event will focus on the finding of Drink Wise, Age Well’s ‘Calling Time’ report which highlighted recommendations for reseachers, service providers and commissioners of service to improve service access and opportunities for those 50+


Please download the full report via our website: www.drinkwiseagewell.org.uk


Panelists include:

  • Evelyn Hoy – Chief Executive to the Commissioner for Older People in NI
  • Thelma Abernethy – Director of Addiction NI
  • Representation from Equality Commission of NI
  • Dr Sarah Wadd – SMART, University of Bedfordshire

 Contact us on 028 8283 9240


4 Urban Villages Initiative Community Engagement Event - This Friday!

Sign up now to find out what’s happening in the Derry~Londonderry Urban Village area, and be part of continuing to shape the future of your area.

Join us...
We are committed to staying in touch with you, so join us for a yearly catch up on the Urban Villages programme. Hear about the great projects that have been rolling out in your area, and tell us what you think about the Urban Villages Initiative!

Have your say....
Help us to inform programmes that will meet the needs of all of the Urban Village areas. You know what skills or training is needed in your area; help us to build programmes that will strengthen community and increase sustainability.

Meet the finalists that will be representing your local area at the Urban Villages Awards and let’s celebrate what's making a difference in your Urban Village area.


Venue: Fountain Primary School, The Fountain, Derry~Londonderry, BT48 6RD
Date: 02 March, 2018
Time: 10.30am – 12.00pm
(lunch will be provided)

***There is no parking at the school. Nearby car parks include Bishop Street and the Foyleside Shopping Centre.

To register your place please email: info@urbanvillagesni.org 


5 Consumer Parliament comes to Derry/Londonderry

The Guildhall, Derry/Londonderry Friday 23 March 2018, 10.00am – 3.30pm
(Registration from 9:00am)

Your chance to raise your consumer issues with the people who can help!

Learn about your consumer rights, how to reduce your bills, and what to do when things go wrong.

Breakout sessions will focus on flooding, energy, transport, postal services, broadband and telecoms.

Refreshments and lunch provided

Spaces are limited so book your place today!


Or telephone: 0800 121 6022

A consumer clinic will be held all day for one-to-one queries.

9.00am: Registration, tea/coffee, networking

Plenary session

10.00am: Welcome

  • Councillor Maolíosa McHugh, Lord Mayor, Derry City and Strabane District Council
  • Sheila McClelland, Chair, The Consumer Council


  • 2018 Consumer Insight Survey announcement of findings.
  • Overview of the day’s proceedings - John French, CEO, The Consumer Council

Breakout sessions

10.45am – 11.45am:

  • Have your say: Energy
  • Have your say: Transport
  • Have your say: Postal services, broadband and telecoms
  • Have your say: Flooding

11.45am – 12.00pm: Break

Breakout sessions

12.00pm – 1.00pm:
• Have your say: Energy
• Have your say: Transport
• Have your say: Postal services,broadband and telecoms
• Have your say: Flooding

1.00pm – 1.45pm:
Lunch and exhibition stands

Plenary session

2.00pm: Feedback from breakout sessions and follow up actions

3.00pm: Consumer quiz

3.20pm: Prize Draw

For more information, please email thomas.mccaffery@consumercouncil.org.uk or siobhan.rafferty@consumercouncil.org.uk or call 0800 121 6022


6 2018 Derry City & Strabane Pensioners Parliament - REGISTER NOW!

We are delighted to inform you that your local parliament has been confirmed for this year's Northern Ireland Pensioners Parliament, and you can find the details below.

Date:    Tuesday 22 May 2018
Venue:  Guildhall, Derry/Londonderry
Time:    10.30am - 3.30pm (registration from 10am)

2018 will again see local parliaments being held in each council area.  These parliaments will take place between March and June 2018 and will ensure that older people’s views from every council area in Northern Ireland are represented.

Each local parliament will run from 10.30am until 3.30pm, and will feature interactive voting, discussion and Q&A with an expert panel and a panel of local Councillors.

At present, Age Sector Platform can confirm eight out of the eleven parliaments and hopes to confirm the remaining three as soon as possible (subject to council support).

Click here to see details of eight confirmed parliaments

Registration for these events is so simple; just call the Age Sector Platform office on 028 9031 2089 to have your place confirmed today!  Alternatively, you can register online by clicking

The two-day Northern Ireland Pensioners Parliament will take place in October 2018, and as usual you must attend your local parliament in order to be eligible to attend this.

Once registered for your local parliament, we would be grateful if you could help spread the word among your friends/family or group members.  Anyone aged 60 or over in Northern Ireland can attend their local parliament, but registration is essential as spaces are limited.

We look forward to seeing you at your local parliament!




 7 Free Training/Workshops For Community & Voluntary Sector Organisations

A few last minute spaces have become available on the following courses see attached Training Brochure or click on the links below for more details.     

Course Title



Motivational Interviewing – Level 2*

Wed 28th Feb & Thurs 1st March

Strabane Enterprise Agency

Self-care One-day Workshop

Friday 2nd March

Omagh Enterprise Centre

Developing Personal Resilience & Understanding Health Literacy

Tuesday 6th March

Strabane Enterprise Agency

*Participants must complete the Motivational Interviewing -Level 1 before completing the Motivational Interviewing - level 2 


8 DARE to Lead Change (DARE) Project Launch


13th March 2018 IFA’s Windsor Park Belfast

10:30am Registration to 1:10pm followed by lunch
Please RSVP to
rfletcher@brysongroup.org by 2nd March 2018

A Partnership Project: Bryson Intercultural and TIDES Training Consultancy

Funded by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme Managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB)

We are excited to launch our Dialogues About Race and Ethnicity (DARE). We chose the new Flagship Home of Northern Ireland Football, as it is an example of how community perceptions can be positively challenged and changed.

Our ambition is to promote peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the Six Border Counties by engaging different cultural, ethnic and religious communities in a sustained and meaningful dialogue that will change our shared knowledge and perceptions of each other.

The Project will equip, through training and mentoring individuals to become Black & Minority Ethnic Champions. They will work alongside Community Hosts, who will also have undertaken our training. Together they will DARE to lead different intercommunity conversations on a large, medium and small scale.

The success of this project relies on the collaboration and participation of diverse communities, the voluntary sector, public bodies, elected representatives and most notably our ability to create new interest within the general public of NI and the border counties.


To accommodate numbers and catering would you kindly RSVP by 2nd March 2018 to:

Ross Fletcher – DARE Administrator at rfletcher@brysongroup.org or 02890 325 835.

In your RSVP, please let us know if you can attend and if you have any dietary or access requirements.

Follow us on twitter: @dare2leadchange
Website: DARE


 Latest Offers from Salto Youth


Enterprise your daily life!

18 - 23 May 2018 | Cyprus

A training course aiming at strengthening the capacity of youth workers in developing the entrepreneurial potential of young people, as to enable them to adopt a proactive approach in their personal, civic and professional life.

Organizer: Youth Board of Cyprus (National Agency)

This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries

Application deadline (24h CET): 11 March 2018

See details


Theatre Play as an internet safety awareness campaign tool

2 - 4 May 2018 | Luxembourg, Luxembourg

The seminar will serve as platform for knowledge and experience exchange of youth workers and safer internet trainers in the field of internet safety.

Organizer: National Agency and Service National de la Jeunesse (National Agency)

This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries

Application deadline (24h CET): 12 March 2018

See details


Shadow the culture

Partnership-building Activity

14 - 18 May 2018 | near Warsaw, Poland

Shadow the Culture is the seminar dedicated to workers from cultural institutions (museums, libraries etc.) who work with youth using non-formal education methods.

Organizer: Polish National Agency of Erasmus+ Programme (National Agency)

This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries

Application deadline (24h CET): 19 March 2018

See details


Include, Transform, Realise Transnational Forum

5 - 9 May 2018 | İstanbul, Turkey

It is aimed to reach out both disabled and non-disabled youth workers/leaders, trainers or facilitators in order to improve their capacities of working with young people with disabilities in local/national/international level in terms of E+ YiA Programme.

Organizer: Turkish National Agency (National Agency)

This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries

Application deadline (24h CET): 24 March 2018

See details



22 - 27 May 2018 | Latvia

This training course (TC) aims to enhance the capacity of teachers and youth workers in supporting learning process, social inclusion, empowerment and motivation of potential school drop-outs.

Organizer: Latvian National Agency (National Agency)

This activity is for participants from:

Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries

Application deadline (24h CET): 25 March 2018

See details


Changemakers' Room Africa edition

15 - 20 July 2018 | Lagos, NIGERIA

International Training Forum, gathering some of the world’s most aspiring minds to identify world’s most pressing local and global problems, ideate solutions, develop international mobility projects to create interventions and to exchange best practices.

Organizer: Make Room Europe (NGO/Others)

This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Other countries in the world, Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU

Application deadline (24h CET): 15 June 2018

See details


10 Public Appointments to the Charity Commission for NI

The Department for Communities will shortly be seeking applications from people interested in the following appointments – Deputy Chief Commissioner and two Commissioners (one with relevant accountancy experience) to the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland.
Applications are welcome from a wide range of people who have an interest in public service.  The Department wishes to recognise less traditional career patterns and experiences such as community involvement or voluntary work, as well as those experiences found within the employment field.
We would particularly welcome application form women, people with a disability, young people and people form minority ethnic groups for these positions.
The formal advertisement will be placed in the Belfast Telegraph, Irish News and News Letter on 1 and 2 March 2018. 

Details are also available on the Department for Communities website
www.communities-ni.gov.uk/dfc-public-appointments or www.nidirect.gov.uk/public-appointment-vacancies


11  Job Opportunity with The Churches Trust

THE CHURCHES TRUST - Standing together with  those in need
The Churches Trust was established over 30 years ago in recognition of the fact that deprivation and disadvantage are key barriers to building a united community, equality of opportunity and good relations.  The Churches Trust reaches across all communities in a unique and practical way, to deliver services on an equitable basis to the unemployed, young people, the elderly, individuals and families disadvantaged through low education attainment and/or low income levels.   

The Churches Trust wishes to appoint:
Part-time position: Salary £9,461 pro rata (£22,076 Full time equivalent)   15 hours per week
Purpose and function of post:

  • To support the Chief Executive in the finance function including maintaining finance records (Sage and various excel spreadsheets), and ensuring adherence to finance procedures.
  • To administer payroll, ensuring timely payments to employees, Inland Revenue and pension provider.
  • To maintain records to support project finances and grant claims ensuring that funding obligations are met.

Essential criteria include but are not limited to:

  • 5 GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths, Grade C or above.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in finance and administration.
  • Excellent IT skills and effective written and oral communication skills

For information and application packs, please contact Veronica:

Tel: 028 71311322 or e-mail info@thechurchestrust.org.uk

Closing date for all applications: 2pm on Friday 15th March


12 Job Opportunity with Newbuildings Community Association

Newbuildings Community Association are currently recruiting for a Centre/Youth Manager.  The position is Full Time and Permanent.  Please click on the link below for further details:



13   Job Opportunities with The Verbal Arts Centre


Due to our continuing growth, we invite applications for the following positions:

  1. Visual Artist (Infographics / Animation) – The Third Space Part Time – 10 hours per week
    Based in Derry~Londonderry
  2. OCN Portfolio Manager – The Third Space Part Time – 20 hours per week
    Based in Derry~Londonderry
  3. Volunteer Coordinator Belfast x 2 – Listen Share Change
    Part Time – 27 hours per week
    Both based in Belfast: One to cover Belfast & surrounding areas
    One to cover Craigavon, Portadown & surrounding areas

These are Fixed-term posts to August 2021. Please contact us for an application pack:

Closing date for applications is: 12 noon on Friday, 9th March 2018.

It should be noted that the criteria for this post may be enhanced to facilitate shortlisting.

Interviews are due to be held week beginning 19th March 2018.

The Verbal Arts Centre operates a Child Protection Policy. The Verbal Arts Centre is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

These projects have been supported by the EU’s Peace IV Programme, managed by SEUPB


14  Reminder of the DCSDC tenders are now current for Animation & events 

This tender is out at the moment for Animation provision and is to be returned no later than 12 noon on Friday March 23rd

This information is current on the Council web site under Tenders and there are also tenders for event technical spec with an early March closing date- so check them out on:  www.derrystrabane.com/tenders                
Please request documents by emailing 


Animation services that will be considered include but are not exclusive to;
Lot 1: Creative or interactive installations, displays or shows
Lot 2: Carnival Pageants
Lot 3: Exhibitions
Lot 4: Street Theatre performances
Lot 5: Storytelling
Lot 6: Tours or Trails
Lot 7: Illusionists/Magician’s Shows
Lot 8: Walkabout Characters
Lot 9: Art or Craft Workshops/Programmes
Lot 10: Site Dressing - flags & bunting/decorations/Installations/Audio Installations
Lot 11: Site Dressing – picnic tables, picket fencing, bespoke structures
Lot 12: Pyrotechnics/Illuminations
Lot 13: Music Programmes/Events
Lot 14: Interactive workshops e.g. dance/costume making

We are seeking animation specifically for the following events and festivals plus suggestions for ad hoc requirements;
Summer Jamm 2018/2019
Foyle Maritime Festival 2018
Halloween Carnival Celebrations 2018/2019
Christmas Lights Switch On & Festive Time Celebrations 2018/2019
St Patrick’s Day Festival Weekend 2019/2020

Each lot must be applied for separately with 3 similar contracts provided as per Evaluation/Award Criteria. Successful applicants will then be invited to submit creative proposals with costs for each festival as required for the lot(s) that they have expressed an interest for.


15 Tower Museum Curious Collections Handling Workshop

You are invited to attend the following event: Curious Collections Handling Workshop 2018

Date: Thursday 22nd March 2018
Venue: Tower Museum, Union Hall Place, Derry/L'derry, BT48 6LU
Time: 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Get close and personal with artefacts from the new 'Curious Collections' exhibition at the Tower Museum. The workshop gives participants the opportunity to get close to these weird and wonderful artefacts out of their cases and into their hands! Marvel at the extraordinary feats from the Age of Anatomy, Exploration and Invention. This workshop is geared towards blind and partially sighted participants.

If you would like to attend, please contact tower.reception@derrystrabane.com or call
028 71372411


16  Lives in Translation 

Lives in Translation celebrates the human survival instinct through the story of one woman, Asha, who in fleeing the conflict of her home becomes trapped in a different struggle. She is trapped within the suffocating bureaucracy surrounding asylum seeking.

Based on interviews with female Somali asylum seekers and local support workers, this poignant drama explores how asylum seekers are forced to navigate support systems through translation. It highlights how disempowering and frustrating this system can be, and ultimately how time is controlled most by those it affects least.

The performance follows a ten-year journey through Mogadishu, Dublin, Belfast and London, as one woman fights for a life free from constant fear and a place to make home.

Suitable for 15 years and older.
“This simple but powerful drama explores the asylum industry, where the future is determined by

interpreters, and hope is dashed in transit” – Belfast Telegraph

“Lives in Translation is sharp and an international look at the appalling situation of those asylum seeking” – Irish News

Playhouse Theatre Derry/Londonderry
Saturday 10th March | 8pm Tickets £10 / £8
Book Online www.derryplayhouse.co.uk Book by Phone on 028 7126 8027

Written by Rosemary Jenkinson, Directed by Paula McFetridge
Set Design by Stuart Marshall, Costume Design by Liz Cullinane
Film created by Conan McIvor and Original Music by Dónal O’Connor
Performed by Tony Flynn, Julie Maxwell and Raquel McKee


17  Free Film Showing in Derry -- "Fukushima: A Nuclear Story”

(Directed by Matteo Gagliardi, 2015, 84mnts, English)
Sunday 11th March 2018 - 14:00 - Holywell DCCP, Bishop St, Derry
 Admission - free.

Fukushima Trilogy—It's not over yet
Almost 7 years have passed since the explosions of three reactors in Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. At the time of the accident, it was reported worldwide, but there has been little recent discussion of the event in the media, even though more than 70,000 people are still displaced as a result. We’ll take a look back at what actually happened at that time, and whether or not anything has changed in the meantime, by watching a total of 3 documentary films. This is not a project only about past. This project is not only about the past. This is an issue we are now facing as the UK government has just approved a plan for a major new nuclear power station in Wales.  Are nuclear power plants safe? How much do we really know about them? Do we know anything about their operation, maintenance and safety?

Pio, the Italian Sky reporter, was in Tokyo on the day of the earthquake and decided to leave immediately to get to the area affected by the tsunami: “Fukushima: A Nuclear Story” offers a completely original point of view on the tragedy. Pio refused to abandon his job even though the nuclear danger was at its greatest and searched desperately for the truth regarding what really happened inside the Fukushima Daiichi plant. The former prime minister of Japan, Naoto Kan revealed how Tokyo, and probably the whole of Japan, avoided a much bigger tragedy thanks to sheer luck. It was the presence of a broken valve that actually saved Japan.

Our two other film showings on Fukushima, with talks and Q&A with the directors. are:-
A2-B-C (2013, Director Ian Thomas Ash ) -- 1st July 2018 Holywell DCCP
Little Voices from Fukushima (2015, Director Hitomi Kamanaka) -- 7th October (Sun) 2018

Contact: Fukushima Trilogy: 

This project is supported by North West Japanese Cultural Group


18 Upcoming events with Max Meditation System

 ❤Full Moon Ceremony❤

Instead of our Max Meditation System TM class this evening our Modern Mystery School event this week takes place on Friday 2nd with a beautiful Wiccan Full Moon Ceremony.

As the moon reaches fullness the energy on earth becomes potent & powerful creating abundance & Magick.

Join us as we use the energy of this full moon to weave peace, deeper understanding & celebrate the gifts life has to offer.

Please let Dr Ann know you plan to attend as Magickal items need to be prepared.

Phone 07411086064

Friday 2nd March


Holywell - DiverseCity Community Partnership


Proceeds to Foyle Women's Aid


Max Meditation System TM 

Resuming Tuesday 6th March 2018 at Holywell - DiverseCity Community Partnership
£10 drop in fee or what you can afford to exchange

Relax Unwind Rejuvenate

For beginners and experienced alike
Come experience this system of mediation for yourself!


19  MESSIAH, an Easter Performance

MESSIAH: An Easter Performance: Christ Church, Derry/Londonderry
Saturday, 3rd March 2018, 3.30pm
Christ Church, Infirmary Rd, Derry, BT48 7DE

The Kirtanham Choir of the School of Philosophy in Ireland present Handel's Masterpiece, the MESSIAH at its original birthday: EASTER! Follow this unique choir and accompanying musicians as they tour the four corners of the country to bring you a very special presentation of Handel's best loved masterpiece. A 50 piece choir, Organ, timpanist, trumpet and 4 wonderful soloists will join us in Derry, Cork & Galway and the final performance in Dublin will be accompanied by a full orchestra!

Facebook link and Eventbrite Ticket sales links below, or contact the local School of Philosophy branch on 07742 491 788

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/392288184557834/

Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/messiah-an-easter-performance-tickets-41921353898?aff=es2

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