The Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre is the place to be for the 2015 Danny Boy Festival.
The annual festival has everything from art exhibitions and film to music on offer.
The opening concert, featuring Paddy Nash and the Happy Enchiladas, is on 15th May at 8pm.
The purpose-built ArtCart vehicle will be available for children to try out sound recording, digital music and photography from 1pm to 3pm on the same day, in Drumceatt Square (outside the Centre). Admission is free.
A unique film, ‘The Ballad that Bewitched the World’ will take place on Saturday 16th May.
The headline act for this year’s festival is the ever popular Bagatelle, as part of their last ever tour on Saturday, 16th May at 8pm.
On Sunday, 17th May from 1pm to 4pm there is ‘folk and trad’ in the Green Lane Museum in Roe Valley Country Park, featuring Brí which comprises David Dunlop, Heather Montgomery, Deirdre Tasker together with George Murphy and friends.
For information go to roevalleyarts.com or contact the Centre’s Box Office on 028 7776 0650.