This is a privacy statement disclosing our information gathering, use and dissemination practices.
Personal data All personal data is collected and stored in line with the Data Protection Act 1998. We collect the following data:
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We collect the following information: Physical contact information. Online contact information. Demographic data. Preference data This data will be used for the following purposes:
Completion and support of the current activity. Contacting visitors for marketing of services or products. In all cases this information will only be used for the stated purpose for which it was provided. A number of online forms are provided on this site. The pages containing these forms should include a statement on how data submitted to them will be processed. The data is collected so that we can send you news and other information which is relevant to your needs and interests.
Toby will inspire you to consider planting a selection of beautiful plants and shrubs which are more unusual but easily obtainable, and his illustrated lecture will outline their care and conditions, all gems to make your garden sparkle.
Michael Longley has long been acknowledged as one of our greatest living poets: Seamus Heaney once described him as ‘a keeper of the artistic estate, a custodian of griefs and wonders’.
An Evening of Popular Classics International Concert Pianist Phillip Dyson presents an evening of popular and much loved piano classics, including Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight Sonata’, Rachmaninov’s ‘Prelude in G minor’, Scott Joplin’s ‘The Entertainer’ and ‘Maple Leaf Rag’, Debussy’s Clair de Lune’, George Gershwin’s ‘Rhapsody in Blue’, Chopin’s ‘Fantaisie–Impromptu’ and ‘Waltz in C sharp minor’.
Maverick musician Ursula Burns randomly fell into funny land when she accidently won the Irish Musical Comedy Awards in 2012.
07 Mar 2015
FREE Fun for all the family! Live music, face painting, treasure hunt, creative workshops, Superheroes and “Frozen” Princesses, street theatre and much much more! Click here for full event listing & details.
07 Mar 2015
12pm – Late
CCE Loch Lao’s annual showcase of the best in Irish traditional music, song and dance including music groups, ceili bands, singers, harpers, pipers, fiddlers, guitarists and much more.
07 Mar 2015
07 Mar 2015
From the company that brought you last year’s acclaimed production ‘Arrivals’, about the lives of immigrants to Northern Ireland, the story continues with ‘Arrivals2’, all about their children.