In Your Space Circus will use the medium of circus to work with four schools/youth groups to explore how global issues can be influenced at
the local level and to see how young people from different parts of the North West can collaborate to find solutions to the issues that face all of us.
IYSC is based in Derry and is the Northwest’s leading Circus and Street Theatre Company. They are responsible for such amazement as; Carnival of Colours, the Wonder Windows in Derry/Londonderry (you might have seen at Christmas) and many of the crazy circus characters, shows and installations you see across N.I.
The Light Theatre Company will screen the ‘Emigrant Woman’s Tale’ film for a cross-community audience with a discussion about emigration/immigration, memories of the Troubles and the Cold War.
The film of Fil Campbell and Csilla Toldy’s stage show was directed by Alistair Livingstone and made during the lock down with a small professional film crew from Slack Press Studio in Newry.
The film will be held at the Rostrevor Inn.
Tickets are £9.50 including wine and finger food.
To purchase tickets, please click ‘GO TO EVENT’.
The Community Relations Council presents the release of the musical track “Brighter Days” curated by Beyond Skin and written and performed by one of Northern Ireland’s finest musicians, Rwanda Shaw and Jessica Hammond from Black Studios Dundonald.
The song references the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and is part of a wider SDG’s Youth4Peace project enabling a legacy from Good Relations Week with the Brighter Days theme echoing through intercultural arts activities running until March 2022.