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Dear friends and colleagues,

This week, we invite you take some ‘me’ time and shake off the winter blues as you get up and move with fun activities created by choreographer Paula O’Reilly. DerryVoid has many art workshops to choose from, so you can have a go at drawing while watching Paula McIntyre in the brand new cookalong theatre show ‘Recipe for Disaster’.

Looking ahead, the NI Science Festival has a full programme of unforgettable experiences to celebrate the Science of You, The Universe and Everything In-Between, great for all ages. And, for one more week, the Out to Lunch festival continues to bring you good music.

We hope you enjoyed our lunchtime concert ‘A Taste of Belfast and Brussels’, the link is now live on our website in case you missed it or would like to watch it again. We look forward to hearing your feedback, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team.
Best Wishes,
Lynsey Moore, Director

Creative Workshops with Void Engage

Find out what's in store in the online Void Engage programme this January and February including monoprinting and blind drawing with Zoe McSparron, kaleidoscope making, mindfulness drawing, and dragon puppets ready to celebrate the Chinese New Year! Once uploaded, all the workshops are on DerryVoid vimeo channel so you can go back and forth to them as many times as you would like. New workshops every Saturday on @derryvoid.
Creative Workshops with Void Engage

Big Telly #staysafe: Recipe for Disaster, cookalong theatre

Big Telly Theatre Company presents a brand new show 'Recipe for Disaster’, a piece of online cookalong theatre showing next week on 29 & 30 January. This is theatre that you can eat with Paula McIntyre. You are looking at a chef, a fabulous bride, a nervous best man and a missing groom with a sprinkling of finely chopped good craic. Join from your phone in your kitchen. Capacity is limited so advanced booking is advised to
Big Telly #staysafe: Recipe for Disaster, cookalong theatre

NI Science Festival – Let Your Mind Wonder

With over 120 events across 14 days, the NI Science Festival 2021 will feature a mixture of unforgettable outdoor experiences across Northern Ireland, virtual talks from some of our favourite science communicators from around the globe, online interactive workshops and the biggest Schools & Educators programme they’ve ever assembled. Be it online, in person or a mixture of both, in this most unique of years where science has rarely been as prominent in society, as well as in our daily lives, we are all invited to celebrate the Science of You, The Universe and Everything In-Between. Watch the thread here and from wherever you are in the world, check the full programme, it's mostly free & you can watch and learn safely from the comfort of your own home.
NI Science Festival – Let Your Mind Wonder

Time to Shake it up with The MAC

Time to shake off those winter blues with another activity from the Art at Home packs! This time we’re moving and grooving with fun filled movement activities devised by choreographer @paulaoreilly and actor Keith Singleton.

So, get up off the sofa and shake it up!
The Mac(1)
The 16th annual Out to Lunch Festival continues until 30 January 2021 with a series of incredible shows including Matt McGinn on Sunday, the live podcast of Martin Lynch on Thursday and the fantastic Teresa Livingstone next Friday among many others.
OTL 2021