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Cinemagic brings half term family fun to Flowerfield and Roe Valley arts centres

Flowerfield and Roe Valley arts centres are delighted to partner with Cinemagic for two family film screenings this half term.

These screenings are part of Cinemagic’s ‘Spring Young Audiences Supporting Foodbanks’ initiative. Rather than paying for a ticket to gain entry to these film screenings, audiences are asked to donate essential foodbank items on the day, which will be collected on arrival at the event and distributed in the community through a local foodbank.

Flowerfield Arts Centre will screen Disney’s Pete’s Dragon on Saturday, 10 February.  In a live-action remake of a 1977 classic, a woodcarver’s daughter, Grace, teams up with a friend to investigate a young orphan’s claim of living with a giant dragon in the woods. The story explores themes of friendship, loss, and independence in an emotional and adventurous narrative.

Then on Saturday 17 February, Roe Valley Arts Centre will screen The Good Dinosaur. In this Disney animation we meet Arlo, a young Apatosaurus who is separated from his family during a rainstorm.  Arlo befriends Spot, a feral child, and they navigate a challenging landscape and work together to reunite Arlo with his family.

These events are supported by Film Hub NI and the BFI FAN Film Exhibition Fund, awarding funds from National Lottery.

Flowerfield also presents a vibrant three-day mid-term Art Club for kids from 14-16 February, inviting young creative minds to join Linda Mulholland in a burst of imaginative activities. Chase away the winter blues, embrace the spirit of spring, and craft wonderful projects with all materials provided. Secure your spot by visiting flowerfield.org or by calling 028 7083 1400.

For more information on events coming to Flowerfield and Roe Valley arts centres, please visit flowerifeld.org and roevalleyarts.com

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