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Within the Strand Arts Centre’s aims and objectives we seek to provide a diverse programme of community and arts programmes to meet the needs of the whole community, and advance education in the appreciation and practice of the arts including cinema, dance, drama, literature as well as performing, participatory and visual arts generally.  Our programme of classes is in the early stage of development, and currently we only offer classes for those aged 6-18.
Whilst we hope there is something here for you, we welcome your ideas/requests for additional classes and workshops.

Tuesdays September at 2pm & 7pm we have 'Silver Screenings' in partnership with Film Hub NI and BFI, designed for 60years+ but open to all movie fans!  2pm with into talk & tea/coffee.

January 27th - ‘Rain Man’ (1988) DRAMA 133mins  
February 3rd -‘Wuthering Heights’(1939) –DRAMA/ROMANCE 104mins

February 10th - *SPECIAL EVENT* Brian Desmond Hurst celebration:-
PART 1 – Regular Price – Start: 2pm, or 7pm
‘Theirs Is The Glory’ (1946) [2pm Introduction from David Truesdale]
-Short Break-
PART 2- FREE SCREENING - Start: 3.45pm or 8.30pm
‘Revisiting A Letter From Ulster’ &  ‘A Letter From Ulster’(1943)

February 17th - ‘Pink Panther’ (1963) COMEDY/CRIME 115mins
February 24th - Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) BIO/MUSICAL 126mins

March 3rd - The General (1926) ADVENTURE/COMEDY 107 mins
March 10th  - It Happened One Night (1934) COMEDY/ROM 105mins
March 17th - Casablanca (1942) DRAMA/ROMANCE/WAR 104mins
March 24th - Son of the Sheik (1926) – ADVENTURE / DRAMA 68 mins
March 31st - Guys and Dolls (1955) - COMEDY/MUSICAL/ROM 150mins

Groups can apply for free taxis to the 2pm screening, more information call 02890655830.

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The NiStars Saturday School covers singing, dancing, drama, modeling, DJing, TV presenting and loads more.

Monthly Heritage tour with our expert projectionist and Film enthusiast Alan McClurg.