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Ulster Orchestra
Handel's Messiah - On Your Doorstep series

06 Dec 2018
Handelís Messiah is a miracle in itself. A true gift of musical and spiritual expression that is the most single performed piece of classical music, year-on-year, than any other.
If youíve never heard it, donít miss the opportunity to experience all the glory, celebration and joy of this timeless, inspirational masterpiece. The Ulster Orchestra, acclaimed chamber choir Codetta, Soprano Ailish Tynan and other distinguished soloists, join together to bring you an unforgettable performance of this much-loved oratorio.
Opening times: 19:30
Prices: £14.00, £5.00 concession. Under 16s go free
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Christmas Winterland Markets
13 Dec 2018 - 16 Dec 2018
Christmas Market with artisan food & drinks.

Ulster Orchestra - The Magic of Christmas
18 Dec 2018
Following its huge success at Belfast Waterfront Hall last year, the Ulster Orchestra is bringing this magical concert to Derry.
This spectacular show, which also features an established West End soloist, will certainly put you in the Christmas mood. Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas with all your seasonal favourites including The Polar Express, Winter Wonderland and not forgetting that timeless classic, White Christmas. Youíll definitely feel that Santa Claus is coming to town.
Opening times: 19:30
Prices: £14.50, £19.50, £24.50. Under 16s go free
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Dementia Friendly Tea Dance
20 Dec 2018
The Millennium Forumís Dementia Friendly Tea Dances will be held in the venueís Studio once a month
The events are free, with an afternoon of entertainment and music:
- Thursday 20th December... Christmas Carol Dementia Tea Dance
The Tea Dance will begin at 2:00pm, finishing and 3:30pm. Refreshments will be sponsored by our in-house restaurant, Arbutus at the Forum.


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