Housed in beautifully restored former school buildings with an award-winning modern extension at the rear, this community arts centre stages music, dance and theatre by local and international performers.
Adjoining Peadar O'Donnell's, the Gweedore Bar hosts live rock bands every night, while the DJ bar upstairs is home to a regular Saturday night disco.
The city that spawned the Undertones is still turning out raw, rumbustious music. Mason's line-up changes frequently but includes regular student, emerging and established bands, as well as DJs, karaoke, and comedy…
With a capacity of 1000 and Ireland's largest theatre stage, this auditorium is a major venue for dance, drama, concerts, opera and musicals.
Set up in 1990 to encourage young, local talent in the fields of music and film, the Nerve Centre has a performance area, with live music at weekends, a theatre, and an art-house cinema. Also here are a bar and cafe…
Housed in a former factory 500m east of the River Foyle, Waterside stages drama, dance, comedy, children's theatre and live music.
The college hosts a variety of arts, theatre and classical-concert performances throughout the year.
This seven-screen multiplex is the place for mainstream movies.
This cultural centre devoted to the Irish language stages performances of traditional Irish music, poetry and dance. Its shop, An Cló Ceart, sells music as well as arts, crafts and Irish-language books.