Culture Night

Once again Riverbank Arts Centre is pleased to be part of the national celebration of the arts for Culture Night 2015. This is the 9th annual Culture Night, having grown from humble beginnings in 2006. This year we are hosting two very special events. The first, The Prince who married a Frog: Storytelling with Simone Schuemmelfeder, takes place at 6.30pm …

Launch of Exhibition: A History of Play, by Eamon O’Kane

Riverbank Arts Centre will launch A History of Play, By Eamon O’Kane on Saturday 5th September at 3pm. Artist Eamon O’Kane will transform the entire McKenna Gallery into an interactive installation inspired by the educational play objects devised by educator and inventor of Kindergarten Friedrich Fröbel. For the artist, parenthood sparked this interest in merging real life with his art …

New Website

We are delighted to finally unveil our new website! The website was developed in-house by our Marketing and Development Manager, Eric Hennelly Flanagan, who, prior to joining Riverbank Arts Centre, had a lustrous career building websites and providing marketing consultancy under the Six Degrees moniker. The website has been designed to provide a rich user experience whether on mobile or …

New Season Brochure

We are currently in the midst of compiling our next seasons brochure which will be hitting your letterboxes (metaphorically speaking) in the coming weeks. If you’ve moved house, got married, divorced, or changed your name for any other reason please let us know and we will update our records ahead of the mail out.

Bosco visits Riverbank Arts Centre

The loveable red haired puppet BOSCO will be joining Snow White and her friends this weekend for Lamberts Puppet Theatre show on Sunday 25th. There will be two shows, 2pm and 4pm. Full details on:

Season Launch

We open a brand new season of cultural treats at Riverbank Arts Centre. Our full programnme is now available to book online and via box office (045448327).

Upcoming Family Christmas Events

Joy to the World: Date: Monday, December 8th – Sunday, January 4th Time: 10AM – 5.30PM, MON- FRI, 10AM – 1PM, SAT Price: Free admission An exhibition celebrating festive traditions from around the globe, curated by Susan Boyle. This intimate exhibition comprises beautifully handcrafted Nativity scenes made from wood, precious metals, felt and even bread dough, alongside other seasonal artifacts. …