A modern arts fac ility specialising in Carnival Arts. Courses available for all ages including Children and primary school programme, Teenage arts programme, Adult Arts accredited training. Evening classes in visual arts, crafts, literature, dance, carnival arts…
Skills 2020 is a new regional collaborative employability and training programme targeting and recruiting participants most removed from the labour market. The project can provide a concentrated support service for unemployed and inactive individuals at a community level, offering a range of interventions;
The Gasworks café offers seating for up to 75 people.All food is freshly cooked every day with vegetarian and gluten free products available. We cater for large or small groups and also offer an outside catering service.
Our Dance Studio is a high quality space that offers dance classes in Salsa, Street Dance, Line Dancing, Urban Dance, Commercial Dance, Ballet and Hip Hop Classes with specialised Dance Teacher. It is also available to rent for individual Dance Instructors.
The Volunteer Investment Project will support you to get the most from volunteering whatever you reason.
The Volunteer Investment Project through working in partnership with many different organisations provides a huge range of volunteering roles.
In 1993, residents of the Bogside and Brandywell came together with community organisations to organise a community festival that has become the biggest community and arts cultural festival in the North West, attracting over 20,000 people to the programme of events. The festival is the result of the hard work and commitment of a multitude of groups, initiatives, volunteers and residents from throughout Derry~Londonderry who come together each year to shape and manage a fantastic programme of events.
Our large auditorium, An Druma Mor, is a 200 seater venue based in the Brandywell area of Derry. It is a circular space with a diametre of 16 metres and is a major component of the Gasyard Centre. This venue can be used for a diverse range of activites including charity fundraisers, large scale conferences, tea dances, fitness classes, music and dance performance, theatre performances etc. All seating, tables and table decorations are available and will be set up according to individual need and requirement. The room has a built in state of the art audio sound system, lighting and stage, all available at no additional cost.
Our Conference Room hosts conferences suitable for up to 16 people and includes access to high speed wireless broadband, tea making facilities, TV and DVD, all available at no extra cost. Projectors, laptops, portable screens are available upon reqest at an additional cost.
The main signature project of the Bloody Sunday Trust remains the Museum of Free Derry. The Museum of Free Derry opened in 2007 in order to tell the story of what happened in the city during the period 1968 – 1972, popularly known as ‘Free Derry’, and including the civil rights era, Battle of the Bogside, Internment, Bloody Sunday and Operation Motorman.
The Social Prescribing Programme helps older people address social, emotional or practical needs by linking them to sources of support and activities within their local community. The project aims to take an early intervention approach to the frail, elderly population ages 65+ who may be experiencing personal difficulties i.e. social isolation, bereavement, a family crisis or chronic loneliness.