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aroundNorth tour March 4, 2015

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To celebrate the official launch of the aroundNorth permanent installation at Armagh Observatory a version of the work will tour to a number of locations in Northern Ireland.  It will begin on the shores of Lough Neagh, at Oxford Island, which was last year launched as the first Dark Sky site in Northern Ireland, and then tour to the top of Divis & the Black Mountain National Trust Park, before heading to Armagh for a couple of performances.  The installation will also travel to Colin Allotments in West Belfast before travelling to Derry for a special performance to coincide with the deep partial eclipse of the Sun on the morning of Friday 20th March 2015.  There will then be an evening performance in the sports grounds at St Cecila’s College before the final event at the spectacular Beaghmore Stones complex, near Cookstown in County Tyrone.  Details below (all events are free):

THU 12     Lough Neagh Discovery Centre
Oxford Island, Craigavon BT66 6NJ
7pm – 9pm

SAT 14      Divis & the Black Mountain
Divis Road, Hannahstown BT17 0NG
6.30pm – 9pm    –  Approx 20 minute walk to installation area

TUE 17     Armagh Observatory
College Hill, Armagh BT61 9DG
2.30pm – 4pm

WED 18    Colin Allotments
Upper Colin Glen Rd, Belfast BT17 0LR
7pm – 9pm

THU 19     Armagh Observatory
College Hill, Armagh BT61 9DG
2.30pm – 4pm

FRI 20      St Cecilia’s College Sports Ground
Fanad Drive, Derry BT48 9QE
7pm – 9pm

SAT 21      Beaghmore Stones
Blackrock Road, Cookstown BT80 9PB
6pm – 9pm    –  Visitors required to walk over rough ground

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