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'>The MAC and Lidl Northern Ireland's Duck Derby




















'>Stakeholder's Paddy McShane launching 1,000 rubber ducks into the river Lagan for the MAC and Lidl Northern Ireland's Duck Derby






















'>Samuel, Ross and Elliot Burns from Newry are pictured at Narrow Water Castle for the highlight event  of the ‘Small size, big festival’, ‘Moon Dance’ an original musical and animated performance with a cast of giant dragons. Organised by Newry-based company Sticky Fingers, the four-day festival was the finale of an exploratory programme which spanned more than five years and involved 12 different countries dedicated to performing arts in the early year’s sector welcoming more than 300 delegates from across Europe including representatives from the arts, children’s rights and political sectors. The festival was bursting with sell out performances, workshops, conferences and exhibitions, attracting over 10,000 people travelling from Dublin, Galway, Belfast and Derry to take part. Chosen by ‘Small size’ UK to bid against Spain and Hungary for this event, Newry emerged as the chosen host city based on its ability to deliver world class access to the arts for children, primarily through Sticky Fingers, with very limited resources and infrastructure.

Samuel, Ross and Elliot Burns from Newry are pictured at Narrow Water Castle for the highlight event of the ‘Small size, big festival’, ‘Moon Dance’ an original musical and animated performance with a cast of giant dragons. Organised by Newry-based company Sticky Fingers, the four-day festival was the finale of an exploratory programme which spanned more than five years and involved 12 different countries dedicated to performing arts in the early year’s sector welcoming more than 300 delegates from across Europe including representatives from the arts, children’s rights and political sectors. The festival was bursting with sell out performances, workshops, conferences and exhibitions, attracting over 10,000 people travelling from Dublin, Galway, Belfast and Derry to take part. Chosen by ‘Small size’ UK to bid against Spain and Hungary for this event, Newry emerged as the chosen host city based on its ability to deliver world class access to the arts for children, primarily through Sticky Fingers, with very limited resources and infrastructure.

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