Young at Art joining Stendhal family festival fun!

Stendhal Festival are excited to announce a new collaboration with another of NI's leading arts' organisations  - Young at Art. Young at Art will be leading a host of family events at this year's Stendhal. Young at Art will be offering the families attending a range of interactive creative workshops to enhance your festival experience on Friday 12th (5-8pm) and Saturday 13th...

More acts announced for Stendhal Festival

Stendhal Festival of Art has announced the second raft of musical acts which will take to the stage at Ireland’s Best Small Festival in Limavady, Co. Derry/Londonderry on August 12 and 13. Joining the likes of Badly Drawn Boy, Therapy?, DJ Yoda, Hayseed Dixie and Lynched are a Meteor Music Prize winner in Paddy Casey, the energetic...

2016 Line-up reveal (so far)

Ireland’s Best Small Festival is back and better than ever Stendhal Festival of Art, winner of Ireland’s Best Small Festival 2013, 2014 and 2015, has revealed the musical delights in store for all the guests visiting Ballymully Cottage Farm, Limavady, this August 12 and 13. The all-encompassing arts extravaganza has announced that this year there will be five...

Stendhal – The David Bowie of the 19th Century?

Stendhal Festival of Art takes its name from a syndrome explored by 19th Century French writer Marie-Henrie Beyle, but who is Stendhal? As team Stendhal member Sinead McKeever discovered, he was a romantic, a writer, a soldier and much more. Who is Stendhal? By Sinead McKeever Stendhal was the pen name of  19th century french writer Marie-Henrie Beyle. Like...

Stendhal Salon!

At Stendhal Festival of Art, we like to engage, make you think, and encourage you to sit back and listen. With this in mind, the Stendhal Salon is born! What is the Stendhal Salon?     Saturday – Garden Shed – 4.15-5.05pm Curated by Diane Greer, Stendhal Salon is a new development at the festival and comes from an...

Programme Updates

  Teknopheasant will be playing from 9.45pm to 10.15m - and not the 5mins advertised. Sorry Mr Tekno Our rustic screening of Bafta-winning Boogaloo and Graham, with Q&A between Radio Presenter, Steven Rainey and the film's Producer Brian J. Falconer after the screening, will be at the Garden Stage - Showing at 8.15pm - Great for any one...