Friday 22nd September – Finance & Administration Officer


We’re hiring! We have a new job opening available. Féile are looking to recruit a new Finance & Administration Officer!

Please see the link below for the job description and application form.

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19th September 2023 – Féile Media at Culture Night

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Féile Film Screenings at Culture Night

This Friday as part of the annual Derry City & Strabane District Council culture night, Féile Derry will be screening a selection of films that we have produced over the last couple of years in association with local schools, youth clubs, local figures, filmmakers and community organisations.

The screenings are free and will take place in the Nerve Centre this Friday 22nd September from 5pm onwards. Everyone is welcome!

Trojans YCG

Sean Dolans Gac

St Cecilia’s College, Derry

St Joseph’s Boys’ School

Stmarys Youthclub


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5th September 2023 – Féile 2023 Film

From the 12th – 19th August 2023, Féile returned for its 31st year with a packed programme including music, literature, film, sport, history, comedy, art, carnival, fun days, health, discussions, tours and events and programmes for children, young people and older people. What began as a one day festival in 1993 has since grown into the biggest community arts festival in the North West, attracting over 20,000 people annually to the programme of events.

Féile 2023 would not have been possible without the support of our funders at The Executive Office, (Urban Villages & Communities In Transition), Department of Foreign Affairs and the collaboration of our many partners, groups, initiatives, volunteers and residents from throughout the Bogside, Brandywell, Creggan, Bishop Street and Fountain areas who came together to shape and manage this year’s programme of events!

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16th August 2023 – Be Yourself Premiere Photos

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‘Be Yourself?’ Premiere Photos

On the 16th August in the Nerve Centre, Féile screened a premiere of ‘Be Yourself’, a film by Féile which follows Dee McLaughlin, a youth worker from Creggan, as he meets with a range of members of the LGBTQIA+ community in Derry to share stories about the issues they have faced in the past, those they face today and their hopes for the future.

Thank you to everyone who came along on the night or helped with the film!

A Communities In Transition project funded by The Executive Office.

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