Revival Shared Space Project

The Revival Shared Space Project is funded by TEO under the Central Good Relations Fund and aims to promote opportunities to develop Ráth Mór as a shared space – through dedicated cross community cultural, diversionary and good relations programming, activities and events.

For more information contact the Ráth Mór Centre Manager:
Tel: 028 713 73170

Revival regularly host a range of activities and events in the mall, in one of our dedicated rooms/spaces and/or outside in the grounds of the Ráth Mór complex. Many of these events are open to the general public and are advertised locally in print and radio media, via this website and social media channels (Facebook) and via flyers or adverts in the mall.

Due to current Covid restrictions – we will be limiting some of our larger events and activities which may pose more significant risks. Some of our events will now be hosted entirely outdoors (and with strict control of numbers) or online. We will host some smaller events indoors where social distancing is possible and with adequate controls in place.

Current Live Event(s)
Many physical events have been subject to change in recent weeks due to the ongoing public health situation. We will attempt to keep you up to date with the most current events here and via our other promotional channels over the coming period. We will also be showcasing online video content and promoting several live/virtual online events over the period which will be organised in place of live events. Please feel free to join in online, leave comments or simply enjoy the content.

Revival Share Space Project Events & Activities (May 2020-April 2021)

Event Date Location:
Jazz Festival @ Rath Mor 07/05/20 – 10/05/20 Virtual Jazz Festival in the Mall
Fringe Festival @ Rath Mor in association with New Gate Arts 20/07/20 – 31/07/20 Event Cancelled
Foyle Pride ‘SHOUT OUT’ LGBT Rights Workshop & presentation 21/08/20 Virtual Pride Festival in the Mall
Humanitarian Awareness Drive. In conjunction with the Red cross and Citys Good Relations Week. 17/09/20 Event Cancelled due to Covid restrictions
Good Relations Youth Workshop. ‘A Tale of Two Communities’. Facilitated by The Lifehack Project 18/09/20 Hive Studios (First Floor), Time to be confirmed
Rath Mor Summer Family Funday 26/09/20 Event Cancelled
Culture Night: Live from the Hive 27/09/20 Virtual Live Music Event
Halloween Workshops. Creative activities and competitions in association with Local schools, youth groups and families 01/09/20 – 30/10/20 Contact for more information
Childrens Halloween Art Competition. For P3-P7 pupils / Yr8-Yr10 from across the city 01/10/20 – 01/11/20 Contact for more information
International Day of Older People @Rath Mor 01/10/20 – 05/10/20 Postponed – alternative event to be planned.
International Day of the Girl @ Rath Mor 09/10/20 School workshop session
Halloween Celebrations Showcase 30/10/20 Physical exhibition in mall & online – see Facebook and Online @
Foyle Film Festival @ Rath Mor 16/11/20 – 21/11/20 Hive Studios, more detail to follow. Contact for more information
International Mens Day @ Rath Mor 19/11/20 Creggan Older Mens Social Club based at Unit R3D Rath Mor Microenterprise Centre
Book Launches @ Rath mor 01/11/20 – 30/11/20 Hive Studios, more detail to follow. Contact for more information
International Human Rights Day @ Rath Mor 10/12/20 Hive Studios (First Floor) and Rath Mor mall, Time to be confirmed

We have compiled a range of links and resources to help families, individuals and participants over the trying times ahead. We will continue to update these as and when new content or links arise.
Click here for the complete list of useful links/resources

Where possible we would seek pre and/or post feedback from participants in relation to one off events/activities or sustained activities (programmes) etc
If you have participated in an event or activity please download and complete the relevant form and return to at your discretion.

Event Feedback Form

Pre and Post Programme Outcome Form(s)

The Revival shared Space Project is funded by TEO under the Central Good Relations Fund.