Strule Arts Centre
- Telephone 028 8224 7831
- Website www.struleartscentre.co.uk
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Comedy hypnotism and audience participation.
Ballet Theatre UK: Alice In Wonderland
- Written by: Christopher Moore
A ballet choreographed by the company's artistic director Christopher Moore, based on Lewis Carroll's novel and set to music by Tchaikovsky.
Creedence Clearwater Revived: Creedence Clearwater Revival Tribute
The group performs the music of John Fogerty's swamp-rockers.
Fri 14 Jun
£13 / 028 8224 7831
Cullybackey Pipe Band
The award-winning ensemble from County Antrim performs traditional folk.
The TV psychic takes to the stage to bring his supernatural show to his fans, up close and personal. Acorah has helped bring supernatural experiences to a mainstream audience instead of being more of a cult. The medium's first supernatural encounter happened at a young age when his grandfather died and later his spirit…
Pop and rock covers group.
History Of The Troubles Accordin' To My Da
It Runs In the Family
- Directed by: Matthew James
- Written by: Ray Cooney
- Directed by: David Grant
- Written by: Owen McCafferty
Chatterbox Productions present a vibrant and fast-paced tale of two boys growing up in Belfast in the early 1970s, their friendship centres on playing headers, building huts, going to the cinema and re-enacting Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid, while blissfully unaware of brewing sectarian violence.
Norma Burrowes: Photographic Contemplation Upon Connections
Photographic elements with mandalas and textile work combine to make bright, energetic digitally manipulated images.
Sat 25 May
Sun 26 May
Mon 27 May
The band from Vancouver, Canada, performs lively folk-rock with touches of Celtic music, bluegrass, zydeco, soul and country.
Place Names Exhibition 2013
The 11th year of the Primary Schools Place Names Exhibition organised by the Arts and Tourism Department of Omagh District Council.
Raisins Aren't Sexy
- Written by: Adrian Mullan
River Row Creative Company presents Adrian Mullan's drama about a man who takes on the might of the advertising industry. Not suitable for under 16s.