Craic Theatre and Arts Centre

Craic Theatre and Arts Centre
2 Dungannon Road, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 4HP
  • Telephone 028 8774 1100
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  • Website www.craicartscentre.com
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9 to 5

From the same team that brought you "Little Shop of Horrors" the Craic Theatre is delighted to present the Dolly Parton Musical 9 TO 5. The show tells the story of three women pushed to boiling point by their sexist and egotistical boss. Concocting a plan to kidnap and turn the tables on their despicable supervisor, will…

Thu 24 Feb

£15 / 028 8774 1100

Fri 25 Feb

£15 / 028 8774 1100

Sat 26 Feb

£15 / 028 8774 1100

…and 5 more dates until 6 Mar

Ever After BLUE CAST

Ever After? (CRAIC Panto 2022) Evil runs in the family. Happily ever afterthat's the way the saying goes right? But what about the villains? What ever happened to them? Or better still what will become of their children? Join us on a magical journey to find out what happens when you mix the children of some of the most…

Fri 28 Jan

£6–£12 / 028 8774 1100

Sun 30 Jan

£6–£12 / 028 8774 1100

Ever After YELLOW CAST

Ever After? (CRAIC Panto 2022) Evil runs in the family. Happily ever afterthat's the way the saying goes right? But what about the villains? What ever happened to them? Or better still what will become of their children? Join us on a magical journey to find out what happens when you mix the children of some of the most…

Sat 29 Jan

£6–£12 / 028 8774 1100

The Field

The Bardic Theatre Donaghmore Present The Field by JB Keane  The Field is set in rural Ireland during the mid nineteen sixties…. "As a patriotic tenant farmer with a fearsome temper and an obsession with the field he has toiled for most of his life, the Bull McCabe epitomises the last stand in the protection of the old…

Fri 29 Apr

£15 / 028 8774 1100

Sat 30 Apr

£15 / 028 8774 1100

The Handyman by Seamus O'Rourke

The Handyman - written and performed by Seamus O'Rourke Hugh Spotten is the local Handyman. He is about to receive an award for his contribution to the community… but all is not what it seems in a small town, falling in on itself. Seamus O'Rourke explores friendship, relationships and how best to get noticed on your last…

Sat 23 Apr

£12 / 028 8774 1100

Kaz Hawkins Homecoming

In Association with Mid-Ulster Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy Award winning Belfast singer/songwriter Kaz Hawkins isnt just a classic blues interpretation. She is from a generation and culture where blues emotion is gladly mixed with a soul voice, gospel flights, some rock guitars and cry ballads.

Thu 25 Aug

£20 / 028 8774 1100

Mrs Joness Diary Off Her Rocker!

Confessions of a Badass Granny growing old (dis)gracefully!   Join the marvellous Mrs Jones in this uninhibited, unruly and outrageous story of her colourful life!   You've laughed at her in the Smash Hit comedy shows 'It's Wine O'Clock' and 'Nobody Puts Bernie in a Corner'.  Now she's back with her own laugh-out-loud…

Fri 1 Apr

£15 / 028 8774 1100

Sat 2 Apr

£15 / 028 8774 1100