Rafts will race up the Strule and soapboxes will slalom through the streets of Omagh this weekend when festival fever strikes the town.
Entertainment / Lifestyle
Collin Geddis prepares for a return to Daly’s Comedy Club. DALY’S Comedy Club returns from its short summer hiatus...
Patricia Corr; Cookstown Council chairman Wilbert Buchanan; Chloe McFarland, senior support worker from Positive Futures;...
The site of the Mass Rock in Greencastle in the townland of Dorville. Bishop Donal McKeown will join pilgrims who will...
DON’T miss talented Tyrone musicians Arty McGlynn and Shane McAleer in concert at the Alley Theatre on Saturday, August 2.Read more ›
The Strule Arts Centre is proud to host a unique opportunity to spend some time in the presence of Ireland’s legendary broadcaster Gay Byrne, as he reminisces about his life and times in a live performance on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 8pm.Read more ›
Omagh singer/songwriter Sinead Coll will launch her debut single ‘Donegal’ with a gig on August 1 in the Sunflower Bar, Belfast.Read more ›
Part Time Pilots will be returning to the Next Door at Bogans this Saturday, July 26 to release their new album ‘Tally Ho Amigo’.Read more ›
From Falcarragh in Donegal to Frieburg in Germany; it has certainly been a busy summer of festivals for Fintona musician Lisa Murphy. The contemporary Irish folk/traditional singer is no stranger to life on the road having toured over 30 countries world-wide with a number of acclaimed Irish dance and music shows during the past decade.Read more ›