Omagh Academy’s Blood Brothers came to a close on Tuesday night at the Strule Arts Centre with rave reviews from audiences of all age groups.
Entertainment / Lifestyle
Pupils at Omagh County PS, Sophie Purdy, Zak England, Jake McFarland and Ellie Hawkes with the DVD’s and website...
The St Enda’s team is looking forward to their performance of Jack and the Beanstalk next week. Oh no it’s not!...
The Whistlin Donkeys will perform their first solo theatre performance on December 27 in the Strule Arts Centre. If...
A bit of glitz and glamour was brought to Omagh Rugby Club on Saturday night when the ‘Acciettes’ ladies team hosted a fund-raising fashion show.Read more ›
The stage and audience at ‘Carmen can Céilí’ enjoyed three nights of unbridled entertainment over the weekend. It was the hottest ticket in town with crowds flocking to the three night dance extravaganza in Carrickmore’s Patrician Hall.Read more ›
Drumragh Integrated College are putting on a production entitled ‘William’s War’ to mark 100 years since the outbreak of World War One.Read more ›
Christmas is fast approaching and with that comes the start of a brand new year. However Claire’s Hair Studio have got the perfect stocking filler, having launched a charity calendar featuring local people in aid of Horizon West Children’s Hospice.Read more ›
Omagh Academy is keeping it in the family when they perform Blood Brothers at the Strule Arts centre, on November 24 and 25.Read more ›