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Theatre & Arts

The Craic Theatre & Arts Centre

The CRAIC Arts Centre in Coalisland is a fully dedicated community arts facility showcasing regular theatre performances. The aim of the centre is to provide the opportunity for people from all backgrounds to access the arts in as broad a range as possible. Craic promotes drama, dance, music, training, outreach, crafts and skills etc. Promoting professional drama with companies from all over Ireland and further afield. 

Burnavon Arts & Cultural Centre

As one of the top regional theatres in Northern Ireland, the Burnavon in Cookstown offers a wide range of arts and entertainment including concerts, drama, comedy, dance, children’s theatre, community and visual arts. Experience the passion and excitement of a live theatre performance from some of the biggest names in the local, national and international arts and music scene in an intimate friendly venue. 


Strule Arts Centre

Strule Arts Centre is situated in the heart of Omagh. Strule houses, nurtures and presents a hive of vibrant artistic flair, offering creative outlets and opportunities for local, national and international talent. The state-of-the-art building is a nucleus for music, theatre, comedy and dance performances, talks, workshops, education events, films and exhibitions. 


Suitor Gallery

Situated at the bottom of a small orchard beside the Old Ballygawley Roundabout, Suitor Gallery offers visitors family hospitality, fabulous shopping and good food. Their range of products includes Irish pottery from some of the leading potters, Nick Moss, Eden, Brixton, to name but a few. They have a wide range of other products, including Irish Knit designer sweaters for ladies and gents and lots of designer Jewellery. Here you can see the complete range of Troll beads, children's books and what they believe is the widest range of traditional wooden toys in Ireland. The tea room is a lovely spot to enjoy their delicious home made food.


Island Turf Craft, Gift Shop & Visitor Centre

Step back in time in the bog museum with a treasure house of exhibits which reveal the history of Ireland before and after the Ice Age and creative bog art for groups and individuals, create your own work of art using 5,000 year old turf which is then framed so you can take home your own piece of Ireland. Whilst waiting for your artwork to be framed you will be shown a visual presentation on turf cutting and you will receive your framed work of art on leaving.