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Access: for groups with specific mobility and/or sensory needs who wish to attend the exhibition, please contact Box Office and we would be pleased to arrange a viewing for any of the exhibitions.

 

Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) NI 

A Sense of the Past

RNIB Exhibition April 2015

DATE: Wed 1st April – Thurs 30th April

ADMISSION: Free

RNIB NI’s Heritage Lottery Funded ‘Museums in Focus’ project brings ‘A Sense of the Past’ exhibition and accompanying book to Mid–Ulster on its nation–wide tour.

‘A Sense of the Past’ explores the social history of blindness in Northern Ireland from the 1800’s through war time to the present day. Discover local blind and partially sighted people’s experiences of education, employment, conflict, home life, sport, leisure and healthcare.

A special feature of this exhibition is the opportunity to use the ‘Penfriend’ device which can narrate any written information for those who struggle to read regular print.

 

Collective Exhibition at the Burnavon

Long Term Exhibition

Ground Floor Gallery ADMISSION FREE

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EXHIBITION IS NOT CURRENTLY ON DISPLAY DUE TO ANOTHER TEMPORARY EXHIBITION BEING DISPLAYED AT THIS TIME.

Collective has been created to provide local professional artists with an exhibition platform to present their work to the public on an ongoing basis. We believe that the diverse artistic talent within our district should be celebrated and this exhibition, in the first instance brings together the work of eight of our most successful artists. Many are well known, others up and coming.

Both individually and collectively there is much to be proud of. We hope you enjoy this collaborative showcase.  All pieces are available for sale.

 

 

 

 

What's On

  1. Ritchie Remo

    Ritchie Remo and Friends in Concert Ritchie Remo is highly regarded on the live music scene, and with four studio albums and a string of awards, this young versatile entertainer is a must see act for all music lovers.

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  2. More Power to Your Elbow

    More Power to Your Elbow More Power To your Elbow are an eight piece international Celtic rock band from the Mid–Ulster area. This is a must for those lovers of trad music with a huge rock element – a must see.

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  3. St Patrick’s Day Celebration Concert

    St Patrick’s Day Celebration Concert Cuig, Coiriu, The Flyin’ Fiddle and local dance schools all join together in a great night out to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

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  4. Assist Romania Gospel Praise Evening

    An Evening of Gospel Praise This is an opportunity to support the work carried out by Assist Romania to help bring hope and joy among the poor in Romania. The money donated during the concert will help with a number of projects.

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  5. Come On On In

    Come On On In This will be an entertaining night of drama, Irish music and dance featuring local artists of all ages, so ‘come on on in’ and enjoy the craic!

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  6. Derek Ryan

    Derek Ryan Back by popular demand and riding high in the Irish Country music scene, it’s Derek Ryan.

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  7. Derek Ryan

    Derek Ryan Back by popular demand and riding high in the Irish Country music scene, it’s Derek Ryan.

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  8. Dungannon Choral Society

    Celebrating 80 years of Making Music Dungannon Choral Society, in celebration of its eightieth anniversary, is coming to Cookstown to share its harmonious voices in song.

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  9. Philomena Begley & Ray Laynam

    Philomena Begley and Ray Lynam Known as the Queen of Irish Country music, Philomena Begley has made a firm imprint on the Irish, UK and European markets. Begley has regularly toured with Ray Lynam since 1975.

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  10. Johnny Cash and June Carter Tribute Show

    J P Mac: The Johnny Cash and June Carter Tribute Show Hailed as the greatest Johnny Cash and June Carter Tribute in the UK and Ireland, the show features JP Mac, whose baritone voice, delivery and stage mannerisms are uncannily like Cash.

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