We’re looking forward to 2013 as we launch our new spring season programme. Packed with great performances, exhibitions and arts workshops at Mid–Ulster’s premiere theatre venue, there’s sure to be something to suit everyone.
As we enter into the time of year for new buds and blossoms, April is also the opportunity to grow your musical repertoire at the Burnavon, Cookstown with a month packed full of top quality music events. Jump in…
Most likely if you lived in Cookstown or its surrounds you knew someone – a mother, a grandmother, a daughter, an aunt, a best friend – who worked in either the Daintifyt or Fisher’s Hat Factory, and to this day, many people know someone
Cookstown District Council will be screening the new film “Tapestry of Colours” Tuesday 21st May 2013 to celebrate Community Relations Week. This FREE event, funded by the Peace III programme Programme, is open to everyone, including schools,
A haunting new photography exhibition, ‘Within these walls’, that investigates the site of the former Maze prison and was captured by Co. Tyrone photographer Cathy Dempster, is due to be displayed this October.
The Burnavon Arts and Cultural Centre in Cookstown are throwing a party to celebrate Easter and everyone is invited on Saturday 12th April (from 11am – 3pm). There will be free fun–filled activities for all the family with entertainment inside
Yet another brand new event for Cookstown will take place at the Burnavon Arts & Cultural Centre on Saturday 17th May, when a celebration of World Culture Day between 11am and 3pm will bring Burn Road to life in an explosion of colour, music and rhyth
The Burnavon Arts and Cultural Centre is the first arts centre in Northern Ireland to be awarded the “What About Me?” Welcome Award by Positive Futures, in recognition of the outstanding service that the Burnavon provides.