Coalisland Post dusts off its crystal ball and whips out the ouija board to reveal what lies in store for Craic theatre’s divisive December 6 psychic show, which has angered some Christians in the town.
A further four businesses in Coalisland have joined a bilingual signage scheme promoting the Irish language in the town.
He was the local lad who “made it” in the world of acting, having clinched a West End role in Dirty Dancing before moving on to musical giant Les Misérables in London’s Queen’s Theatre.
But now Fra Fee has gained what many aspiring actors can only dream of – an exciting movie role alongside Tinseltown’s biggest stars in a film which will make movie history.
Young people from CRAIC Youth Theatre filled the Oaks Centre in Dungannon to surprise shoppers with an energetic flash mob performance.
CRAIC Theatre regulars will take to the stage next week to perform The Lieutenant of Inishmore – a farcical look at political violence during The Troubles in Northern Ireland.
A new production directed by leading dramatist Martin Lynch and written by bestselling crime author Sam Millar is heading to CRAIC Theatre for one night only.
More than 150 young performers are preparing to take to the stage next week as CRAIC theatre unveils its latest family pantomime.
A touring play that prompted audience walkouts due to its scenes of male rape and bestiality has received a more favourable reaction in Coalisland.
A double bill of one-act plays looking at contemporary Northern Ireland from both sides of the generational divide is to be performed in CRAIC Theatre.