A new season of workshops starts off in September 2012, so why not check out what’s on offer to see if there is something just right for you. While most are sold out there are still some classes available for booking.
A new exhibition by local group Superstars, Cookstown is now on show at the Burnavon. Never felt this way before is the result of a felt making project supported by Cookstown District Councils Arts and Cultural Development Small Grants Programme.
We are holding our first ever Festive Food Fair on Saturday 7th December (10am to 5pm)* totally dedicated to yummy treats, artisan produce and the very best of local and regional food and drink producers.
The Winter Craft Fair celebrates its 7th year, with a better than ever selection of quality crafts and foods, featuring many well–known familiar producers alongside a selection of exciting newcomers. Running over the weekend you will have all the op
The Scottish Ceilidh is back at the Burnavon for its 7th year on Friday 31st January starting at 8pm. The ceilidh has become a popular annual event which is organised to celebrate Burns night. It features dance, music, recitals and yarns aplenty!
A very special performance of I’ll Tell My Ma , to mark Mother’s Day will take place outside the Burnavon between 1.30 and 2pm on Saturday 29th March, when all the children involved in the Traditional Music in Schools project come together.
This July sees the return of the annual July Celebrations concert. Top comedian William Caulfield introduces an evening of the best in Ulster Scots entertainment featuring Camhanach led by acclaimed piper Andy McGregor.
A major exhibition of contemporary craft is taking place at the Burnavon Theatre in Cookstown as part of August Craft Month.
The Artisan Exhibition from August 4–29 features the work of some of Northern Ireland’s most talented makers in je
In the year that we acknowledge the 100th year anniversary of the start of the First World War, the Burnavon, Cookstown are delighted to have on loan this November an exhibition from the Somme Heritage Centre, detailing the story of the 36th (Ulster) Divi
Starting to shop for Christmas must already be on just about everyone’s ‘to do’ list! With this in mind and to make the task of Christmas shopping so much easier for you, the Winter Craft and Food Fair is here to help!
The Scottish Ceilidh is back at the Burnavon for its 8th year on Friday 30th January 2015 starting at 8pm. The ceilidh has become a popular annual event which is organised to celebrate Burns night and it is a rare opportunity to attend a truly participati
This year’s St Patrick’s Day Celebrations Concert at the Burnavon, Cookstown on Wednesday 16th March at 8pm promises to be a great night out with a fantastic programme introduced by guest compere, Malachi Cush.
Taking place on Saturday 19th November from 10am to 5pm and on Sunday 20th November from 1pm to 5pm, the fair is already shaping up to showcase a better than ever array of original handcrafted products and fine foods.
The Burnavon’s eagerly anticipated Winter Craft and Food Fair is back this year on the slightly later dates of Saturday 25th November (10am – 5pm) and Sunday 26th November (1pm – 5pm), with free admission.
An exciting new exhibition featuring the painted meadows of Tyrone and Donegal is to take place in the Burnavon, Cookstown this January, as Tyrone born Janet Graham returns to show her work this January.
We are now taking bookings for next season’s workshops! With Creative Arts Workshops, Minecraft, Felt Making, Introduction to cake Decorating and much more, there is something for everyone this spring in the Burnavon.