There is a packed and varied programme at the Burnavon, Cookstown this autumn, when fans of all types of arts should find something to satisfy their appetites.
On Thursday 26th September, we’re delighted to have Martin Lynch’s new dramatic play, Meeting at Menin Gate, on stage. Tickets are £14 (£12 concession).
Music takes centre stage this autumn with performances from the wonderful Brian Kenndey, Malachi Cush, Justin McGurk (with Shauna McStravock), Chris Kavanagh (The Legend of Luke Kelly, Jacqui Sharkey (with Jim McKee), Four Men and A Dog, Tunes 4 Change, The Sperrin Choir, and Bluegrass comes to town.
For their fabulous new production Ballet Ireland presents a sizzling production of Carmen. With dramatic, colourful and exotic costumes, it is ballet like no other.
Classical music makes a welcome return to the Burnavon as the Ulster Orchestra
present Moments of Mendelssohn conducted by Tamas Kocsis on Wednesday 20th November. Tickets are £15. Don’t miss this rare chance to see our regional orchestra on your doorstep.
Come see Conal Gallen as you’ve never seen him before in his brand new
comedy farce ‘A Bit on the side’. With stand–up comedy from William Caulfield, Jake O’Kane, Colin Murphy and Tim McGarry, in addition to the Burnavon Comedy Club, along with music and concerts to entertain you, and of course, the eagerly awaited annual Stewartstown panto, which this year is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, there’s sure to be something to brighten up the dark autumn months at the Burnavon.
Tickets for the season go on sale Monday 29th July and can be purchased from the Burnavon Box Office in person, by telephoning 028 8676 9949 or click here to book online.
Download a copy of our new season programme for Autumn 2013