AFTER a sell-out show earlier this year, Claire Ziritt is back at the Alley Theatre by popular demand.
Entertainment / Lifestyle
Frankie McMenamin with postcards of Ruth G Wilson and a unknown couple. DR21 Do you remember or have ever heard of a...
Freaks on stage at the Alley. It’s only when you spend a bit of time in the Alley Theatre that you realise – really...
Launching Culture Night 2014 were Grace Forbes of Caffé Fresco, Emma Devine of the Alley Theatre, Dermot Hutton of...
JACK and Emily have been revealed as the most popular name choices for new-borns in Strabane during 2013.Read more ›
A STRABANE lad was the only representative from Tyrone to play a part in Sunday’s All-Ireland hurling finale in Croke Park.Read more ›
MEMBERS of Strabane Library Knit and Natter Group were getting crafty for this year’s Age NI Big Knit campaign by creating little woolly hats for charity.Read more ›
FAST talking George Cunningham’s interview with reporter Charlie Witherspoon remains one of television’s most beloved clips. Strabane’s vocabularic expertise was back in the headlines yesterday, albeit for much less endearing reasons. According to a survey of the bad language found on Twitter, Strabane residents are the fifth most likely to swear – of anywhere in England, Scotland, Wales or the North. Scientists at the University College London investigated patterns of profanity by monitoring tweets sent from smartphones with geo-location switched on, from the week beginning August 28. First on the podium of swearing shame was Redcar following by the Scottish […]Read more ›
THE experiences of people living along the border areas in the Strabane district, has been immortalised in film.Read more ›
AN ‘It’s a Knock Out’ competition will take place at Strabane Sigersons this Friday night. Organised by the Foyle Hospice as a fund-raiser, the event will feature a number of teams going head to head across some wacky obstacle courses, just like the TV programme from yesteryear. Beginning at 6.30pm on Friday evening, the occasion will also be face-painting and bouncy castles for the kids, as well as a barbecue and live music. Entry to the event is free.Read more ›