A PLAQUE instigated by the late Gortin historian Garry Pentland to commemorate the 12 WWII crewmen who perished on a mountain in Donegal, was unveiled recently.
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One of the unique new t-shirt designs from Niall McGeehan. A STRABANE man is in the process of “teeing” up a unique...
Drama officials pictured with members of the Ballyshannon Drama Group who won the Audience Award for their production...
POPULAR trad band Réalta featuring guest musician Dermot Moynagh and support from Eimhéar and Emmet Mulholland will...
LOCAL singer Chloe Wilders heads in to the live stage of this year’s Voice of Ireland with the whole of Strabane and the north west behind her.Read more ›
THERE are charity fundraisers and there are charity fundraisers.Read more ›
As part of the ‘Let the Dance Begin’ celebrations an exciting Flash Mob Dance took place all over Strabane on Valentine’s Day with school children, dancers and business from around the town taking part and celebrating Strabane in all its glory.Read more ›
The recently formed Strabane Chamber Choir will be back in fine voice later this month for an evening of ‘Sacred Song’.Read more ›
CELIA Ferguson will be guest speaker at the next meeting of Strabane History Society this Thursday, March 26.Read more ›
Friday 13 may be a peculiar day to open any kind of festival, particularly a drama festival. However any such superstitions were quickly tossed aside as the 29th Strabane Drama Festival opened at the Alley Theatre last Friday with a fine production of Shelagh Stephenson’s ‘The Memory of Water’ by Claregalway’s Compántas Lír.Read more ›