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Fiddler On The Roof (2015)
Fiddler On The Roof (2015) Thu 03/09/15 to Sun 06/09/15

By The Golden Apples Players (Hazel Wand Theatre School Graduates) in association with Josef Weinberger.

Tevye, the local milkman in his village of Anatevka, has always stuck by his traditions but suddenly his head strong daughters decide that they want to marry for love rather than accept whatever Yente the Matchmaker comes up with.

 
Black Moon at Strule
Black Moon at Strule Wed 09/09/15
Black Moon is a monthly club for and run by adults with learning disbailities in Omagh and Belfast - giving people the change to have the craic, meet new people, learn new skills and dance 'til the cows come home!
 
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Weekend, Two Day and Friday Evening
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Weekend, Two Day and Friday Evening Fri 11/09/15
This is the 14th Annual Benedict Kiely Literary Weekend and once again promises to bring you a top class range of speakers over the 3 days reflecting on the work of Benedict Kiely.  The Friday evening commences with the Official Launch of the Weekend and the specially commissioned exhibition by Susan Mannion.  Also on the Friday evening will be the first event of the weekend, a Panel Discussion with Dervla Murphy and Mohammed Samaana entitled "Palestine and The One State Solution".  The discussion will be Chaired by Yaser Alashqar.
 
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Martina Devlin
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Martina Devlin Sat 12/09/15
This is the 14th Annual Benedict Kiely Weekend - Omagh's Literary Festival celebrating the literary heritage of Tyrone with a particular focus on Benedict Kiely. Martina Devlin, born in Omagh, is a bestselling author and award winning journalist.  To date she has eight books published including her number one bestseller "Banksters", a co-written account of the Irish Banking collapse with RTE's David Murphy.  Her latest book, "The House Where it Happened", is a fascinating novel inspired by a true story about the last conviction for witchcraft in Ireland.
 
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Colette Bryce
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Colette Bryce Sat 12/09/15
This is the 14th Annual Benedict Kiely Weekend - Omagh's Literary Festival celebrating the literary heritage of Tyrone with a particular focus on Benedict Kiely.  Colette Bryce was born in 1970 and is an award winning poet who has published four poetry collections with Picador, including "The Full Indian Rope Trick", (2004) and "Self Portrait In The Dark" (2008).  Her new collection, "The Whole and Rain-domed Universe", which draws on her experience of growing up in L'Derry during the troubles, was shortlisted for the Forward and Costa Poetry Awards in 2014.
 
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Conor McCloskey
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Conor McCloskey Sat 12/09/15
This is the 14th Annual Benedict Kiely Weekend - Omagh's Literary Festival celebrating the literary heritage of Tyrone with a particular focus on Benedict Kiely. Conor McCloskey is a highly regarded English Literature Teacher who has contributed to the Benedict Kiely Weekend on a number of occasions.  This year he will be discussing Kiely's 1977 novella "Proxopera".
 
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Mark Graham
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Mark Graham Sun 13/09/15
This is the 14th Annual Benedict Kiely Weekend - Omagh's Literary Festival celebrating the literary heritage of Tyrone with a particular focus on Benedict Kiely. Mark Graham discovered his love for festivals while hanging around various ne'er-do-wells, attending festivals and playing music at many of them, a habit he hasn't managed to kick just yet.  As well as publishing the tale of his quest to attend three festivals in Ireland every week for a year, he has written a weekly festival column in The Irish Times and has been a regular contributor to the John Murray Show on RTE Radio 1.
 
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Michael Harding
Benedict Kiely Festival (2015) - Michael Harding Sun 13/09/15
This is the 14th Annual Benedict Kiely Weekend - Omagh's Literary Festival celebrating the literary heritage of Tyrone with a particular focus on Benedict Kiely. Michael Harding was born in Cavan in 1953 and is a short-story writer, novelist and playwright.  He has published three novels: "Priest" (1986), "The Trouble With Sarah Gullion" (1988) and "Bird In The Snow" (2008).
 
Two Sore Legs (2015)
Two Sore Legs (2015) Wed 16/09/15
Set in Belfast in the 1950's and 60's "Two Sore Legs" is a powerful, autobiographical play by Brenda Murphy.  Brenda's mother Bridie, a young Butlin's Redcoat, had 6 children by a married man who lived around the corner with his other family.  The play explores the pain, the joy and the fall-out from this extraordinary family arrangement.
 
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