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'Established in 1921 and from small beginnings it has developed into the flourishing festival it is today.A Music week takes place in the first week of March each year followed by a Verse Speaking and Drama week. Well over a thousand young people from across the community participate annually, performing as individuals, groups and in the increasingly popular section for choirs. An experienced team of local volunteers is responsible for planning and organising the Festival which has become an important annual event in the Dungannon area.'

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'Established in 2004, we are the leading music school in Magherafelt and the Mid Ulster area. Our music lessons cater for all ages, tastes, and abilities ... If you love music and performing as much as we do, then get in touch for more information or to book us for your event!'

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'A cross-community choir that has its base in St. Swithin's Church, Magherafelt. The choir has members from numerous surrounding towns, especially Cookstown, but also from Draperstown, Dungiven and Coleraine. Sperrin Choir have been giving a number of concerts every year in different locations including the Burnavon in Cookstown, as well as concerts in Limerick, Sligo, Roscommon and Brittany (as part of the Town Twinning Scheme).'

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‘Set in the heart of the community, Craic Theatre and Arts Centre is a unique performing arts venue built on the site of an old weaving factory. Each year we provide opportunities and entertainment for people of the area, through our in-house company Craic Players; our extensive youth theatre programme for children and young people aged 4 – 18; community groups; as well as offering professional touring companies the opportunity to stage spectacular shows, concerts and workshops.‘

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‘Gateway to the ancient Hill of The O’Neill and the adjoining Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre featuring a free interactive history exhibition as well as hosting a diverse range of arts and cultural activities ... Step inside the old Belfast Bank in Dungannon, now transformed into Ranfurly Arts and Visitor Centre, and you stand not just in a beautifully renovated Victorian centrepiece at the heart of the town, but also at the threshold of one of the most ancient sites in Ulster – The Hill of The O’Neill.‘

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