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Evening of Entertainment

Friday 24th May 2019

Famous Bluegrass Music

by Harpers Hollow

and Local Talent

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Tractor Run
Saturday 20th October 2018

A great day for everyone.  A big thanks to everyone who came and supported our fundraiser and to all those who helped.

To view the tractors leaving for the run on youtube click here

Pictures can be viewed on Facebook click here

Pictures and video kindly granted by Steve Donnelly


Evening of Praise
Sunday 17th February 2019​


Tullyallen and Mountnorris male voice choir provided a wonderful evening of song and praise.   Thank you for everyone who came to support our event.


Gospel Concert
Friday 9th March 2018

A great night of music featuring Andrew Cornett and friends.  There were 3 acts; a 'boy band' called Homeward Bounds (I'll explain this in in a minute), Colin Elliot a country gospel singer and the multi talented Qua family.   Despite having rival events on the same evening we had a great turnout with a filled hall.

Kingdom Bound opened the evening and turned out to be 3 young fathers who sang some old favourite hymns and some new in mainly acapella, but with a guitar for beat and minimal accompaniment.  It gave a fresh reminder of the hymns from childhood.

Next up was Colin Elliot who used a backing track from his band Live Issue and played live on guitar. One song he sang was about a rogue of a character called Jesse Taylor who turned to Jesus and was getting baptised in the song.  The words described him going under the water for the last time (much to the relief of the locals!) and coming up a new man for Jesus.

The final act was, well, wow!  A family consisting of mum, dad and 3 young girls. They sang an eclectic mix of modern songs with older hymns to new tunes. They had tin whistles, accordion, guitar, piano and violin. What amazed me was how the mum sang beautifully while playing the piano the whole time with her head nearly 180° to time her part in with the rest of the group. One old hymn she sang was Rock of Ages to a new tune and reintroduced the meaning of the words.

As a finale all the acts played together to round off the night.   There's a few clips below to let you see what you missed.

Please excuse the quality as the clips were on an ancient phone from the very back of the hall.

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Clips kindly granted permission from the artists.

PW Church Dinner
Friday 1st December 2017

A good County Tyrone feed with home grown entertainment after. 

Read about it in the Blog


Friday 17th November 2017

On a dark and chilly night there was a hint of the approaching Christmas season with the church and hall lit with rope lights.

The night began in the church with community singing and then the Dungannon Choral Society presented a Christmas themed programme.  There were group pieces, a smaller choral group, solos and fantastic trumpet pieces.   Ashley, our organist, was spotted in the back right looking mighty fine in his dickie bow.

There was a supper afterwards in the hall and a chance to chat, meet the singers and relax the vocal chords.

Video clip below was recorded on a phone from the rear of the church. 

Please forgive the shake and bumpy zoom - new phone.

Permission to include video clip kindly granted by Dungannon Choral Society

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Dungannon choral 2017
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