Nathan Carter returns to Craigavon Civic & Conference Centre

Nathan Carter is back!  On Wednesday 7th December Nathan Carter will be in Craigavon Civic Centre with his ‘Christmas Stuff Tour’ with special guest Niamh Mc Glinchey.

Tickets are £25.00 each and are available NOW from:

Craigavon Civic Centre reception 02838312400;

Winnie’s Newsagents, Portadown;

Skelton Travel, Lurgan or

Direct from Sean Wallace 07779115404.

Doors open at 7pm and show starts at 8pm.  A bar facility is available.  Come along and enjoy the show!

Free ‘Challenging Your Condition’ course by Arthritis Care

Arthritis care are holding a ‘Challenging Your Condition’ course in Craigavon Civic Centre Monday 26th September, running for 6 weeks every Monday from 10.30am.  This is for anyone living with a long term condition eg Arthritis, MS, Epilespy, Parkinson’s etc and will teach skills and techniques to manage the condition better.

For further details contact Yvonne, Arthritis Care on 02890782940.

Council launches ‘power breakfast’ event for businesses

Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council have assembled a line up of energy experts and advisors for an event aimed at businesses and organisations seeking practical advice and assistance to better manage their energy needs and cut costs.  The first Energy Awareness Breakfast, in collaboration with Manufacturing NI, will take place in Craigavon Civic & Conference Centre on Thursday 15th September at 8am.  Businesses across the borough are invited to attend.  The 2 hour event will be practical and advice-driven and led by Jamie Delargy, energy expert and former UTV presenter.  Key representatives from the Utility Regulator and Invest NI will be among the high profile list of experts available to answer any questions.

For more information or to book a place at the event, please contact the Economic Development Team on 02840660609,  email or log on to

Happy 50th Birthday Janet Groom

Staff at Craigavon Civic & Conference Centre would like to wish Janet Groom a happy 50th birthday.  Janet enjoyed a birthday meal with family and friends at the Conference Centre on 13th August 2016.  A great time was had by all.

‘Journey’ Fundraiser – Friday 12th August

Next Friday, 12th August, the W J Mayes Hall will be the venue for ‘Journey’ – a showcase of music, dance and song featuring amazing local dance and drama schools and teachers.  This fundraiser is in aid of Sean Roberts Drama College Fund.  Doors open @ 7pm, show starts at 7.30pm.  Entry is £7 and can be paid at the door.  Suitable for all ages.  Bar facility is also available.  Come along and support this worthy cause with a greats night’s entertainment.

An Evening with the Irish Guards at Craigavon Civic Centre

Come along to Craigavon Civic & Conference Centre on Monday 27th June @ 8pm for an evening with the Irish Guards presented by ABF The Soliders Charity.

Tickets £12 each (Concessions for OAPs and Children U12 – £10 each).

Tickets are on sale at Craigavon Civic & Conference Centre 02838 312400 or call 02837 529633

Secret Street Dance Crew returns again this September to Craigavon Civic & Conference Centre.

After the success of Secret Street Dance Crew 2015 they are on the search to find 8 new crews to battle it out to win £2000 for the charity of your own choice.  You can enter a crew of 10-16 people, or on your own and they can add you into a crea.  This is for NON-DANCERS.

Rehearsals begin in July and shows will be in Craigavon Civic & Conference Centre on Saturday 24th September 2016.

This truly is an experience of a lifetime, are you up for the fun and the challenge?  Don’t worry Linda and Tammy will train your crew for 10-12 weeks so you have plenty of time to get performance ready.

If interested contact Tammy Sharpe on 07849248585 or on facebook – Tammy Louise Sharpe.

The Food Heartland Awards 2016 in association with NFU Mutual will take place at Craigavon Civic & Conference Centre on Wednesday 25th May 2016

The Food Heartland Awards give local businesses and individuals in the agri-food sector a platform to recognise their hard work, passion and commitment to business excellence. The agri-food sector is thriving and diverse. From specialist artisan producers to household brands and global names… from Great Taste and Irish Food Award winners to outstanding restaurants and eateries. The Borough is also home to an abundance of high quality food & drink as well as world renowned products with protected status – Armagh Bramley Apples and Lough Neagh Eels. The awards night will shine a light on our passionate producers and quality creators.  For more information please visit 

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