An exciting new outdoor theatre programme supported by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council will take place in June and July at a range of new and unusual settings in towns and villages across the district.

This is the first time such a large scale programme of outdoor theatre has been planned for the district and it means that the whole family can pack up a picnic, go to an outdoor venue near them and enjoy a fun open air show.

The productions which will be undertaken by Heartbreak Theatre Company and Chapterhouse Theatre Company feature a mix of classic and modern authors featuring works by Jane Austen, William Shakespeare and David Walliams, an eclectic mix which have a broad appeal for a range of ages. From literary masterpieces such as Pride and Prejudice to the Shakespearean classic, Twelfth Night with a bit of a modern day twist, what’s not to enjoy.



The productions will take place at football pitches at Fermanagh Lakeland Forum, Bawnacre Centre, Irvinestown, Castle Park Centre Lisnaskea and Omagh Leisure Complex and Drumquin as well as against the stunning backdrop of Enniskillen Castle.

Book your place now for the whole family and friends for a theatre experience like no other.

Bookings for shows at all locations can be made by visiting the Council website at

Please note that all performances will go ahead regardless of the weather. Please bring your own low-back chair, rug, picnic and dress appropriately for the day. Seating areas are on a first-come, first-served basis.