Need ideas for Christmas presents? The Source Arts Centre has it all wrapped up

Give the gift of great nights out over Christmas and into the New Year. The Source Arts Centre has a fantastic line up in store over the coming weeks and months ahead. Have a look and check out what’s in store…


Need ideas for Christmas presents? The Source Arts Centre has it all wrapped up

Derek Ryan at The Source Thurles

You Don’t Bring Me Flowers  Thursday 17 December 8pm

Mrs. Brown’s Boys eat your heart out! Join Ireland’s leading funny woman Katherine Lynch in this hilarious new play. The exceptional cast also features Seamus Moran (Fair City), Helen Norton (Fair City), Karen Ardiff (Brooklyn), Emma Barry (Fifty One Shades of Maggie) and Karl Bowe (Mr Ireland).


Ballet Ireland presents Coppelia Saturday 19 December  7pm

Comic chaos unfolds in this witty ballet of magic, mayhem & mistaken identity! With its nod to the movie glamour of yesteryear, its captivating dance and the charming music of Léo Delibes and Tom Lane, Coppélia will enchant and enthrall audiences of all ages.


Need ideas for Christmas presents? The Source Arts Centre has it all wrapped up

David O’Doherty at The Source Thurles

Aladdin – The Source Arts Centre Community Pantomime  Tuesday 29 to Thursday 31 December 7pm ( matinee shows 2pm on Wed & Thur)

A mystical genie, a flying carpet and an old lamp, a beautiful princess, irresistible baddies and an exotic trip to the Far East… it could only be the one and only much loved pantomime starring your neighbours!


Derek Ryan in Concert         Thursday 14 January  8pm

His rise to stardom on the country scene has been phenomenal and there are few country stars who can claim to have made such an impact in the last few years.


David O’Doherty         Friday 22 January   8pm

David OʼDoherty, the Lidl Enya, the broken Bublé, is delighted to present a new hour of talking and songs played on a stupid keyboard from 1986. Ireland’s funniest comedian is back in town.


Menopause the Musical     Saturday 13 February   5pm & 8pm

The musical has been credited with bringing the topics of ageing and menopause to the forefront and Jeanie views it as a great way for women to connect all over the world. But first and foremost it is a celebration of memory loss and music, hot flushes and low tolerance levels, humour and hormones.

Pearl Jem : ‘Ten’ – 25th Anniversary Tour      Friday 04 March  8pm

As a means of celebrating the 25th anniversary of ‘Ten’ Pearl Jem will be presenting a performance of the great album in its entirety from start to finish across a series of concerts throughout Ireland and beyond over the coming months. The Source is one of those lucky venues this spring.



Still stuck for inspiration? The Source Gift Voucher is an ideal present to give for a great night out. Your loved ones can choose their own show when it suits them. It takes the pressure off and is sure to score you brownie points! Vouchers can be tailored to suit your budget and are valid for a whole year from date of purchase. They are now available to buy online or over the phone, be sure to inform the Box Office if you need them delivered before 25th December.


For all bookings and enquiries ring Box Office on 0504 90204 or go to


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