Upcoming Events and Summer Entertainment at Nenagh Arts Centre

The Miller’s Story – Sunday 3rd June, 8pm, Tickets €12.50 / €10.00 * “The Miller’s Story” An audience engaging, fun filled romp of Medieval naughtiness in an adaptation of Chaucer’s “Millers Tale from Canterbury Tales” A lonely and ageing Miller leaves his home in Manchester and Journeys to Canterbury, stopping off in London Town along […]

Over €413,000 Invested in Tipperary Arts by the Arts Council for 2018

People in Tipperary will experience the arts in new and exciting ways in 2018, the Arts Council has said. Outlining its plan to invest €68.4 million nationwide over the course of the year, the agency for developing the arts said the focus of this year’s investment would be on creating opportunities for the public to […]

The Music and Memories of Patsy Cline – A night of memorable music with Sandy Kelly at The Source Thurles

Sandy Kelly as Patsy Cline  After a 40 date sell out theatre tour of the UK ,“Patsy Cline 50th Anniversary Tour” is a wonderful nostalgic show bringing the audience on a trip down memory lane to hear the music and a little insight into the life of one of the greatest female singers that ever […]

Attention Playwrights! SCRIPTS: Ireland’s Playwriting Festival seeks new works

Calling the writers, poets, dreamers, and schemers. Scripts is seeking new plays to inspire, inject, invent, invoke, and incite. The theme this year is DREAMS. From the large dreams for the future to the micro dreams of the day to day; dreams keep us looking to the future, delving into the unconscious, and questioning what’s […]

Ag glaoch ar Dhamhsóirí, ar Cheoltóirí agus ar Chóracha na hÉireann le páirt a ghlacadh i gComórtais Idirnáisiúnta Pan Cheilteach 2018

  Tá Coiste Pan Cheilteach na hÉireann sa tóir ar ealaíontóirí traidisiúnta chun an fód a sheasamh d’Éirinn ag an bhFéile Idirnáisiúnta Pan Cheilteach 2018.Reachtálfar comórtais fidle, cruite, ceol beirte, córacha agus damhsa idir na tíortha Ceilteacha le linn na féile, a bheidh ar siúl i Leitir Ceanainn, Co. Dhún na nGall ón 3-8 Aibreán […]

The Time Machine by Dyad Productions at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

    From the creators of Jane Eyre: An Autobiography, Dalloway, The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe, Christmas Gothic, I, Elizabeth, Female Gothic and Austen’s Women. Dyad Productions presents The Time Machine The Source Arts Centre, Thurles Saturday 03 February @ 8pm Many will be familiar with the big budget movies inspired by the works of HG Wells […]

Sean Keane, One Man Shoe, Bosco’s Garden and The Fureys at Nenagh Arts Centre

Sean Keane – Saturday 27th January 2018, 8pm, Tickets €25.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee) Due to popular demand Sean Keane returns to Nenagh Arts Centre. Sean described as the ‘greatest musical find of the 90’s’ by ‘The London Independent’. Traditional Irish, folk and even country and blues songs all lend themselves to his unique style and unforgettable […]

Gúna Nua presents The Morning After The life Before at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

A groggy Sunday morning, May 24th 2015 and 62% of Ireland is #hungoverforequality, Ann gets a text from her brother which brings the image of a new Ireland into sharp focus. “How’s the morning after the life before?” Fresh from a highly successful Canadian tour, Gúna Nua presents the internationally acclaimed and multi award winning, […]

Indie Filmmaker Fulfils Lifelong Dream – ‘Penitent’ new film from Brian Stynes

  How many of us wish our hobby could also be our full-time job? It’s the dream, isn’t it? And the world is filled with dreamers like this, all aspiring to leave a mark, no matter how small, somewhere along their way in life. Dreamers and artists struggle to keep that ambition alive in the […]

Writers Café – The Full Time Writer with Mia Gallagher at The Source Thurles

  The Full Time Writer with Mia Gallagher 11am, Saturday 11 November, Source Arts Centre, Thurles   Words Ireland is delighted to partner with the Source Arts Centre to bring you one of their regional Writers Café on The Full-time Writer with Mia Gallagher.   Few writers live from book sales alone. Working as a full-time writer […]

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