Borrisokane Players take on McPherson’s critically acclaimed production of ‘The Weir’ by Conor McPherson

. The Weir has seen both national and international success and won a number of awards including the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play. It has ran on Broadway, been performed in London and most recently in Dublin. Borrisokane Players are delighted to now stage their production of ‘The Weir’, directed by Tom Hayes […]

The Nonsense Room presents Shark in the Park at The Source Thurles

Timothy Pope goes to the park and looks through his telescope. Everything he sees he thinks it is a shark! Nick Sharratt is famous for his, clever, colourful and funny clever keyhole books for early years and now all three ‘Shark’ books have had a triumphant makeover for the stage. Sharratt’s concept in Shark in […]

ECHO ECHO DANCE THEATRE COMPANY present THE COVE at The Source Thurles

After several years focusing on establishing their own studio, performance venue, festival and participation programme in their home town of Derry, ECHO ECHO DANCE THEATRE COMPANY are delighted to have embarked on a national tour of their beautiful and unusual coastal production of THE COVE to venues all around Ireland. They are delighted to be […]

Tipperary’s Sound Out Theatre returns to The Source Arts Centre Thurles March 25th

Sound Out Theatre returns to The Source this spring with Neil Labute’s acclaimed drama, The Shape of Things.  Set in an American Midwest college, the play follows boy-next-door student Adam and his evolving relationship with the confident and beautiful Art Major Evelyn, while on the sidelines his best friend’s engagement begins to fall apart.  This drama exposes the […]

Jane Eyre: An Autobiography at Source Arts Centre, Thurles By Dyad Productions

From the creators of Dalloway, The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe, Female Gothic, I, Elizabeth, The Diaries of Adam and Eve, Christmas Gothic and Austen’s Women.   Struggling to think, live and love beyond the stifling expectations of duty, class and convention, governess Jane Eyre and Master Edward Rochester take a dark journey towards sensual […]

Borrisokane Players present ‘A Wake in the West’

Borrisokane Players are delighted to announce their 2017 production of Micheal Ginnelly’s ‘Wake in the West’ on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 13th/14th/15th January in the Clarke Memorial Hall, Borrisokane, with curtain at 8.30pm nightly. Set in a small fishing village in the West of Ireland during the 1970’s, this three-act comedy drama tells the story […]

Tipp Sisters join stunning tribute to Bowie, Prince & Leonard Cohen on Late Late Show

2016 saw the passing of some of the biggest names ever in music and now a group of Irish musicians have put together a stunning tribute song that is starting to go viral. ‘The legends tribute’ involving Tipperary sisters Michelle Mason on cello and Sandra Mason on violin who will join other well known musicians […]

Tipperary to benefit from Arts Council investment of €176k in 2017

The Arts Council, the government agency for leading the development of the arts in Ireland, today announced funding of €176,000 for the Tipperary arts in 2017. A total of three local centres and projects ere awarded funding.   Arts Council Director Orlaith McBride said: “In our investment approach, we have focused in particular on broadening the […]

Up the Hill Jackie a new play by Áine Ryan at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

Up the hill Jackie is a new play by Áine Ryan from Upperchurch, Co. Tipperary. The debut show is at The Source Arts Centre Thurles on Saturday 14th January 2017 at 8pm This is the third play by Áine Ryan. The plot revolves around two sisters who have lost their parents in a car accident and are […]

Sara Baume – Writers/Artists workshop at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

Sara’s debut novel ‘Spill Simmer, Falter, Wither’ was described by author Joe O’Connor as “a stunning and wonderful achievement by a writer touched by greatness. It is the most powerful debut novel I have read in several years”. Spill Simmer Falter Wither, which is narrated by a lonely 57-year-old man to his misfit of a […]

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