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 […]

Cloughjordan Circus Club Presents ‘Who Stole The Clowns’

Everything is ready, the curtain is about to be raised but … who has stolen the Clowns? Without them all the laughter, fun and sparkle is gone! Join this brave Circus Troupe as they use all their skills to get the clowns and the fun back. Be amazed as 30+ members of the Cloughjordan Circus […]

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 […]

The Source Arts Centre Will Be Hosting Aerial Dance “Hang On”

Hang On brings the suited denizens of the business world into the sumo wrestler’s circle of combat. This is an aerial dance at its finest. Hang On mixes an aerial dance trapeze duet with a love musical performance in a thrilling struggle between the sexes. Will everything be lost in the battle or can love […]

Strange Feathers – A Magical Aerial Dance Show For Children At The Source

Strange Feathers is an aerial dance show aimed at the youngest audiences. Two little birds learn to fly with the help of their surroundings in nature. Feathers drop from the sky to the beautiful sounds of soft music. With two aerial dancers and a musician on stage Strange Feathers mixes contemporary dance, aerial dance and […]

Music Network Presents An All-Violin Quartet At Birr Theatre & Arts Centre

“A deliciously ardent violin solo from leader Mia Cooper” The Irish Times “The performance of Mendelssohn’s youthful Octet, led by Katherine Hunka, buzzed with energy. The audience loved it” The Irish Times “Utterly gripping… dazzling” Musical Opinion (on Woods) “Astoria’s Escualo acts as a safety net beneath the trapeze artistry of Ioana Petcu-Colan’s violin” The Irish Times Music Network […]

Nenagh Arts Centre presents Room

ROOM tells the extraordinary story of Jack, a spirited 5-year-old who is looked after by his loving and devoted mother. Like any good mother, Ma dedicates herself to keeping Jack happy and safe, nurturing him with warmth and love and doing typical things like playing games and telling stories. Their life, however, is anything but […]

Sean Keane at the Nenagh Arts Centre

Seán Keane 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 voice. Growing up in a family of singers and musicians, Seán learned the sean-nós style of singing from his mother and his […]

The Good Lie At The Nenagh Arts Centre

Four Sudanese children are orphaned after their village is massacred in the Second Sudanese Civil War. Consequently, they make an arduous and dangerous trek through the plains, enduring hardship, death and sacrifice all the way until they reach safety in a refugee camp in Kenya. Years later, these youths are among 3600 selected for resettlement […]

Like A Ticket To Ride? Asks Irish Ferries

In partnership with Staffordshire’s Alton Towers Resort, Irish Ferries has announced a family-friendly deal to mark the reopening of Britain’s top theme park for the 2017 season on March 25th next. The offer, valid for travel until May 20th, sees two adults and two children under 10 enjoy a three-night stay with breakfast at the nearby Holiday Inn Express for […]

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