Tipperary, Nenagh, Nenagh Arts Centre, The Salesman

Forced to leave their collapsing house, Ranaa and Emad, an Iranian couple who happen to be performers rehearsing for Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” rent a new apartment from one of their fellow performers. Unaware of the fact that the previous tenant had been a woman of ill repute having many clients, they settle […]

The Source Arts Centre Hosts Tipperary Dance Platform Festival – Swing Dance Night

Dancing is alive and kicking in Tipperary as we present our second Swing night! Performing on the night are renowned Cork-based quartet The Darktown Strutters, whose soulful sense of ‘swingcopation’ brings us right back to the 1930s and 1940s, with ‘good time’ swing classics and toe-tapping jazz, even touching the beginnings of boogie and bebop. […]

The Source Arts Centre Hosts Tipperary Dance Platform Festival – Precious

Throughout human history precious metals like gold, silver and platinum have inspired, bewitched, hypnotised and for centuries alchemists have striven to transform base metals into gold.   John Scott is one of Ireland’s most radical, imaginative and internationally acclaimed choreographers, he celebrates 25 years of his company with a compelling new work Precious Metal. Featuring […]

Mary Coughlan Returns To Birr Theatre And Arts Centre Next Month

Mary Coughlan and her band are bringing her brand new show Live & Kicking to Birr Theatre & Arts Centre on Sunday 8 October, 8pm . Don’t miss this celebration of Mary’s 30 plus years in the music business when she takes to the Birr stage for the first time in three years next month. […]

Homeland 2017, Video Art At Damer House Gallery, Roscrea

For three weeks, every year since 2014 Homeland takes place in Damer House Gallery, Roscrea in collaboration with the Loop Festival Barcelona and Safia Art Contemporani-Barcelona, Catalunja, Spain.  The Homeland Video selection in Damer House is dedicated exclusively to video art and film.  The selection for Homeland 2017, ‘Blackbird singing in the dead of night’ Paul […]

Nenagh Arts Centre Presents George Orwell’s Down And Out

This fascinating stage adaptation of George Orwell’s Down and Out in Paris and London sees Phelim Drew bring to life the characters who made up Orwell’s company in his self-imposed life as a tramp at the end of the 1920s. A man drifting through life, in early 1930s Paris, teaching English and generally soaking up […]

Nenagh Arts Centre Presents Local Films For Local People

A series of short films shot in Tipperary portraying everyday life from the distant past. Featuring among others Country Magazine a film made on a wet fair day in Borrisoleigh (1955), Leading the Way Domestic tips from a Tipperary housewife (1964), Three Kisses an Academy Award-nominated hurling film with sequences shot in Thurles (1955). Running […]

Tipperary, Nenagh, Nenagh Arts Centre

This one woman show describes the life and events which led to the death of Brigid Cleary, the woman accused of being a changeling and burned to death by her husband in Tipperary in 1895. This moving play brings forth a whole slew of issues – issues of inequality, tradition and superstition, progression and ignorance, […]

Parenting Talk By Enda Murphy At Nenagh Arts Centre

North Tipperary Community Services hosts a thought provoking Parenting Talk by psychotherapist Enda Murphy, author of ‘Flagging the Screenager’. Offering skills to support family life in a screen dominated world. Are you floundering as you guide your teenager through adolescence? Why are so many adolescents in emotional distress? How do we support our young people? […]

Loving With Ruth Negga At The Nenagh Arts Centre

Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Ruth Negga). From acclaimed writer/director Jeff Nichols, Loving celebrates the real-life courage and commitment of an interracial couple, Richard and Mildred Loving (Joel Edgerton & Ruth Negga), who married and then spent the next nine years fighting for the right to live as […]

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