Bealtaine Festival Film Announced For Birr Theatre And Arts Centre

Birr Theatre & Arts Centre is delighted to be taking part in the Bealtaine Festival again this year.   On Tuesday 2 May 2017, the theatre will host a special free screening of the film Dare To Be Wild, 8pm.   From the green hills of Ireland to the parched deserts of Africa, to the […]

Poetry Day At The Nenagh Arts Centre

Dromineer Literary Festival in association with Nenagh Arts Centre present a joint Poetry Day Ireland reading by Martin Figura and Helen Ivory. Martin Figura’s most recent collections Dr Zeeman’s Catastrophe Machine (Cinnamon Press) and pamphlet Shed (Gatehouse Press) were both published in 2016. The show of Dr Zeeman began touring in 2016. He was shortlisted for the Ted […]

Hell Or High Water Coming To The Nenagh Arts Centre

Following a series of armed robberies at a number of branches of Texas Midland Bank where very little money was taken, we learn that the motive of unemployed oil and gas worker Toby Howard (Chris Pine) and his brother — just released from prison — is to raise enough money to pay off the reverse […]

Rusangano Family Coming To The Source Arts Centre

Made up of a trio – God Knows, MuRli and mynameisjOhn – Rusangano Family, based in Limerick, produce socially engaged music that mixes a variety of cultures and traditions. They have built up a reputation for high-energy, audience-engaging shows on the national and international live circuit. Exploring issues such as identity and belonging, Rusangano Family […]

PJ Gallagher Live At The Source Arts Centre

Hot on the heels of his 2016 success with Irish Box Office smash ‘The Young Offenders’, PJ Gallagher returns to the stand-up stage. Best known for his television show ‘Naked Camera’, his various characters in the programme included an emotionally unstable taxi driver, renowned ladies man Jake Stevens and the Dirty Auld One – an […]

High Heels In Low Places Coming To The Source Arts Centre

Former Tokyo club scene doyenne, PANTI is Ireland’s foremost gender illusionist. She has run some of Dublin’s most seminal club nights, and hosted and produced the legendary Alternative Miss Ireland pageant, which raised money over 18 years for HIV/AIDS charities in Ireland. She is landlady of Pantibar in Dublin, where she performs a weekly drag […]

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 […]

Josh Christina Brings His Irish Rockabilly Nights Tour To Birr Theatre

The Birr Theatre and Arts Centre are delighted to be one of the few venues in Ireland chosen by Josh Christina for his Irish Rockabilly Nights Tour in May.  The US native is back in Ireland after a scorching performing on the Late Late Show last September! Hailing from Baltimore in the USA, Josh Christina brings […]

Captain Noel Brendan Gill Remebrance Weekend At Nenagh Arts Centre

Lecture: The Massie Affair 1931. One of the most notorious murder trials in US legal history and the surprising Nenagh connection. Speaker : Rob Gill Followed by a screening of the acclaimed PBS American Experience Film Documentary ‘The Massie Affair ‘ Captain Noel Brendan Gill Remembrance Weekend – Saturday 22nd April, 8pm, FREE Event

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