Borrisokane Players return for one night with their hilarious production of ‘Don’t Tell The Wife’

Following a successful three night run and back by popular demand, Borrisokane Players are delighted to return to the Clarke Memorial Hall on Saturday March 2nd at 8.30pm sharp for the final performance of their hilarious production of ‘Don’t Tell The Wife’. Seats are filling up fast already so don’t miss out! Booking advisable on 089 […]

Irish actor, author and journalist, Domhnall O’Donoghue has released his second novel

Irish actor, author and journalist, Domhnall O’Donoghue has released his second novel. Domhnall’s hometown, Navan, provides the setting for Colin and the Concubine ­– a light-hearted farce about sibling rivalry that hilariously captures Ireland’s relationship with the Eurovision, the Late Late Show and the Housewife of the Year. In the book, Colin Saint James hates […]

Award-winning writing, direction and a brilliant ensemble from Tipperary woman Orla Murphy – Remember to Breathe – Theatre at The Source Arts Centre in March

Writer and director Orla Murphy draws on her own emigrant experiences in New Zealand.   Remember to Breathe is a play about three people trying to survive the ‘aftershocks’ of the Christchurch earthquake . In a pool in New Zealand, recent emigrant Maeve is learning to swim. Her ‘swimaholic’ coach spurs her on. But even […]

Borrisokane Players Ask That Whatever You Do in 2019, ‘Don’t Tell The Wife’

Following on from last year’s successful outing with ‘Separate Beds’ by Sam Cree, Borrisokane Players are delighted to present another of his comic offerings for 2019 with ‘Don’t Tell The Wife’. Thanks to idle gossip and a best friend who loves to stir the pot, Mrs. Willis is convinced that her plumber husband is chasing […]

Aonghus McAnally returns to The Source Arts Centre this February with his brand new show

Aonghus McAnally has worn many hats through a near 40-year career: children’s television presenter, radio producer and DJ, musician. McAnallys’ passion for performance – a love affair that began with Aonghus’ late father, Irish screen giant Ray McAnally (The Mission, My Left Foot).   As host of early ’80s children’s series Anything Goes, McAnally (62) […]

Road Trip Secrets: 5 of Ireland’s most beautiful drives

Every so often, our mind and body needs a proper break from our hectic work schedules, one of the ways you can unwind and relax is by travelling.   If you haven’t got the time or money to plan a holiday abroad, you can look at going on a road trip instead. A road trip […]

Donal O’Kelly performs his solo play Bat the Father Rabbit the Son at The Source Arts Centre

Donal O’Kelly performs his solo play Bat the Father Rabbit the Son at The Source Arts Centre:- An explosive psychological analysis of the generation that gave us The Tribunals. It’s the late 1980s. Rabbit is a self-made haulage magnate. He’s up to his neck in the kind of deals destined to redefine the word “tribunal”. […]

Upcoming Events at Nenagh Arts Centre

Introduction to Mask in Theatrical Performance by Simon Thompson – Saturday 19th January, 11am – 1pm, Tickets: FREE (Booking is essential) As part of his Artistic Residency at Nenagh Arts Centre in January, Simon will facilitate a 2 hour workshop where you will work with a variety of theatrical masks through games, improvisation and scenarios. […]

Multi Award winning Irish Wild Life Documentary, The Silver Branch, at The Source Thurles

MULTI AWARD winning Irish Wild Life Documentary, The Silver Branch, which will be screening in the Source Arts Centre, Thurles Wed 23rd at 8pm   ‘The Silver Branch’ depicts the life and insights of the inimitable philosopher, poet, and fifth-generation farmer, Patrick McCormack, owner of ‘Fr Ted’s House’ in the beautiful, austere Burren. Through Patrick’s […]

Who’s who at the Christmas table? Ancestry reveals how little we know about our festive families

Research conducted for Ancestry.ie shines a light on how Irish families celebrate Christmas.   Almost 30% of people don’t know their cousins’ surnames. Nearly 15% of people don’t know how they are linked to some of their relatives around the dinner table Over 70% of people wish they knew more about their family. Combat those […]

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