Artist Catherine Daly tutors at Nenagh Arts Centre Portrait Painting Day- this Saturday, February 8th

Thurles Artist Catherine Daly is the tutor at Nenagh Arts Centre’s day of portrait painting and drawing to be held in the atmospheric surrounding of the theatre on Saturday 8th February. This workshop is perfect for those familiar with figure painting and those who would like to try it for the first time.   Catherine was […]

Wikileaks documentary screens at Nenagh Arts Centre this Thursday

Run by Australian Internet activist Julian Assange, Wikileaks is a website which regularly publishes top-secret documents and covert information, often regarding governments and their respective military operations. Set up from Iceland in 2006, Wikileaks eventually went on to facilitate the largest and most damaging security breach in American history with a release of information from those inside […]

Me, Mollser at The Source Thurles

The Abbey Theatre present Me, Mollser  by Ali White   Me Mollser, is a specially commissioned monologue that introduces classic Irish theatre to a younger audience, based on the character of Mollser who appears in The Plough and the Stars by Sean O’Casey. She is a strong willed, passionate and endearing young Dubliner coping with consumption during […]

A Skull in Connemara comes to The Source Thurles

Decadent Theatre present A Skull in Connemara Written by Martin McDonagh. Directed by Andrew Flynn.   Hot on the heels of its very successful run so far in The Gaiety Theatre, A Skull in Connemara comes to Thurles!   This dark dark comedy is the middle play from Martin McDonagh’s Leenane Trilogy and it follows […]

Exciting events to start 2014 at Nenagh Arts Centre!

FILM: RENOIR – THURSDAY 23RD JANUARY   Our first film this season ‘Renoir’ screens at Nenagh Arts Centre 8pm on 23rd January. A fantastic opportunity to learn about the life of French impressionist painter Pierre Auguste Renoir, the film tells the story of an ageing Renoir, who embarks on a late period of productivity in his painting life when a […]

New Season Highlights at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

As winter takes hold it’s comforting to know that The Source Arts Centre’s priority is your cultural and entertainment needs. So, get your hands on a copy of the brochure and book your favourite shows to avail of early bird offers; prepare to be entertained!   There are still tickets left for the last of […]

David Gray set for Nenagh Arts Centre visit

Acclaimed English singer-songwriter David Gray is set to perform at Nenagh Arts Centre on Sunday 8th December. Taking a break from mixing his forthcoming album to play an early winter tour in Ireland, Gray will play an intimate show in the Arts Centre.   With 12 million album sales, the bestselling album in Ireland ever with ‘White Ladder’, a […]

Louise Morrissey brings Christmas to Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday December 7th

Coming to Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday December 7th is Bansha singer Louise Morrissey with an exciting and varied Christmas show. Morrissey has long been one of Ireland’s most beloved entertainers and has brought her easy listening country style around the world with her. With numerous awards and citations to her credit including a 2011 ‘Sunday World Award’ where she […]

Punk movie ‘Good Vibrations’ to rock Nenagh Arts Centre

The acclaimed Irish film ‘Good Vibrations’ recounting the madcap career of Belfast-based record label owner Terri Hooley, comes to Nenagh Arts Centre on this Thursday, the 21st of November.   Hooley is a radical, rebel and music-lover in Belfast during the 1970’s troubles. While his city is destroyed around him and his friends take up arms on each side […]

What’s on this week in Nenagh Arts Centre

Pat Shortt in ‘I Am the Band’ this Thursday at Nenagh Arts Centre Comedy legend Pat Shortt is in Nenagh this Thursday the 14th of November with his one-man show ‘I Am The Band’. The show charts the larger than life character of lounge musician Dixie Walsh (‘Jumbo Breakfast Roll’, ‘Where Did My Money Go’)  in a tribute […]

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