Hell or High Water at 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 […]

Aladdin at the Nenagh Arts Centre

Kids on Stage is getting ready for its 13th show – Aladdin Trouble. Aladdin, his mammy Widow Twanky and his sisters Wishy and Washy are opening a new Laundry business.  But will the evil Abanezer cause them trouble as he looks for the magic lamp with its powerful genie? Come to the Arts Centre to […]

Joint Poetry Day Ireland Reading At 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 […]

Dromineer Literary Festival Presents A Poetry Day Ireland Reading By Martin Figura And Helen Ivory

The Dromineer Literary Festival in association with Nenagh Arts Centre will celebrate Poetry Day Ireland, April 27, with readings by Helen Ivory and Martin Figura. On their first visit to Ireland, the readings by two of the UKs much loved poets is an event not to be missed! The theme for Poetry Day is Poetry Connects. […]

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 […]

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

I, Daniel Blake At The Nenagh Arts Centre

A 59 year old carpenter recovering from a heart attack befriends a single mum and her two kids as they navigate their way through the kafkaesque impersonal benefits system.  With equal amounts of humour and despair.  Heartfelt and emotional until the end.  Won Outstanding British Film of the Year at the 2017 BAFTA Film Awards. […]

The Legend Of Luke Kelly At The Nenagh Arts Centre

Dublin singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Chris Kavanagh was raised on Irish music and has been singing Irish folk songs since he was three years old. Over the past fifteen years he has amazed audiences following powerful sell-out performances in prominent Irish venues such as Vicar Street & the Cork Opera House. The Legend Of Luke Kelly – Saturday […]

Up the Hill Jackie at the Nenagh Arts Centre

A new play by Áine Ryan from Upperchurch, Thurles. The plot revolves around two sisters who have lost their parents in a car accident and are living with their aunt in rural Ireland.  The youngest sister Jackie is pregnant and the father is Mick, their aunt’s fiancé  Her sister Rita is forcing her to have […]

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