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 […]

Dublin City Ramblers At The Nenagh Arts Centre

They have thrilled audiences worldwide for 35 years with their blend of ballads, folk, wit, and foot-tapping music. The Ramblers impressive career has spanned more than 35 years, with over 30 albums, top ten hits, several awards for best ballad/folk group and, to top it all off, eight Gold Albums. No wonder they are classed […]

The Nenagh Arts Centre Presents Shadows and Light Perform Interpretations of Joni Mitchell’s Songs

The three-piece Shadows and Light perform stunning interpretations of iconic singer songwriter Joni Mitchell’s legendary song book, including classics from the landmark ‘Blue’ album, along with numbers like ‘Hejira’, ‘Secret Place’ and ‘Hissing of Summer Lawns’. With vocalist Maura Vambeck, Dave Mulligan on guitar and Paul Enright on keyboard, their hypnotic performance of the lyrics […]

The Nenagh Arts Centre Presents A Love Divided

Based on a true story, A Love Divided chronicles the aftermath of Sheila’s (Orla Brady) pledge to send her children to Catholic school. Raised Protestant, Sheila was forced to sign a contract obligating her to bring up her own children as  Catholics when she was married into the religion, but years later she decides that […]

The Nenagh Arts Centre Presents Down and Out in Paris And London

By George Orwell Adapted and performed by Phelim Drew Directed by Michael Toumey Approx. 70 minutes – no interval 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 […]

The Nenagh Arts Centre Presents Local Culture Night

The Bold Brigid Cleary – Friday 22nd September – 7.30pm – Admission FREE (Ticket Required) 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 […]

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