Pat Kinevane’s New Play “Before” At The Source Arts Centre

Before Written & Performed by Pat Kinevane Directed by Jim Culleton   Pat Kinevane is one of Ireland’s finest actors, and the man behind a trilogy of plays that explore what it is to be marginalised, a person on the edge, a person on the outside looking in. A multiple award-winner, Pat Kinevane has a […]

What Good Is Looking Well When You’re Rotten On The Inside

What Good is Looking Well When You’re Rotten on the Inside?, writer and performer Emma O’ Grady announces herself and her creative team as a force of Irish theatre to be reckoned with. One month before his death, retired civil servant and man of few words Paddy O’Grady had a sudden urge to talk. Using […]

Jake Carter Autumn Tour 2018 At The Source Arts Centre

Pop sensation and winner of Dancing With The Stars 2018 – Jake Carter has taken the Irish pop music scene by storm since his launch on Irish national television back in 2017, and now he is thrilled to be announcing a brand new tour this Autumn! Jake has quickly developed a name for himself as […]

One Of A Kind Theatre Summer Camp For Teens At The Source Arts Centre

Have you got young people at home who would like to take to the stage or, create behind the scenes in a professional theatre space? This year at The Source Arts Centre young people get to design, produce and take part in their very own theatre performance. This teen summer camp is the perfect solution […]

Barnstorm Presents Star Chasers At Source Arts Centre

A modern-day adventure for all, Star Chasers sees Billy and Dad heading north with just a tent and a box full of Mam’s memories. On the way, they pitch their tent, conjure Mam’s stories and quarrel as they seek journey’s end and a new beginning. This is a rich exploration of the relationship between a […]

SHOUT! The 60’s Mod Musical

A nostalgic nod to London’s Swinging Sixties. The musical follows five young female subscribers to a fictional magazine called Shout!, “the magazine for the modern woman”, as they come of age during the liberating 1960s that made England swing. From cover to cover, Shout! unfolds like a musical magazine and travels in time through the […]

Source Arts Centre To Present ‘Take Off Your Cornflakes’

Take Off Your Cornflakes should come with a warning. At the very least it should stipulate ‘bring your own supply of tissues.’ Between tears when you want to laugh, and laughing when you want to cry. Experiences with her father inspired actor Rose Henderson to write a play about Alzheimer’s which flipped her parents relationship […]

Celebrating The Memory And Music Of A True Irish Musical Legend

On 30th January 1984 it is said that the whole of Ireland grieved the early death of Dubliner Luke Kelly. He has left an indelible mark as being the greatest folk artist of the 20th Century and his music is widely regarded as one of Ireland’s cultural treasures.   Songwriter Chris Kavanagh was raised on […]

The Chamber Philharmonic Europe To Play In Source Arts Centre

A professional string orchestra from Europe is coming to play a concert in Thurles next month.   The Chamber Philharmonic Europe, based in Cologne, will perform at The Source Arts Centre on Saturday, 07 April.   The orchestra engages talented professional musicians from 18 European nations and the touring ensemble of nine players, including violin […]

A Fabulous Family Show At The Source Arts Centre

A fabulous family show for the Easter break Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts! Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts! ‘Dr. Zeiffal and Dr. Zeigal and The Hippo That Can Never Be Caught’ invites the audience to help the forgetful Dr. Zeiffal catch the crafty Hippo with her patented Hippo Instruments: the Invisible Hippo Blanket, the Hippo […]

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