Acclaimed Ivor Browne Film Coming To Tipp

More than 5000 people will have seen Alan Gilsenan’s ‘Meetings with Ivor’ in its first two months. This is a phenomenal record for a new Irish documentary that was completed in January. It had a premiere screening at Dublin’s IFI Cinema on January 14th last during the First Fortnight Festival attended by President Michael D […]

Rusangano Family Coming To The Source Arts Centre

Made up of a trio – God Knows, MuRli and mynameisjOhn – Rusangano Family, based in Limerick, produce socially engaged music that mixes a variety of cultures and traditions. They have built up a reputation for high-energy, audience-engaging shows on the national and international live circuit. Exploring issues such as identity and belonging, Rusangano Family […]

PJ Gallagher Live At The Source Arts Centre

Hot on the heels of his 2016 success with Irish Box Office smash ‘The Young Offenders’, PJ Gallagher returns to the stand-up stage. Best known for his television show ‘Naked Camera’, his various characters in the programme included an emotionally unstable taxi driver, renowned ladies man Jake Stevens and the Dirty Auld One – an […]

High Heels In Low Places Coming To The Source Arts Centre

Former Tokyo club scene doyenne, PANTI is Ireland’s foremost gender illusionist. She has run some of Dublin’s most seminal club nights, and hosted and produced the legendary Alternative Miss Ireland pageant, which raised money over 18 years for HIV/AIDS charities in Ireland. She is landlady of Pantibar in Dublin, where she performs a weekly drag […]

Ledwidge: Poet, Miner, Soldier At The Source Arts Centre

Meath poet Francis Ledwidge accurately predicted the posthumous fate of the thousands of Irishmen who died in the First World War. He was introduced into our immersion in the poets of the rebellion through his elegy in memory of Thomas McDonagh, with its memorable opening line: “He shall not hear the bittern cry”.   Gerard […]

Tipperary Schools Should Think Local For School Tours

Calling all primary and secondary schools If you’re planning your school tour or a day out for your class, think local! We have a fantastic range of activities in the local area whether it is sport, heritage, arts or activities you’re looking for. We’d love if schools could come and enjoy the varied and eclectic […]

Mick Fortune’s Dystopia At The Source Arts Centre Gallery

This collaboration between the Goma Gallery of Modern Art in Waterford and The Source Arts Centre, Thurles presents the work of Wexford Artist Mick Fortune who uses video, photography and installation to investigate the relationship between individuals and the spaces in which they exist. With reference to pre-narrative cinema, Jungian psychology and Mythology and the […]

“For These Days” Art Exhibition At Source Arts Centre, Thurles

“For these days” Art exhibition will be exhibiting from the 1st to 22nd of February 2017 at The Source Gallery, Cathedral Street, Thurles, Co. Tipperary. Exhibition hosted by Thurles Library. The exhibition comprises of 25 eye catching, colourful paintings and 5 prints by local Tipperary artist Alan Bourke. The title ‘For These Days’ is inspired […]

The Source Arts Centre Is Gearing Up For A Night Of Swing Music And Nostalgia

The Source Arts Centre is gearing up for a night of ‘swingtastic’ dance moves, 30’s glamour and high energy swing with music from The Sam Barker Trio. On Saturday 28th January it will be time to get out your dancing shoes. From the 1930’s gypsy swing of Django Reinhardt and Stépanhe Grappelli to a host […]

Kieran Goss And Frances Black To Appear At Source On Their Reunion Tour

Following the success of their Grand Opera House, Belfast shows Frances Black and Kieran Goss have announced details for their Reunion Tour in 2017 and one of those shows will be at The Source Arts Centre. It’s been over 20 years since Frances Black and Kieran Goss last toured together. In the intervening years both […]

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