One of Ireland’s finest classical quartets at The Source Arts Centre

Distinguished musicians Mia Cooper, Anna Cashell, violins, Joachim Roewer, viola and William Butt, cello will perform for just one night at The Source Arts Centre. The programme includes works by Haydn, Schubert and Michele Esposito.   The Esposito Quartet was set up in 2010. Their name reflects their admiration for Michele Esposito, pianist and composer, who for forty […]

1963 in a village in Ireland – The Corner Boys at The Source

Following their sell out tour with Lucinda Sly, Mend & Makedo Theatre Co. return with John MacKenna’s Corner Boys.  The time is 1963. The place is a village in Ireland. For the two young women working in the local drapery shop, the visit of American President John F Kennedy to the country is all important. […]

Icarus Theatre Collective brings a World Premiere to Thurles

Icarus Theatre Collective presents H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness   Icarus Theatre Collective brings a World Premiere to Thurles, the first theatre adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s chilling masterpiece At the Mountains of Madness. HP Lovecraft, the master of the macabre, is pop culture deity.  His Cthulhu mythos has become the inspiration of countless […]

Ed Masters and Co presents Life of Illusion at The Source Thurles

A wonderful family-friendly show that will thrill and amaze audiences. This Tyrone born illusionist is a distinct member by exam of the world’s most prestigious magic organization, The Magic Circle. Ed Masters together with his stunning team takes you on a journey through the light and dark of magic, mysticism and mystery across the ages. […]

The Frankie Valli Story at The Source Thurles

The Frankie Valli Story A one-man Jersey Boys style show   This is more than just another Frankie Valli tribute act. The star, writer, producer, choreographer and only member of the show is the super talented Stephen James. He really is the nearest to Frankie Valli as you are ever likely to hear, re-creating Valli’s […]

The sun shone bright for Family Day at The Source Arts Centre

The Source Arts Centre in conjunction with The Source Café, Thurles Library and Thurles  Leisure Centre hosted a day of family friendly entertainment and live music. The sun was blazing as crowds were entertained on the boardwalk by local band Le Noise and Beatboxer, Whitenoise. The little ones had plenty to keep them occupied with […]

New season, new line up at The Source Arts Centre

Spring has finally sprung and with it the prospect of many exciting performances, films, workshops and exhibits at The Source Arts Centre. The highly successful Sowing the Seeds of Dance Community Dance Project. With pubic dance classes for all ages and dance in education workshops, anyone can get involved so abandon your notions of dance […]

All at Sea Michael McSwiney at The Source Thurles

Michael McSwiney returns to The Source Arts Centre Gallery to give a talk about his work and its inspiration on Wednesday 24 October at 7.30pm. This would be a great opportunity all budding artists, for those who appreciate art, and for anyone who has dropped into the gallery in the last few weeks to meet […]

Scullion at The Source Arts Centre

Scullion has recorded a new collection of songs and to celebrate the band will be embarking on their most extensive national tour for many years. The tour follows the launch of their new album ‘Long Wave’ to rave reviews at Triskel Christchurch in Cork in September.   This amazing group of musicians, Sonny Condell, Robbie […]

A very special night with Julie Feeney and Cashel Community School Choir at The Source Thurles

There isn’t an artist quite like Julie Feeney at work in Ireland today. Julie is a multi award winning singer-composer and is about to release her third album Clocks on the 16 November in The Source Arts Centre. Her music has been described as eccentric grounded and vulnerable. She is unquestionably original. As part of […]

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