Freddie White – The maestro of quality music at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

Freddie White has long been synonymous with music of the highest quality. He has been part of the fabric of the live music scene in Ireland since the 1970’s and his albums continue to sell well, amongst his loyal and newfound fan base. Born in Cobh, Co. Cork into a musical family, by age 17 […]

Imagine a photographic exhibition of people’s lives, with no individuals captured in the images – Asylum Archive opens at The Source Arts Centre

Dublin-based Serbian artist Vukasin Nedeljkovic took a conscious decision to depict only places, objects and structures for his interpretation of the direct provision system. His exhibition Asylum Archive opens at The Source Arts Centre Gallery 05 April. Nedeljkovic knows a thing or two about direct provision, being a former asylum seeker himself. He was a […]

Soloheadbeg Ambush: A centenary perspective at The Source Thurles

Just days before the centenary of the Solohead Ambush, the Tipperary People and Places Series brings Dr Des Marnane to give a very timely talk in The Source, Thurles. His subject is ‘The Soloheadbeg Ambush – a centenary perspective’. With the help of Cathal O’Donoghue, well known for his stage performances across the county, Des […]

20 Years of Apres Match stops off at The Source for a hilarious one off night of satire and eye watering comedy

The woman from Clontarf asks what have Apres Match ever given us? 20 years of great comedy that’s what! Yes – Apres Match are 20 this year. And that’s one birthday bash you cannot afford to miss! Apres Match bring their hilarious and cutting edge comedy to The Source. Join the boys for their all-new […]

Thurles band Bright Falls to support the legendary indie pop sensations The Frank and Walters at The Source

Bright Falls is the musical project of Thurles songwriter Eddie McCormack. Eddie spent a number of years learning his craft at Tom Lyon’s monthly songwriters night ‘Whistle This’ and at support slots with fellow Thurles band Jester. With a variety of influences ranging from Neil Young and Ryan Adams to Young Fathers and Kanye West, […]

Writers Café – The Full Time Writer with Mia Gallagher at The Source Thurles

  The Full Time Writer with Mia Gallagher 11am, Saturday 11 November, Source Arts Centre, Thurles   Words Ireland is delighted to partner with the Source Arts Centre to bring you one of their regional Writers Café on The Full-time Writer with Mia Gallagher.   Few writers live from book sales alone. Working as a full-time writer […]

The Nonsense Room presents Shark in the Park at The Source Thurles

Timothy Pope goes to the park and looks through his telescope. Everything he sees he thinks it is a shark! Nick Sharratt is famous for his, clever, colourful and funny clever keyhole books for early years and now all three ‘Shark’ books have had a triumphant makeover for the stage. Sharratt’s concept in Shark in […]

Michael Harding : Talking to Strangers at The Source Thurles

  Following his hugely popular nationwide tour of venues in Ireland in the spring of 2015, Michael Harding, author, playwright and Irish Times columnist, is on his travels again in his unique one man show, talking with great honesty and wit about life, love and growing old. Coinciding with the publication of his latest book […]

John B Keane’s classic play ‘Big Maggie’ at The Source Thurles

The Fionn Mac Cumhaill Players return for the second time this year with John B Keane’s classic play ‘Big Maggie’. Newly widowed, with four children, Maggie Polpin is now ready to take power into her own hands, but at what cost? And what will her children say? This play has it all, revenge, greed and an […]

The Ultimate Garth Brooks Experience comes to Thurles

In October 2009, 8 years after trading in his Stetson, Garth Brooks announced that he was coming back out of retirement to perform weekly at the world renowned Wynn Resort in Las Vegas, and with the possibility of a world tour on the cards in the years following. This resulted in a resurrection of the […]

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