Ryans Cleaning At The Very Special 150th Balmoral Show

Thurles based company Ryans Cleaning are celebrating a very special milestone with a client as Balmoral Show celebrates its 150th year. Ryans Cleaning specialises in event cleaning services and the team from Ryans have been cleaning at the prestigious show since 2012. Ryans Cleaning are the market leaders choice with Irish clients including; Bord Gáis […]

Cancer Survivor Thanks People Of Tipperary For Daffodil Day Support

Cancer survivor Stephanie Powell, the face of the Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day campaign this year, has thanked the people of Tipperary for their generosity as total funds raised for cancer patients have reached over €3m. With more funds still to be banked the Society is hopeful of reaching its target of €4m over the […]

Tipperary GAA Scene

By PRO Joe Bracken   MUNSTER SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP The Munster championships get under way this weekend with most of the attention focused on the new look hurling championship as pundits and supporters alike eagerly look forward to what should be a fascinating championship. While it will take a league format there is certain no […]

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 […]

Thurles Woman Joins Roll Of Honour For Criochnoiri

Marianne Cleary, Thurles joined the roll of honour for Criochnoiri (Finishers of the full Irish pilgrim journey) in the last few weeks. She is pictured on her final ascent of Cnoc na dTobar pilgrim mountain in Co Kerry while accompanied by the Chairman of Pilgrim Paths Ireland, John G O’Dwyer. She was afterwards awarded a […]

Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes Education Course In Thurles

As more and more people are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, all hospitals and GP practices are struggling to cope with the number of patients seeking treatment. Lifestyle factors and excess weight are strongly linked with the rise of Type 2 diabetes globally but you can also be slim, fit and develop Type 2 […]

Tipperary Teen Entrepreneurs On Countdown To Student Enterprise National Final

23,600 students from 480 Irish secondary schools take part in Student Enterprise Programme through the Local Enterprise Offices every year, bringing the world of business into the classroom. Some of the county’s most enterprising teenagers are ‘counting down’ to the Student Enterprise Programme National Finals on Wednesday, May 2nd in Croke Park. Starting every September, […]

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 […]

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