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 […]

The Chamber Philharmonic Europe will return to play a concert in Thurles this March

They brought the house down and received a lengthy standing ovation on last year’s visit – The Chamber Philharmonic Europe will return to play a concert in Thurles this March.   The orchestra engages talented professional musicians from 18 European nations and the touring ensemble of nine players, including violin and trumpet soloists, will play […]

Fostering Fortnight 2019 with Fostering First Ireland

Fostering Fortnight is running from Monday 4th March until Friday 15th March 2019. The aim is to promote public awareness of fostering, to celebrate the amazing work that foster carers do and to shine a light on how foster care can change the lives of vulnerable children. Anyone interested in learning more can attend one […]

Council need to take more proactive steps to protect Suir from plastic waste – McCormack

The latest studies on plastics in our rivers and marines makes for alarming reading and requires a robust response according to Sinn Féin election candidate Ciara McCormack. New research from Irish scientists indicates that plastic pollution in freshwater and marine ecosystems are much more pervasive than previously thought. “Ireland is ranked the second worst in […]

Exciting Line-Up for Valentine’s Ambulance Fundraiser in Thurles

Allow us to “Restart Your Heart” with our charity speed-dating event in Hickey’s Bar, Cathedral Street, Thurles on Friday the 15th February. Get that loving feeling with kick-off at 7:30. Online registration restartomac@gmail.com to ensure your place. Spread the Valentine’s weekend cheer and invite all of your single friends. Let the night take you into […]

Ciara McCormack selected to represent Sinn Féin for the Thurles Local Election Area

The Sinn Féin selection convention for the Thurles Local Election Area took place on Friday night last in Hayes Hotel in Liberty Square, Thurles. The convention was uncontested following Cllr Doran’s shock resignation from the party on social media on the eve of convention on Thursday evening. Ciara Mc Cormack was selected by the local […]

Aonghus McAnally returns to The Source Arts Centre this February with his brand new show

Aonghus McAnally has worn many hats through a near 40-year career: children’s television presenter, radio producer and DJ, musician. McAnallys’ passion for performance – a love affair that began with Aonghus’ late father, Irish screen giant Ray McAnally (The Mission, My Left Foot).   As host of early ’80s children’s series Anything Goes, McAnally (62) […]

Multi Award winning Irish Wild Life Documentary, The Silver Branch, at The Source Thurles

MULTI AWARD winning Irish Wild Life Documentary, The Silver Branch, which will be screening in the Source Arts Centre, Thurles Wed 23rd at 8pm   ‘The Silver Branch’ depicts the life and insights of the inimitable philosopher, poet, and fifth-generation farmer, Patrick McCormack, owner of ‘Fr Ted’s House’ in the beautiful, austere Burren. Through Patrick’s […]

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 […]

Life Fragments – An Exhibition by Tipperary’s John Keating at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

Regarded as one of Irelands best figurative painters, John Keating was born in Tipperary and studied at Crawford College of Art Cork, Trinity College Dublin, Loughborough University and the Arts Students League of New York, which he attended as a Fulbright scholar. Keating has exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibitions in the U.S.A., Italy, Spain, […]

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