Little Gem and The Chamber Philharmonic Europe’s ‘Powerful Emotions Tour’ come to Nenagh Arts Centre

Neili Conroy, Genevieve Hulme Beaman and Anne Kent in ‘Little Gem’

Nenagh Arts Centre is presenting the award-winning ‘Little Gem’ on Tuesday May 10th.

With love, sex, birth, death and salsa classes ‘Little Gem’ sees three generations of Dublin women taken on a wild, hilarious and constantly surprising journey. The play from Guna Nua Theatre Company expertly blends slapstick humour and sharp comic timing with strength, courage and honesty. This play by Elaine Murphy is really one for a night out with the girls. The show has swept the boards since its sell out run as part of the 2008 Dublin Fringe Festival. It was also the surprise hit of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the first ever Irish production to receive the prestigious Carol Tambor Award.

Tickets are €20 or at a special concession rate of €15 to OAP’s, unwaged and students. Tickets are available online at The performance starts at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, 10th May.

Chamber Philharmonic Europe

Nenagh Arts Centre presents the Chamber Philharmonic Europe’s ‘Powerful Emotions Tour’

German Orchestral group Chamber Philharmonic Europe performs with award-winning soloist Pawel Zuzanski (Violin) and Kirill Gusarov (Trumpet) in a special concert this May in Nenagh. This evening of versatile sounds and complex emotions includes works by the following selected composers: J. S. Bach, A. Vivaldi, J. N. Hummel, E. Grieg and G. Faure. The Chamber Philharmonic Europe is a private orchestra initiative founded 2006 in Cologne, Germany, which engages musicians to create a demanding artistic ensemble and programme. This event is part of their European Tour 2011 and comes to Nenagh at 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 12th. Tickets are €18 can be bought from the Arts Centre in the Town Hall, Banba Square or online at

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