Emma Langford and friends bring the Birdsong Tour to Nenagh Arts Centre

Following the release of her acclaimed second album ‘Sowing Acorns’ in 2020, Emma Langford makes her highly anticipated return to live stages when she brings her Birdsong Tour to Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday 23rd July at 8pm. Limerick’s Emma Langford released her first album, “Quiet Giant”, in November 2017. The album saw her awarded […]

Lynn Kirkham launches exhibit at Blackwater Valley Arts Gallery

Renowned Artist and Sculptor Lynn Kirkham has officially opened her exhibition ‘Myself & Other Animals’ which is available to view at The Blackwater Valley Makers Gallery in Fermoy, Co.Cork up until August 31st.   The exhibition includes some unique animal inspired works with each piece carefully handmade from nature and then moulded to preserve the […]

World Premiere – From A Low & Quiet Sea by Donal Ryan

We are so excited at Nenagh Arts Centre to have the WORLD PREMIERE of Decadent Theatre’s From a Low and Quiet Sea, adapted for the stage from Donal Ryan’s acclaimed novel, on Wednesday 6th, Thursday 7th & Friday 8th July at 8pm. The original adaptation of Donal Ryan’s Booker Prize nominated novel is a collaboration […]

Borrisokane Players are delighted to return to the stage with Robin Hawdon’s ‘Perfect Wedding’

Borrisokane Players are delighted to announce their long-anticipated return to the stage with their 2022 production of Robin Hawdon’s ‘Perfect Wedding’ at The Clarke Memorial Hall, Borrisokane. Running nightly from Friday May 6th to Sunday May 8th at 8.30pm sharp. Bookings on 086 067 8124. A weekend of fantastic amateur drama not to be missed!

New report highlights positive health and wellbeing impacts of arts and creativity in later life

Arts and creativity has an important role to play in health and wellbeing in later life and can help improve physical, psychological, and social health and wellbeing in older adults, a new report published by the Institute of Public Health (IPH) has found. The report, ‘Arts and Creativity in Later Life: Implications for Public Health […]

Tipperary artist Julia Mitchell shortlisted for competition at National Gallery of Ireland

A Tipperary artist has been shortlisted for this year’s Zurich Portrait Prize at the National Gallery of Ireland. Julia Mitchell’s work Knight of Kilcooley Abbey will be on display at the Gallery later this year.   From hundreds of entries, 24 artists made it through to the final stage of the Zurich Portrait Prize, while 20 young artists […]

Bealtaine Festival brings arts celebrations to nursing homes this Friday

Nursing homes will be celebrating the creative talents of residents this coming Friday, 21st May, through the inaugural National Arts in Nursing Homes Day. The initiative is part of Age & Opportunity’s Bealtaine Festival and is taking place in partnership with Nursing Homes Ireland. Nursing home residents have been busy creating artworks to display as […]

Calling artists and community arts organisations to apply for funding

The second round of the Bank of Ireland Begin Together Arts Fund, in partnership with Business to Arts, has been launched with a call for artists and arts organisations to apply for funding. The all-island Begin Together Arts Fund will make a total of €1 million in arts funding available over three years, awarded to projects that […]

Creative Climate Action fund launched by Minister Catherine Martin

Today Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Catherine Martin TD launched Creative Climate Action on behalf of the Creative Ireland Programme in collaboration with the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications. This new fund invites local authorities and creative practitioners to put their skills of engagement to the cultural challenge of […]

Two new degree courses provide golden opportunity for design and crafts students

The Design & Crafts Council Ireland (DCCI) has announced an exciting new partnership with Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) that will see the creation of two new degree courses for students. The redesign and further development of the DCCI courses in Ceramics Skills & Design and Jewellery and Goldsmithing Skills & Design will mark a […]

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