Donal O’Kelly performs his solo play Bat the Father Rabbit the Son at The Source Arts Centre

Donal O’Kelly performs his solo play Bat the Father Rabbit the Son at The Source Arts Centre:- An explosive psychological analysis of the generation that gave us The Tribunals. It’s the late 1980s. Rabbit is a self-made haulage magnate. He’s up to his neck in the kind of deals destined to redefine the word “tribunal”. […]

Upcoming Events at Nenagh Arts Centre

Introduction to Mask in Theatrical Performance by Simon Thompson – Saturday 19th January, 11am – 1pm, Tickets: FREE (Booking is essential) As part of his Artistic Residency at Nenagh Arts Centre in January, Simon will facilitate a 2 hour workshop where you will work with a variety of theatrical masks through games, improvisation and scenarios. […]

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 […]

Who’s who at the Christmas table? Ancestry reveals how little we know about our festive families

Research conducted for Ancestry.ie shines a light on how Irish families celebrate Christmas.   Almost 30% of people don’t know their cousins’ surnames. Nearly 15% of people don’t know how they are linked to some of their relatives around the dinner table Over 70% of people wish they knew more about their family. Combat those […]

Legendary Jimmy Crowley to play in Finn’s Bar Borrisoleigh

The legendary Irish traditional folk singer and musician, Jimmy Crowley, is appearing in Borrisoleigh this Thursday 20th December. Jimmy’s unique voice and flair for storytelling sees him return to Borrisoleigh again by popular demand, following previous successful gigs. He will be playing in the intimate setting of the back function room of Finn’s Bar at […]

Biography of Eamonn ‘The Terminator’ Magee and debut by cross-Channel champ Tom Gregory tie in first William Hill Sports Book of the Year dead heat

Award split between two winners for the first time in its 30-year history Tom Gregory’s “truly one-of-a-kind” debut A Boy in the Water becomes the first swimming title to win the Award Journalist Paul D. Gibson’s The Lost Soul of Eamonn Magee – a “rivetingly raw” collaboration with the Irish boxer known as ‘The Terminator’ […]

‘From Tipp Town To Top of the Charts’ – Susan Quirke’s Star is Shining Bright

“..a voice that pulls you right in, a gifted Irish artist that needs to be heard.” – Fiachna Ó Braonáin (RTÉ Radio 1 / the Hothouse Flowers) “Echoes of Sinéad O’Connor and Dolores O’Riordain, a lovely voice.” – Ray D’Arcy (RTÉ Radio 1) New track ‘Hold On’ by Oola woman Susan Quirke features Colm Mac Con Iomaire on violin. Song debuted at no. 1 in the […]

Clonmel Youths feature on TG4’s C.L.U.B. – Ógánaithe Chluain Meala ar C.L.U.B. TG4

TG4, 22/11/18, 5pm.   This week (22/11/18 @ 5pm) we visit the Clonmel Commercials Football Club & St. Marys hurling club in Clonmel. Our special guest is dual-player Liam Ryan. Is iad Tráchtálaithe Chluain Meala agus an club iománaíochta, Naomh Muire, Tiobraid Árainn a bheidh faoi chaibidil ar C.L.U.B. inniu. Is é Liam Ryan, imreoir […]

Upcoming Events at South Tipperary Arts Centre

Title                      Santa’s Crafty Lab Date                     Saturday 1st December & Saturday 8th December Time                     3-5pm Venue                  South Tipperary Arts Centre, Nelson St, Clonmel Admission          €15 About                  Children will engage in the awesome world of science with these seasonal STEM workshops run by Planet Science Kidz   Title                      Remnants Date                     Friday 30th November – 26th January Time                     10-5pm, […]

Pat Kinevane’s New Play “Before” At The Source Arts Centre

Before Written & Performed by Pat Kinevane Directed by Jim Culleton   Pat Kinevane is one of Ireland’s finest actors, and the man behind a trilogy of plays that explore what it is to be marginalised, a person on the edge, a person on the outside looking in. A multiple award-winner, Pat Kinevane has a […]

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