Busy Weekend Of Family Entertainment Ahead as Biggest Ever Literary Festival Takes Place in Nenagh and Dromineer

A busy weekend of workshops, readings, café trails, discussions, walking tours, and the very special literary event on the lake is ahead for the people of Nenagh and Dromineer as the county’s only dedicated Literary Festival finally begins. This year’s Festival is the biggest ever, over five days, and hosts a packed programme of writers […]

The Countdown is on for Féile ’19 taking place this weekend at Semple Stadium

The final stage timetable has been confirmed for this weekend’s festival which will host a world beating range of Irish performers including Sinead O’Connor, The Stunning, Horslips and Sultans of Ping and some very special guests. Curated by Tom Dunne, FÉILE ‘19 will see one of the strongest Irish music line-ups ever assembled take to […]

Culture night in Thurles – Events at The Source Arts Centre Thurles – Tipperary on Film

The Source Arts Centre is screening a series of short films, music video and documentaries – works created in Tipperary over the past three years – over Culture Night afternoon and early evening – Friday September 20th at the Source Arts Centre. There has been an upsurge in film-making activity in the county with the […]

Compelling Stories; Real and Raw in TG4’s new Autumn Schedule

Powerful storytelling forms the backbone of TG4’s new Autumn schedule launched today in Cork City. TG4 is renowned for its documentaries and this season will not disappoint, with an array of compelling and moving stories that reflect Irish life.  There is something for everyone in the line-up of music, sport, entertainment and travel programming that […]

Here, There and Everywhere: Rosita Boland in Conversation with Manchán Magan in Dromineer Nenagh Literary Festival

Living in North Tipperary affords us the best of many worlds. We have mountainous areas, the best of agricultural land as well as bog, and the lordly Shannon to the north western borders of the county. Standing at the Millennium Cross recently, with several counties visible from that magnificent viewing spot, the eye travelled beyond […]

Expanded Dromineer Nenagh Literary Festival Attracts Celebrity Authors To Nenagh

International award winning authors Joseph O’Connor and local success Donal Ryan are among the celebrity authors who will be attending this year’s Dromineer Nenagh Literary Festival to be held in venues in the town and lakeside village over the first week of October. The festival, expanded this year to six days, will be the biggest […]

Upcoming events for June and July at Nenagh Arts Centre

Irish Chamber Orchestra featuring Barry McGovern “Testimony” – Wednesday 26th June, 8pm, Tickets: €26.00 In Testimony, the ICO reflects on the life of Dmitri Shostakovich in Russia, his relationship with Josef Stalin and with peers Aleksandr Glazunov, Sergei Prokofiev and Igor Stravinksy. Premiering at Nenagh Arts Centre, this fascinating piece of music theatre captures the […]

North Tipp Author’s Centenary Book Launch

North Tipp author Brendan Lynch last week (June 5) launched his new book, Yesterday We Were in America, to commemorate this year’s centenary of the first 1919 Atlantic flight. The book details the tribulations of Manchester men John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown, who flew their open-cockpit Vimy plane from St. John’s, Newfoundland to Connemara […]

Upcoming events for June at Nenagh Arts Centre

Face The Short Kick Out – Friday 14th June, 8pm, Tickets: €15.00 / € 12.00 (Group Bookings Available – Contact the Box Office for details) Face the Short Kick Out is a power packed piece of drama laced with rich earthy humour throughout. There are few, if any, families who don’t have some connection with […]

Inside America’s Opioid Crisis – New episode of UCC’s podcast – Plain Speaking

More American’s have died in the opioid crisis, than in both World Wars, outlined a former White House drug policy adviser, on the latest episode of UCC’s Plain Speaking podcast. Between 2001 and 2015, over 530,000 American’s died of drug overdoses, which was more than died in the World War One and World War Two […]

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