Next Week at Nenagh Arts Centre

FILM: ‘BLUE JASMINE- 8pm THURSDAY 5TH JUNE After ‘Vicky Christina Barcelona’, ‘Midnight in Paris’, and ‘To Rome with Love’, Woody Allen returns to American soil with ‘Blue Jasmine’– a return that brings with it some of the sharp-edged wit that was perhaps absent from his overseas triptych. Cate Blanchett is outstanding as Jasmine, a down-and-out […]

The Source Arts Centre & Library Children’s Art Competition

The Source Family Fun Day is on Saturday 28th June 2014 and to celebrate we are inviting children to take part in an art competition. Prize giving for both age categories will take place during Family Fun Day. What do you have to do? Use your imagination to draw or paint a picture with a […]

Lambo at The Source – Gerry Ryan killed a lamb. Kind of. Maybe.

1987: a story hits the headlines that sends an unsuspecting Irish nation reeling in shock and disgust. A story of brutality and bloodshed, depravity and gross deception. A story of murder.   What starts as a radio slot about survival guides on the Gay Byrne Show quickly descends into a media frenzy. With blood on his […]

This week at Nenagh Arts Centre

This week at Nenagh Arts Centre…. Film: ‘Quartet’ This Thursday 8th May, as part of the Bealtaine festival Nenagh Arts Centre are screening ‘Quartet’. Based on Ronald Harwood’s stage play of the same name, QUARTET is a wickedly comic film about redefining old age and growing old with hope; demonstrating how art and the human spirit […]

‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ – a celebration of 50 years of the Drifters at Nenagh Arts Centre

You won’t believe your ears when you hear, ‘Save The Last Dance for Me –50 Years of Drifters Hits’ a show which brings the unique motown flavour of the Drifters to Nenagh for one night only on Saturday week, April 12th.   With a sound so close to the original, expect to hear favourite hits including ‘Saturday Night […]

German film ‘The Lives of Others’ this Thursday at Nenagh Arts Centre

Screening this Thursday at Nenagh Arts Centre, ‘The Lives of Others’ is set in East Germany during the last gasps of the soviet era. The film tells the story of intelligence officer Gerd Wiesler, who is commissioned to spy on a writer and his actress partner by a corrupt government official. While working on the case, Wiesler is immersed […]

James Kilbane at Nenagh Arts Centre on this Saturday, April 5th

Christian, country, gospel, country and Irish singer, the multi-platinum selling James Kilbane brings his show to Nenagh Arts Centre on this Saturday the 5th of April. Introduced to the public when he was the runner up in Ireland’s national talent television show You’re A Star in 2004, since then James has established his career with his mix of styles   James will sing many popular Irish, country and […]

Coming up at Nenagh Arts Centre

Eleanor McEvoy plays at Nenagh Arts Centre this Saturday 1st March. Eleanor McEvoy performs in the intimate setting of Nenagh Arts Centre on this Saturday 1st of March.  McEvoy’s shows are emotional, uplifting affairs in which she explores soul, love and humour, using her own compositions and interpretations from other songbooks, with her unique voice and beautiful […]

Eleanor McEvoy set for 1st March date at Nenagh Arts Centre

Eleanor McEvoy brings her ‘Girl in a Black Car’ Tour to Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday 1st of March.   Her performances are intimate, emotional, uplifting affairs in which she explores soul, love and humour, using own compositions and interpretations from other songbooks, with her unique voice and beautiful playing.    Formerly a session musician, including […]

John Wayne classic ‘The Searchers’ screens at Nenagh Arts Centre, Thursday 20th February

Nenagh Arts Centre brings back it’s big screen classic cinema season with the classic John Ford/John Wayne western ‘The Searchers’.   Set during the latter part of the Texas–Indian Wars, the film stars John Wayne as a middle-aged Civil War veteran Ethan Edwards, who spends years looking for his niece (Natalie Wood) who was abducted […]

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