John B Keane’s classic play ‘Big Maggie’ at The Source Thurles

The Fionn Mac Cumhaill Players return for the second time this year with John B Keane’s classic play ‘Big Maggie’. Newly widowed, with four children, Maggie Polpin is now ready to take power into her own hands, but at what cost? And what will her children say? This play has it all, revenge, greed and an […]

The Ultimate Garth Brooks Experience comes to Thurles

In October 2009, 8 years after trading in his Stetson, Garth Brooks announced that he was coming back out of retirement to perform weekly at the world renowned Wynn Resort in Las Vegas, and with the possibility of a world tour on the cards in the years following. This resulted in a resurrection of the […]

The Secret Life of Suitcases comes to The Source this month

The Secret Life of Suitcases Larry’s got no time for fun, but that’s all about to change… Larry works in an office and he likes it very much. He likes sorting and tidying and generally putting things in order. Everything in its place, a place for everything. But one day, a suitcase suddenly appears at […]

Free entertainment and 10 year birthday celebrations at The Source – Culture Night 2016

Culture Night comprises hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From nation’s capital to county town, everyone’s getting involved and The Source Arts Centre is opening its doors until late on Friday 16 September for an evening of free entertainment and birthday celebrations for you, your family and friends to enjoy. The Source is 10 […]

Family Day 2016 – Free entertainment for families at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

The Source Arts Centre and Library puts its best artistic foot forward for its annual Family Day onSaturday 25 June. Starting at 11 am the free entertainment and events includes workshops and chats for kids, opening with a workshop on the current ‘30 Years, Artists, Places’ exhibition in the Gallery space. You can join the […]

Live Music at The Source with Anderson and Seskin Lane on Saturday 7th May

Saturday 7th May 9pm Tickets €10 The very talented Anderson-Solo and Thurles band Seskin Lane play support on the night. A great double bill of music is promised! To coincide with the release of his new single The Existential Vacuum, Anderson announces a solo tour of some of the country’s most intimate venues. Anderson performs the […]

Revolutionary Roadshow arrives in Thurles 13th February!

The School of History, University College Cork and Tipperary County Council are pleased to announce that that a ‘Revolutionary Decade Roadshow’ will be held in The Source Arts Centre, Thurles, county Tipperary, on Saturday 13th February from 11am-4pm. The event – which is free, open to all and for which no pre-registration is required– follows […]

Thurles actress plays lead in Lockdown – A satirical comedy about war and remembrance

Lockdown  is  a new satirical comedy from writer Gerard Humphreys. In the wake of the 1916 commemoration. Clodagh O’ Farrell, a senior captain from Army HQ recently returned from Lebanon, attempts to coordinate the military aspect of the celebration with leadership and clarity despite the objections and undermining forces of her greedy and corrupt government […]

Award winning comedian David O’Doherty live at The Source

Our favorite comedian, writer, film star, television star and ex professional cyclist is back. The one, the only David O’Doherty. As with many comedians, appearances can be deceptive, and in O’Doherty’s case the shabby look, bumbling delivery and cheap kids’ Casio keyboard mask a razor-sharp wit and a deliciously dark outlook on life. As far […]

Roscrea Band The Winter Passing are Ireland’s newest export

Formed in 2012, Roscrea Band The Winter Passing are Ireland’s newest export. Over the years, Ireland has produced some incredibly fine music and it’s easy to forget just how good some of the bands have been, indie-pop darlings The Cranberries are still going strong, and back in the day when megastars U2 were really good, they were […]

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