My Brother Peter – A romantic score for Valentines night at The Source Thurles

Much has been written about Tchaikovsky’s relationships, his sexuality, failed marriage, familial ties, disputes and their impact on his musical career. Tchaikovsky was a man of intrigue. A unique night is promised as one of Ireland’s biggest stars of stage and screen Bosco Hogan takes on the role of the composer’s brother Modest. The Irish […]

New Year comedy and theatre at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

Jason Byrne   After being cooped up in the BBC, writing and recording his sitcom, Father Figure for the past few months Jason Byrne is bursting for a chat. He comes back to The Source Arts Centre this January to do what he does best – unleash comedy mayhem.   Jason’s recent Wrecking Ball spoof […]

New Season Highlights at The Source Arts Centre Thurles

As winter takes hold it’s comforting to know that The Source Arts Centre’s priority is your cultural and entertainment needs. So, get your hands on a copy of the brochure and book your favourite shows to avail of early bird offers; prepare to be entertained!   There are still tickets left for the last of […]

Neil Delamere – Smart Bomb at The Source Thurles

One of the biggest names on the Irish comedy scene, Neil Delamere returns to the Premier County with his highly anticipated new show, Smart Bomb. Renowned for acutely observed yarns and his signature whip smart audience banter, don’t miss this 5 star comedy livewire in action in the Source Theatre on Friday, December 27th and […]

Sparkling Seasonal Songs with Thurles Cathedral Choir at The Source

We have a very special treat for all you music lovers this season as seasoned and rising stars from Irish Opera take to the stage alongside Thurles Cathedral Choir. Internationally acclaimed soprano Virginia Kerr is delighted to introduce members of Opera Theatre Company’s talented Young Artist’s Programme, Margaret Bridge and Cormac Lawlor, for this celebration […]

Staring at Lakes an evening with Michael Harding at The Source Thurles

In his beautifully written memoir, award winning novelist, playwright and Irish Times columnist Michael Harding talks with humour and honesty about his journey, leaving the priesthood in his 30s, settling among the lakes of lovely Leitrim with his artist wife, the depression that eventually consumed him in the months during and following a debilitating illness, […]

The Frankie Valli Story at The Source Thurles

The Frankie Valli Story A one-man Jersey Boys style show   This is more than just another Frankie Valli tribute act. The star, writer, producer, choreographer and only member of the show is the super talented Stephen James. He really is the nearest to Frankie Valli as you are ever likely to hear, re-creating Valli’s […]

Lambert Puppet Theatre presents Cinderella at The Source Thurles

The Lambert Puppet Theatre is now widely recognized as the premier touring puppet Theatre Company throughout Ireland, the UK and Europe. From its earliest beginnings the Lambert family has been involved with RTÉ, working on the hugely popular series Wanderly Wagon. Paula Lambert was the voice of Bosco for seventeen years and indeed Bosco is […]

Comedian Bernard O’Shea – The Source Arts Centre Thurles

He’s always on the telly. He co-presented The New Comedy Awards with Jennifer Maguire. He also did some stand up on The Liffey Laughs and Just for Laughs on RTE back in the noughties. And now, fresh from weekly humiliation on RTÉ’s Republic of Telly, Bernard O’Shea is bringing his unique brand of bizzare and hysterical stand-up […]

Beyond the Brooklyn Sky at The Source Thurles

Red Kettle Theatre Company and Garter Lane Arts Centre present Beyond the Brooklyn Sky Written by Michael Hillard Mulcahy Directed by Peter Sheridan   A compelling play about a group of friends that grew up together in Kerry and emigrated to the States in the 80’s, some of them stayed, some of them came back, […]

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