What’s On In The Source Arts Centre Thurles?

Gaybo comes to The Source

Gaybo comes to The Source

Spring has finally sprung and with it the prospect of many exciting performances, films, workshops and exhibits at The Source Arts Centre. Eloise Loughnane has been taking a look & reports here.

Sowing the Seeds of Dance – Community Dance Project

The highly successful Sowing the Seeds of Dance Community Dance Project, with pubic dance classes for all ages and dance in education workshops, anyone can get involved so abandon your notions of dance and try a class. Over 200 participants have taken part so far, why don’t you? No experience necessary & tickets reasonable priced.

Crawford Art Gallery

Crawford Art Gallery, Cork comes to Thurles. Tipperary Bealtaine Festival presents “The Way Home,” featuring works by Daniel O’Neill, Gerard Dillon, Barrie Cooke and Norah McGuinness to name but a few. School outreach and a public lecture by Dr. Peter Jordan make this a very special show. Also in the gallery this season is local artist P.J O’Connell who will show work from the past 30 years and also create new work in situ in his gallery studio during June.

Gay Byrne, David McSavage, Gemma Hayes, Ballet Ireland

A host of stars are coming to Thurles, in the coming weeks with season highlights including:-
Gay Byrne Live: A chance to hear Gaybo’s best stories from an outstanding career.
David McSavage: Savage Eye star is coming to town – lock up your daughters!
Gemma Hayes: Local girl Gemma brings an eclectic blend of folk, pop & electronics.
Ballet Ireland’s ‘Cinderella – after the ball’: An alternative take on a classic fairytale.
Silent: Award-winning and sensational show written and performed by Pat Kinevane – highly recommended.
The Man in a Woman’s Shoes: A charming piece of Irish theatre for Bealtaine.
Box of Frogs: Mary McEvoy, John Moynes & Dil Wickremasing, sharing stories of their personal experience with mental health & with a good dose of humour added in.

Children’s events

Upcoming Children’s events include:
Tic Teac: Playful interactive show for 3-6 year olds, using simple Irish, English & Song.
The Bockety World of Henry Bucket: Barnstorm return with stunning children’s theatre.
Wonderland Drama Workshop at Easter and Summer Workshops in theatre, art & design, singing and other activities for children from 4 years.

Information: For dates, bookings and more information on all events Click HERE or ring The Source Box Office on Tel: 0504 90204.


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