The Source Arts Centre in Thurles has unveiled an exciting schedule of events for the summer season. Indeed, The Source Family Open Day returns on July 6th when Thurles Library and The Source Arts Centre open their doors to the curious. On offer are craft making, story-telling, back stage tours and live music on the boardwalk with a tasty BBQ. See www.thesourceartscentre.ie for more.
The Ryan Gathering: The Source and Thurles will be buzzing in August when the arts centre welcome Ryans from all over the world. Highlights include genealogy workshops and The Four of Us on stage.
Watch out too for the following great shows:- A Practical Guide to Women - a theatrical comedy from Thurles’ own Donal Gallagher. O’Sullivan Beara - Aidan Dooley (Tom Crean Antartic Explorer) performs his new show. Jack Lukeman - The 27 Club is clocking up sell-out crowds around the country and five-star reviews. Fly Me to the Moon - Marie Jones’ new comedy comes to Thurles as part of a national tour. Derek Ryan - the new heart throb of country music is taking the country by storm. Culture Night - the arts centre will throw open the doors to performers from the local community. Piaf – Christine Bovil - a highlight of 2012 Edinburgh Fringe brings her homage to an icon. The Nualas - belly laughs a plenty await with the glamorous queens of Irish stand up. Alone it Stands - relive Munster’s victory over the All Blacks on October 31, 1978 – a firm favourite for Munster and theatre fans.
Post-show discussions: the staff at the Source Arts Centre want to make your performance experience more enriching. So, be sure to stick around after a show where you see the symbol for a chat with the artist.
All the staff at the Source Arts Centre are looking forward to seeing you to this summer.
For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 0504 90204 or pay a visit to thesourceartscentre.ie.