The Source Arts Centre has your autumn entertainment covered

The September–November 2014 brochure is hitting doorsteps as we speak and it’s good to know that The Source has your autumn nights covered.

The September–November 2014 brochure is hitting doorsteps as we speak and it’s good to know that The Source has your autumn nights covered.

There is some great theatre coming from the US and the UK and kicking off a packed season of plays is the dark and mysterious ‘What Happened Bridgie Cleary’ on Friday, September 5th.

This production by Limerick’s Bottom Dog Theatre is based on the shocking true story of Tipperary woman Bridget Cleary.

Theatre and book lovers alike will be equally thrilled to see ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’ on stage Friday-Saturday, October 17th-18th. This heart-warming production has played to standing ovations across the country.

Music lovers have plenty to choose from this season with the return of the charming Jimmy MacCarthy, a party night with Abba Forever, Johnny Duhan and Phil Coulter to name but a few.

If comedy is your thing Gary Cooke (one third of ‘Aprés Match’) is sure to tickle your funny bone with his new show on September 13th followed by Ireland’s quirkiest comedian David O’Doherty on November 22nd.

Local artistic endeavours will be celebrated on September 19th at Culture Night - featuring new plays and films as well as local music, all made in Tipperary. ‘Tipperary Tales’ will feature short films made here over the decades and September also includes a new play from Annacarty-based Paul Maher, ‘Angel Dust and Dallas’ featuring Áine Ryan from Upperchurch.

The Source Arts Centre remembers poet Dennis O’Driscoll during a public interview with novelist and broadcaster John Kelly as well as an afternoon poetry workshop with Enda Wiley. Both authors will celebrate Dennis’ work on September 27th.

Kilkenny-born artist Lucy McKenna will transform the gallery into a temporary environment where diverging theories about existence overlap. Come along on September 12th to meet Lucy and get an insight into her inspiration and creative process, including local research.

Finally, The Source Arts Centre welcomes back The Speks, a band of merry music makers from Glasses Island who will have you singing, cheering, clapping and dancing all the way through their lively show for young families on Saturday, September 20.

To contact the box office or learn more about these exciting events please visit thesourceartscentre.ie or alternatively call the box office on 0504 90204.