Highlights aplenty as The Source reveals its new season schedule

As winter takes hold it’s comforting to know that The Source Arts Centre’s priority is your cultural and entertainment needs.

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 for the new season and book your favourite shows to avail of early bird offers and prepare to be entertained!

There are still tickets left for the last of the December shows, amongst the many sell outs. Bring the family along to Ballet Ireland’s ‘Carmen’ on December 19th or the Opera Theatre Company’s ‘Sing & Be Merry’ featuring Virginia Kerr and Thurles Cathedral Choir on December 22nd.

A gift voucher or tickets to Neil Delamere’s new show on December 27th would make for an ideal Christmas present.

Here is a taste of what you can look forward to on stage in the New Year - ‘Tom Crean – Antartic Explorer’: Aidan Dooley returns with his sensational show. Don’t miss it.

‘Hunka, Dunne & Robinson Trio’: Sublime Baroque and Klezmer music as well as film classics.

The Henry Girls: Up-and-coming folk-Americana trio from Donegal. Prepare to be charmed.

‘A Skull in Connemara’: One of Martin McDonagh’s Leenane Trilogy – a superb production.

‘Me, Mollser’: Abbey Theatre’s interactive theatre show for children based on Seán O’Casey’s ‘The Plough and the Stars’.

‘My Brother Peter’: The Irish Chamber Orchestra collaborates with theatre stars Patrick Mason and Bosco Hogan.

‘Little Thing, Big Thing’: Donal O’Kelly and Sorcha Fox star in a new show from Fishamble.

‘The Summit’: A stunning documentary on the big screen remembers Ger McDonnell.

For all bookings please call 0504 90204 or visit www.thesourceartscentre.ie