Scottish Group Southern Tenant Folk Union Feature At The Source

Southern Tenant Folk Union are a Scottish folk- bluegrass band from Edinburgh and their new album Hello Cold Goodbye Sun is their fifth to be released since they formed in 2006.

Southern Tenant Folk Union are a Scottish folk- bluegrass band from Edinburgh and their new album Hello Cold Goodbye Sun is their fifth to be released since they formed in 2006.

Their live show is exciting, engaging and in their hands bluegrass is effortlessly blended with other genres.

Previous albums have been widely praised and they have also performed live in session on BBC Radio and on RTE. Indeed, these musicians have been marked as one of the bands to watch out for in 2013.

Southern Tenant Folk Union are a seven-piece acoustic band with banjo, mandolin, fiddle & harmony vocals and with nods to The Carter Family and Steve Earle.

The band performs with soul and beauty on their murder ballads and laments and tear it up with their hootenanny sawdust-kickers and high energy sound!

If you love folk and bluegrass you will fall in love with this captivating live act. Southern Tenant Folk Union play the Source Arts Centre in Thurles on Saturday, February 16th. Tickets are priced at E15.

Why not make a night of it and come along early to enjoy a delicious meal at The Source Café from 7pm.

The Source Bar will be open from 7pm.

For bookings please visit thesourceartscentre.ie or call the box office on 0504 90204.

David O’Doherty

Our favorite comedian, writer, film star, television star and ex-professional cyclist is back. The one, the only David O’Doherty.

As with many comedians, appearances can be deceptive, and in O’Doherty’s case the shabby look, bumbling delivery and cheap kids’ Casio keyboard mask a razor-sharp wit and a deliciously dark outlook on life.

As far as we are concerned Channel 4’s 8 Out of Ten Cats has never been better since he became a regular panelist.

O’Doherty is so witty, charming and self-deprecating his grouchiness actually enhances his comedy shows.

Early booking for David O’Dhoerty’s show on Friday, February 15th at the Source Arts Centre in advised and tickets are priced at E18 (E14 concession).

Why not make a night of it and come along early to enjoy a delicious meal at The Source Café from 7pm.

The Source Bar will be open from 7pm.

For bookings please visit thesourceartscentre.ie or call the box office on 0504 90204.

Five Minutes Of Fame

Following its success in 2011 Open Mic Night is back.

Once again our doors are open and the stage is yours. From young to old we extend a warm invitation for you to showcase your talent, whether it is music, poetry, song, dance or comedy.

If you have a band that want a break this could be it or, if you are in a dance troop that needs a stage, then come down to The Source Arts Centre.

The Source has twenty performance slots available on the night, each of five minutes in duration.

And, the winning act will get to perform at The Source Family Fun Day this summer.

To enter all you have to do is collect an entry form from the box office or download one online and return the completed forms before Friday, March 1st.

Please include your name, address, email address, phone number and age. The entry fee is E5 and the show will take place on Saturday, March 16th at 8pm.

Tickets to see the performances are just E5.

Why not make a night of it and come along early to enjoy a delicious meal at The Source Café from 7pm. The Source Bar will be open from 7pm. For bookings please visit thesourceartscentre.ie or call 0504 90204.