Gyrne & Gimble Productions and Verdant Productions present John Breen’s outstanding ‘Alone It Stands’ at the Source Arts Centre on Friday, October 4th and Saturday, October 5th (8pm).
Tickets for this terrific production are priced at €20 (concession €18) - for bookings please visit thesourceartscentre.ie or call the box office on 0504 90204.
‘Alone It Stands’ tells the now legendary story of October 31st, 1978 when Munster played the mighty All Blacks in a David versus Goliath scenario at Thomond Park. Munster served up one of the sporting stories of the century when they played like their lives depended on it and beat the All Blacks 12-0.
With a mesmeric ensemble, six actors recreate sixty-two roles in re-telling this inspiring story.
Following its massive success on its run at The Source six years ago ‘Alone It Stands’ returns as part of a nationwide tour. Both rugby and theatre fans alike will love this hilarious production in equal measure.
The Source Arts Centre is delighted with all the positive feedback about the range of top quality acts that have graced the stage over the last few months, so roll on the winter months because there is plenty more where that came from!
On Friday, October 18th, for instance, pianist Hugh Tinney & violinist Catherine Leonard will make a welcome return to The Source to perform sonatas by Beethoven, Brahms and Fauré. A magical evening of classical music by two of Ireland’s foremost musicians is promised.
On Saturday, October 26th A Wine Goose Chase - sit back in The Source Café & Bar and let Susan Boyle fill your glass (literally) as she takes you on a takes you on a trip with the tenacious Irish people who transformed the wine world.
For more events and bookings please see thesourceartscentre.ie or call the box office on 0504 90204.
As a former documentary filmmaker Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-Eda has a talent for giving his films a naturalistic feel, even when touching on subjects with a mystical slant such as his latest, ‘I Wish’, the story of two brothers trying to reunite their family. Brothers Koichi and Ryunosuke are devastated when their parents’ divorce means they will be separated from each other. One day Koichi hears a rumour that a supernatural energy is created at the point two new bullet trains pass each other and convinces his brother they must embark on a trip together to find the magical location so they can wish for their parents to be reunited. ‘I Wish’ will be screened at The Source Arts Centre in Thurles on Wednesday, October 2nd at 8pm. Tickets: €9 (€7 concession & €5 for Film Club members). Call 0504 90204 or visit www.thesourceartscentre.ie.