Live Forever - the definitive tribute to Oasis feature at The Source Arts Centre in Thurles on Saturday, June 11th at 9pm.
Live Forever are the next best thing to well, the real thing! The Irish tribute act got together in 2010 and have not looked back since. Indeed, they are now one of the most sought after live shows on the circuit today.
Live Forever recreate the look and they bring back to life the timeless hits from the 90s when Brit pop was at its height and follow through with a hit from Oasis’ final album 'Dig Out Your Soul'.
The audience will be expected to sing along to classics like ‘Champagne Supernova’, ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’, ‘Columbia’, ‘Wonderwall’ and that nugget that Noel and the boys kept especially for a b-side.
Mark June 11th in the diary for yet another rock and roll gig night at The Source.
Live Forever - the definitive tribute to Oasis feature at The Source on Saturday, June 11th at 9pm.
For all bookings and enquiries please call the box office 0504 90204 (Tuesday to Friday 10am to 5pm, Saturday 2-5pm) or book online at thesourceartscentre.ie.
'30 YEARS, ARTISTS, PLACES'
One of the most significant exhibitions of Irish artists in recent years was launched in Glór, Ennis in December ahead of an extensive nationwide tour. The exhibition marks thirty years since local authorities embarked on providing for the arts locally, featuring thirty artists and thirty places.
This is a must-see, not just for the extraordinary line-up of Irish artists who rarely find themselves curated into one room, but for the stories of how they each came to be purchased, commissioned or acquired by local authorities, therein lies the real narrative; the quiet, genuine and imaginative support for Irish artists demonstrated by our local government for the past thirty years.
Featuring in the exhibition are renowned artists such as Tony O’Malley, Alice Maher, Robert Ballagh, John Kindness, Norah McGuiness, Sean McSweeney, Sean Lynch and John Shinnors alongside along-side artists such as Jenny Brady, Julie Merriman and David Stephenson and many others. The resulting collection speaks of places, people and home which reflects upon local authority arts development as just that, of a place and of a people, of rural and urban Ireland, of home in a changing island where we are bold with new ideas but rooted in our past.
This touring exhibition, which is being funded by the Arts Council, is the first real public telling of this story. '30 Years, Artists, Places' has been curated by Muireann Ní Chonaill, Laois Arts Officer.
For all bookings and enquiries please call The Source box office on 0504 90204 or book online at thesourceartscentre.ie.