What's on in Tipperary: Going Out Guide
Award winning singer songwriter Don Stiffe is set to play at the Racket Hall in Roscrea on the 20th of April as part of fundraising efforts by Roscrea Hospice Fundraising Committee for North Tipperary Hospice. Tickets are €10 and are available from Racket Hall, Theresa Larkin School of music, Pattersons Hardware Main St Roscrea and from any Roscrea Hospice Committee Member.
Make a Wish Foundation fundraiser
Fundraising Dance on Saturday 5th May Resource Centre Cappawhite 9.30pm. Music by Peter Burke €10. Tea provided. Donations of cakes, buns etc would be appreciated. Tickets in all shops, Armshaws Bar, Aisling Armshaw and Cecilia.
Ireland's definitive Motown/ Soul Big Band experience perform at The Source for the first time. This ten piece outfit deliver an incredible performance of all those 1960's classics we all know and love. At The Source Arts Centre on Friday 20 April 2018 at 9pm. Tickets €12.
Tickets for the annual Cat Laughs festival (May 31- June 4) featuring Jason Manford and Aisling Bea are on sale now. For full line up visit www.catlaughs.com
The West's Awake
Hudson Taylor, Rebel Hearts, The Papa Zita's, Seskin Lane and Wig Wam Glam Band are among the acts set to take to the stage in Clonoulty this June as part of the annual West's Awake festival. Concert takes place in Clonoulty GAA grounds on Sunday 3 June. Gates open 12.30pm. Full bar on the day and tickets cost €20 in advance and €25 on the day.
In Drombane Hall this Friday 20th April from 9 to 12. Music by Michael Collins. All are welcome.
Christy and the band ASLAN will be playing in the Golden GAA complex on Saturday 4th August. Tickets €20 on sale from May 1st.
Shout! The Musical
A nostalgic nod to London’s 'swinging sixties' swings by Thurles next month when 'Shout!' The Musical hits the stage in the Source Arts Centre on May 12. The musical follows five young female subscribers to a fictional magazine called Shout!, “the magazine for the modern woman”, as they come of age during the liberating 1960s that made England swing.
A stellar lineup of artists including Nathan Carter, Derek Ryan, Jimmy Buckley, Michael English, Cliona Hagan and Louise Morrissey are set to return to the fields of Holycross this July for the annual Cut Loose country music festival. The festival, now in its seventh year, has cemented it's status as one of the top country music line ups in the country attracting thousands of fans to Holycross Ballycahill GAA grounds. This is a family friendly event, welcoming children under 12 to the festival for free once accompanied by an adult. Tickets cost €20 and are available now from tickets.ie, and all SuperValu's and Centra stores nationwide. Cut Loose takes place on Sunday July 15th.