Are you an artist? Do you have
an idea for a project involving local communities? We are seeking Expressions of Interest for 2025 Arts Engagement Projects. The deadline is 4pm on Thursday, February 29th.
Discover the Essence of Our Community! We are thrilled to invite you to the much-anticipated IDENTITY Exhibition, showcasing the incredible work done by various local community groups and members over the past year during our community outreach workshops with Kay O'Donoghue. This extraordinary event is a celebration of our collective creativity and the diverse voices that make our community unique.
Ready to discover the joy of dance? Join our weekly dance workshops for people ages 50+ led by dance artist Mia DiChiaro. Nurture your creative spirit and explore the joy of movement in a supportive and inclusive environment. No experience required!
Are you a woman experiencing peri menopause or menopause? Join Fionnuala McKenna and engage in the exploration of women’s voices through various art forms. These narratives will then be developed further by artists within professional settings i.e., theatre, film, dance etc to deliver the voice of women as represented by the participants.
See us, bring to life, the story behind the song. Venture into the deep blue sea and join Baby on the adventure of a life-time. Come and help, Mummy & Daddy prepare Baby for the first day of school, with lots of exhilarating crowd interaction.
LGBTQ community meet-ups provide safe and inclusive space for connection and celebration with mutual support and a sense of belonging. Join us for engaging discussions and fun activities such as game nights, hikes, coffee catch ups and much more!
Maura Kennedy is an abstract artist working mainly in oils on canvas. She has taken part in many group exhibitions in Limerick, Clare, Tipperary and Cork. Maura believes in the power of colour, energy and emotion in art and its ability to enhance our lives. Some paintings take on a will of their own, hence the title ‘Enigma’
First Friday of Every Month at 10am, FREE event Calling all artists working and living in North Tipperary. We would love to welcome you to Nenagh Arts Centre the first Friday of every month for an Artists Coffee Meet-up at...
Every first Tuesday of the month! Join us for photography meet up. Are you passionate about capturing moments, exploring new angles, and sharing your love for photography? We invite shutterbugs of all levels to come together to exchange ideas, learn from each other, and simply indulge in the joy of photography.
Join us for a delightful workshop with Lynn Kirkham from The GreenMantle, where we'll celebrate the vibrant arrival of spring by crafting beautiful wreaths and decorations using fresh, colorful willow, delicate catkins, and other natural seasonal delights.
Mark your calendars for a spectacle like no other! The Nenagh Youth Drama Festival promises an unforgettable experience for families, friends, and drama enthusiasts alike showcasing work of the local, talented, young people. This event is a celebration of the work achieved by our Nenagh Youth Theatre members.
Discover the magic of printmaking with members of Mná na nEalain female art collective .We are thrilled to invite females to explore your creativity through printmaking in an informative hands on relaxed environment. In this workshop you will get to explore letterpress and intaglio printmaking techniques, and learn how to use both techniques to open up your own inner creativity!
This inaugural exhibition features photographs by the members of the Nenagh Street Collective, showcasing images that hold personal significance for the individuals within the Collective. The displayed photos, encompassing both film and digital media, epitomise the diverse and evolving landscape of contemporary photography.
Ireland’s greatest jazz and blues singer Mary Coughlan handpicked Ultan Conlon to go on the road along with an all-star band! This amalgam of talent is sure to captivate, fascinate & resonate with audiences around Ireland.
Learn how to make a homemade loom from cardboard and create unique woven pieces using plastic, twine, and wool. We will also create beautiful woven vessels made from twine and wool by re-purposing single-use plastic and paper containers.
Join us at Nenagh Arts Centre for our Easter Stop Motion Animation Camp facilitated by BrickFlicks. Learn all the basics of how to animate in stop motion using your favourite LEGO character! Shoot spells, fight superheroes and blast rockets or fall through portals!
It’s not easy to get by in this crazy old world, is it? But Fred and Alice have discovered that all you really need are 2 tennis rackets, disproportionate reactions to minor accidents, an immature coping strategy and each other.
After some time sitting on the couch we are back to real life. Trousers instead of tracksuit bottoms and coffee and a biscuit instead of four gin and tonics and half a cheese cake. In this show Gearóid takes a look at the litany of things in our lives that just don't measure up. Everything from his generic-looking cat to Shania Twain.
Barking Dog's adaptation of the second "Alice" book. Alice meets, among others, a talking flower, Tweedle Dum and Dweedle Dee, Humpty Dumpty, The Red And White Knights, The White Queen and The Red Queen too. Barking Dog's two talented actors (with the help of some puppets and children from the audience) present this exciting tale.
What does it feel like to be at home in our skin and in our bodies? Photographer Noel Shelley documents Tipperary Dance’s performance ensemble of older dancers, Age in Movement. The exhibition traces their unique and vibrant choreographic process, guided by dance artist Mia DiChiaro.
Angie, mischievous and fun loving, reflects on her life as “the other woman”…It is the first anniversary of Martin’s death - Angie’s lover. His family has come to visit his grave. Angie watches the mourners from the safety of her car, hidden under the Yew tree. She remains unseen, her own grief buried deep within. She remembers the foxes, appearing in formation like a string of ugly thoughts…..
It is a visual dance performance for audiences 4+. With playful energy, impressive acrobatics, comic timing and a joyful soundscape, two dancers create a magical world through the clever manipulation of simple balloons.
Edel Meade is one of Ireland's leading jazz vocalists noted for her stunning voice and mesmerising live performances. For this special Bealtaine event, Edel will perform a selection of timeless jazz classics made famous by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Peggy Lee.