Bantracht’ is an exhibition hosted by selected members of the Mná na nEalain- a network of established and emerging female artists and creatives in Ireland, which evolved from the Creative Europe Womarts Program.
Join us for two short adaptations from the quill of William Shakespeare, ‘Othello and The Merchant of Venice’. The setting for both stories is Venice and the tensions are high, as the characters confront issues of racism, duplicity, lies and deceit, whilst being led through a tangle of dialogue by two strong and virtuous heroines.
whether you're an absolute beginner or an experienced knitter come and join us to help transform the outside of Nenagh Arts Centre with brightly coloured knitting! If you have wool and needles to spare bring them along, otherwise, just bring yourself, we'll have plenty to go round. Our monthly craft sessions are a free, fun way to chat and get creative. It's a chance to meet new people, learn new skills, share ideas and have a laugh.
Easter is coming! Hop down to the Arts Centre for two fun workshops for kids and teenagers. Emma and Laoise from AuNTIe Fashion will teach younger children how to sew Easter Bunny! Teenagers will have a chance to explore stitching techniques to create one-of-a-kind tote bags from upcycled fabrics.
First Friday of Every Month, 10am, 03 March 2023 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 Meetup at...
While everyone's cancer journey is unique there are lots of shared experiences and feelings. If you'd like to meet other people with similar experiences in a creative, friendly environment come to this workshop.
Have you got a craft project you've been meaning to finish or one you've wanted to get started. Have you jewellery or clothes you've been meaning to fix? Bring it along and do it in company! Our monthly craft sessions are a free, fun way to chat and get creative. It's a chance to meet new people, learn new skills, share ideas and have a laugh. Places are limited so booking is essential.
Discover the behaviours and interactions of the farm animals and wildlife that surround us, captured in clay. Helen’s work has been inspired by a lifetime of working with animals. Come and join us in celebrating the unseen magnificence of the ordinary, everyday creatures in her life.
"I was singing Wave up to the Shore at home in May 2022. Suddenly I realised that it was 50 years old" Join us for the amazing performance of Luca Bloom presenting WAVE UP TO THE SHORE- a 50 song collection
In this craft session we'll be making large scale collage the old fashioned way (lots of cutting and pasting!) then turning them into digital images. If you have a campaign you support, a statement to make, or a thought you'd like to share with the world, come make a collage about it. Our monthly craft sessions are a free, fun way to chat and get creative. It's a chance to meet new people, learn new skills, share ideas and have a laugh. Places are limited so booking is essential.
Set in Belfast over the summer of 1970, Mojo and his mate Mickybo are two nine-year-old boys from opposing sides of the sectarian divide. They are 'thick as two small thieves', playing headers, being mouthy, and spitting from cinema balconies with the violence of The Troubles only obliquely impacting on them – until finally their friendship is destroyed by it. This is pure storytelling with Bruiser’s dynamic physicality.
Irish Chamber orchestra creates vibrant musical adventures that share a passion for orchestral music with the broadest possible audience. The result is a powerful and diverse musical experience from Ireland’s finest musicians.