Upcoming Events

On this page you will find images, descriptions, dates and prices for upcoming events at Nenagh Arts Centre.

{Pop} Culture Night - Friday 21st September, 6pm - 8pm - FREE EVENT

What does Culture mean to you? Theatre, Music, Poetry? What if we told you it could be a comic strip, colourful bricks or even an animated cartoon…Come to Nenagh Arts Centre this Culture Night for an evening of {Pop} Culture, suitable for all the family.
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The Journey by Carine Arnakis - Friday 21st September - Monday 15th October

Carine Arnakis's exhibition is called The Journey and you can see it on display for Culture Night at Nenagh Arts Centre. The exhibition will be accompanied by a colouring book you can take away, featuring some of the images from the exhibition
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Luka Bloom - Saturday 22nd September, 8pm, Tickets €20.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

Last year’s album, Refuge, put a finger on the fractured nature of so much of what’s happening in our world today, from homelessness to war to climate change. Luka's voice is still as open and honest as it was over 30 years ago, and his guitar finds chord combinations that are all his own.
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Dromineer Literary Festival - Flying Start with Julian Gough & Lisa Harding - Thursday 4th October, 8pm, Tickets €12.00 / €10.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

Festival opening with local author Julian Gough, and first time novelist, Lisa Harding. Julian is the author of three comic novels and was formerly the lead singer of the underground literary band Toasted Heretic. Lisa Harding is an actor, playwright and author.
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Dromineer Literary Festival - Friday Forum with Ruth Padell & John Connell - Friday 5th October, 8pm, Tickets €12.00 / €10.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

Interesting pairing of prize winning poet Ruth Padel and, the publishing sensation of the year, John Connell, author of The Cow Book.
Our Chair for this event is Arts journalist, writer, editor, and freelance broadcaster Sinead Gleeson.
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Dromineer Literary Festival - Saturday Night with John Banville - Saturday 6th October, 8pm, Tickets €15.00 / €13.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

We are honoured to welcome one of Ireland's most highly acclaimed authors and essayists, John Banville author of sixteen novels including The Sea, which won the 2005 Man Booker Prize.The Chair for this event is Sophie Gorman a journalist and broadcaster based in Paris.
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Dromineer Literary Festival - Brontë At Nenagh Castle - Sunday 7th October, 4pm, Tickets €12.00 / €10.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

Historian James Scully (along with members of the Nenagh Players and singer songwriters Claire Watts and Shona Blake) tell the story of Charlotte Brontë’s marriage to Banagher native Arthur Bell Nicholls. Hear Charlotte’s description of first meeting her Irish in-laws on her honeymoon in Banagher, Co. Offaly.
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Dance & Health Symposium & Show - Tuesday 9th October, 10am - 5pm, Tickets €24.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

For the second year, TDP’ festival hosts a Dance & Health event, linking the worlds of artistic performance, professional artists, researchers and health workers, through this opportunity for discussion and practise on public health, ageing and well-being..
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Las Muchas - Tuesday 9th October, 6pm, Tickets €12.00 / €10.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

A piece about Fragility related to age, bodies that no longer belong to the social corpus, but are actually freer and more alive than ever: bodies that breathe, weigh, dance, seduce, move and have a different way of positioning themselves.
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From The Shoulders Down - Friday 12th October, 8pm, Tickets: €15.00 / €12.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

Well known Blessington writer/actor begins a revival tour of his critically acclaimed show ‘From the Shoulders Down’. Cleverly scripted and performed by Richard the show has previously been staged all over Ireland, parts of England and as far away as Canada winning rave reviews at many venues.
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Eleanor McEvoy - Saturday 20th October, 8pm, Tickets: €20.00 / €18.00 (plus €1 Booking Fee)

Eleanor McEvoy

Eleanor McEvoy achieved star status in Ireland in 1992 when her song "A Woman's Heart" was the title track for the A Woman's Heart anthology album. A Woman’s Heart has since gone on to become the best-selling album in Irish history.
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Nenagh Arts Centre,
Banba Square,
Nenagh,
Co. Tipperary
E45 NX26
Phone: 067 34400
Email: director@nenagharts.com

Event List

21Sep2018

The Journey by Carine Arnakis

From 5.30pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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21Sep2018

{Pop} Culture Night

From 6pm until 8pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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22Sep2018

Luka Bloom

From 8pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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07Oct2018
09Oct2018

Dance & Health Symposium

From 10am until 5pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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09Oct2018

Las Muchas

From 6pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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12Oct2018

From The Shoulders Down

From 8pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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20Oct2018

Eleanor McEvoy

From 8pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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