Upcoming Events

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

Looking Deadly - Thursday 23rd March, 8pm, tickets €16/€12.50

A wedding is the craic; birthdays are...alright. But you can't beat a good Irish funeral. Yeah it's sad...but ya know what'll help with that? Kind words, hang sangwiches, a glass of warm porter, milky tea, a bad ballad, a snog with that cousin you know you shouldn't fancy and a fight over who thought more of the dearly departed. Now you're ready for the three day wake!

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Seán Keane - Saturday 25th March, 8pm, tickets €20

Seán Keane described as the `greatest musical find of the 90`s` by `The London Independent`. Traditional Irish, folk and even country and blues songs all lend themselves to his unique style and unforgettable voice. Growing up in a family of singers and musicians, Seán learned the sean-nós style of singing from his mother and his aunts by the time Seán reached his teens, he had collected thirteen All-Ireland medals in Fleadh Ceoil competitions.

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The Good Lie - Wednesday 29th March, 8pm, tickets €5
2014 | USA | PG-13 | 110mins | Drama

A group of Sudanese refugees given the chance to resettle in America arrive in Kansas City, Missouri, where their encounter with an employment agency counselor forever changes all of their lives.  Stars Reece Witherspoon, Arnold Oceng and Ger Duany.

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Cloughjordan Circus Club Presents 'Who Stole the Clowns?' - Friday 31st March, 7.30pm, tickets €6/€20 (Family of 4)

Everything is ready, the curtain is about to be raised but ... who has stolen the Clowns?  Without them all the laughter, fun and sparkle is gone! Join this brave Circus Troupe as they use all their skills to get the clowns and the fun back.

Suitable for a family audience

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Cloughjordan Circus Club Presents 'Who Stole the Clowns?' - Saturday 1st April, 7.30pm, tickets €6/€20 (Family of 4)

Everything is ready, the curtain is about to be raised but ... who has stolen the Clowns?  Without them all the laughter, fun and sparkle is gone! Join this brave Circus Troupe as they use all their skills to get the clowns and the fun back.

Suitable for a family 

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Dr Tony Humphreys - Understanding Teenagers Sometimes Wild Always Wise - Monday 3rd April, 7.30pm, tickets €10

Adolescence is about becoming adult. Depending on the teenager’s experiences in infancy and childhood, the teenage years can be a rollercoaster of emotional highs and lows or a relatively smooth ride into maturity.  The level of maturity of the significant adults in teenagers’ lives – parents and teachers – is critical to how well teenagers manage the many challenges – physical, emotional, sexual, intellectual, behavioural, social, creative and spiritual

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Viva - Wednesday 5th April, 8pm, tickets €5
2015 | Ireland | R | 110mins | Drama | Spanish with sub-titles

Jesus does make up for a troupe of drag performers in Havana, but dreams of being a performer. When he finally gets his chance to be on stage, a stranger emerges from the crowd and punches him in the face. The stranger is his father Angel, a former boxer, who has been absent from his life for 15 years.

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Up the Hill Jackie - Friday 7th April, 8pm, tickets €15/€11

A new play by Áine Ryan from Upperchurch, Thurles.  The plot revolves around two sisters who have lost their parents in a car accident and are living with their aunt in rural Ireland.  The youngest sister Jackie is pregnant and the father is Mick, their aunt’s fiancé.  Her sister Rita is forcing her to have an abortion, Jackie isn’t happy about it though and time is running out before the appointment.  Is it too late to fix things?

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The Legend of Luke Kelly - Saturday 8th April, 8pm, tickets €20

Dublin singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Chris Kavanagh was raised on Irish music and has been singing Irish folk songs since he was three years old. Over the past fifteen years he has amazed audiences following powerful sell-out performances in prominent Irish venues such as Vicar Street & the Cork Opera House.

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I, Daniel Blake - Wednesday 12th April, 8pm, tickets €5
2016 | UK | R | 100mins | Drama

A 59 year old carpenter recovering from a heart attack befriends a single mum and her two kids as they navigate their way through the kafkaesque impersonal benefits system.  With equal amounts of humour and despair.  Heartfelt and emotional until the end.  Won Outstanding British Film of the Year at the 2017 BAFTA Film Awards.

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Further Ted - Friday 21st April, 8pm, tickets €16/€12.50

Further Ted is a show that brings three of the most memorable characters from Father Ted together for a night of stand-up and musical comedy and a chance to compete in a "Lovely Girls" competition. You don't have to be a girl to enter and the winner gets a romantic candle lit night in for two, a luxury cruise in a boat of your own making and a full set of bespoke rubber gloves.

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Captain Noel Brendan Gill Remembrance Weekend - Saturday 22nd April, 8pm, Free Event

Lecture: The Massie Affair 1931. One of the most notorious murder trials in US legal history and the surprising Nenagh connection.   Speaker : Rob Gill

Followed by a screening of the acclaimed PBS American Experience Film Documentary 'The Massie Affai

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Hell or High Water - Wednesday 26th April, 8pm, tickets €5
2016 | USA | R | 102mins | Action/Crime/Drama

Following a series of armed robberies at a number of branches of Texas Midland Bank where very little money was taken, we learn that the motive of unemployed oil and gas worker Toby Howard (Chris Pine) and his brother -- just released from prison -- is to raise enough money to pay off the reverse mortgage that will forfeit their recently deceased mother's ranch if not paid off.

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Poetry Day Ireland - Thursday 27th April, 8pm, tickets €10

Dromineer Literary Festival, in association with Nenagh Arts Centre

Featuring 2 renowned international poets Martin Figura and Helen Ivory.

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'Aladdin Trouble' - Kids on Stage - Saturday 29th April, 8pm, tickets €12/€8 - Pay on the night

Kids on Stage is getting ready for its 13th show – Aladdin Trouble.   Aladdin, his mammy Widow Twanky and his sisters Wishy and Washy are opening a new Laundry business.  But will the evil Abanezer cause them trouble as he looks for the magic lamp with its powerful genie.

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'Aladdin Trouble' - Kids on Stage - Sunday 30th April, 2.30pm, tickets €12/€8 - Pay on the day

Kids on Stage is getting ready for its 13th show – Aladdin Trouble.   Aladdin, his mammy Widow Twanky and his sisters Wishy and Washy are opening a new Laundry business.  But will the evil Abanezer cause them trouble as he looks for the magic lamp with its powerful genie.

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Paterson - Wednesday 3rd May, 8pm, tickets €5
2016 | USA | R | 118mins | Comedy/Drama/Romance

Paterson is a bus driver in the city of Paterson, New Jersey - they share the name. Every day, Paterson adheres to a simple routine: he drives his daily route, he writes poetry into a notebook; he stops in a bar and drinks exactly one beer; he goes home to his wife, Laura. The film quietly observes the triumphs and defeats of daily life, along with the poetry evident in its smallest details.

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The Olive Tree - Friday 5th May, 8.30pm, tickets €15/€11.50

A rainy day in Dublin. A jaded supermarket employee rips a boycott sticker off a bottle of olive oil. And the Palestinian olive tree of history comes to life before her... A magic realist journey into the stories and struggles of Palestine, past, present and future.

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The Curious Adventures of Pinocchio - Wednesday 10th May, 2pm, tickets €6

One of the best loved classics for children comes to life, literally!  Crickets, cats, foxes and of course, the world-famous puppet will spring out of our collection of dusty, old magic books while Patrick Lynch from CBeebies pulls all the strings and turns all the pages to bring you the true story of Pinocchio, no lie.

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Lost in Translation - Wednesday17th May, 8pm, tickets €5
2003 | USA | R | 101mins | Drama

A faded movie star (Bill Murray) and a neglected young woman (Scarlett Johansson) form an unlikely bond after crossing paths in Tokyo.

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Jailhouse Rock - Thursday 18th May, 8pm, tickets €5
1957| UK | U | 96mins | Drama,Music, Musical

Nenagh Arts Centre and Tipperary Arts Council as part of the Bealtaine Festival present Jailhouse Rock.
Jailhouse Rock centers around a young man named Vince Everett (played by Presley) who is sentenced to prison for manslaughter. While in prison, Vince is mentored by his cellmate Hunk Houghton (played by Mickey Shaughnessy) who helps develop Everett’s musical ability.

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I Hear You and Rejoice - Friday 19th May, 8.30pm, tickets €16/€12.50

Loco and Reckless Productions Present I HEAR YOU AND REJOICE.  Following the sell-out success of  The Man In The Woman’s Shoes, Mikel Murfi returns with a new one man show.  Late in his life, Pat Farnon, a cobbler and all-round contented man, marries the redoubtable Kitsy Rainey.   It’s a match made in heaven, in more ways than one. 

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Vertigo - Wednesday 31st May, 8pm, tickets €5
1958 | USA | PG | 128mins | Mystery/Romance/Thriller

A San Francisco detective suffering from acrophobia investigates the strange activities of an old friend's wife, all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her.

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Co. Tipperary
Phone: 067 34400
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Event List

23Mar2017

Looking Deadly

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25Mar2017

Sean Keane

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03Apr2017
07Apr2017

Up the Hill Jackie

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08Apr2017

The Legend of Luke Kelly

From 8pm

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12Apr2017

I, Daniel Blake

From 8pm

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21Apr2017

Further Ted

From 8pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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27Apr2017

Poetry Day Ireland

From 8pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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29Apr2017
30Apr2017

Aladdin Trouble - Kids on Stage

From 2.30pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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05May2017

The Olive Tree

From 8.30pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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10May2017
18May2017

Jailhouse Rock

From 8pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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19May2017

I Hear You and Rejoice

From 8pm

At Nenagh Arts Centre

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