Nenagh Mayor Virginia O’Dowd will present her Nenagh’s Community Awards in the Nenagh Arts Centre on Wednesday, June 6th at 8pm - admission is priced at E10 (concession E8) with all proceeds from the event donated to charity. On the evening Nenagh will celebrate those who work within the community. Why not meet the unsung heroes who contribute hugely to life in the town and often are unknown to the wider public?
Follow the boys in green on the big screen at the Nenagh Arts Centre during their epic Euro 2012 journey to Poland and the Ukraine.
The Nenagh Arts Centre is opening its doors to bring kids and parents in Nenagh together in a family-friendly environment for the games.
Dates: Ireland v Croatia on Sunday, June 10th -Ireland v Spain on Thursday, June 14th - Ireland v Italy on Monday, June 18th. All games: 7.45pm.
Admission is free, but tickets are limited and must be collected from the Arts Centre in advance (four per person only). Tickets will be available fom May 14th.
Doors open one hour before kick-off. Soft drinks and snacks will be on sale at the venue.
Music aficionados will already be aware that in 2011 the Belfast-based indie pop band runawayGO emerged as a force to be reckoned with. And now they are about to become a household name as they trail-blaze their way through the Irish music scene with heaving high-energy performances and an arsenal of dynamic music.
Fronted by joint-vocalists Dave Jackson and Fiona O’Kane, with Javed Love on drums, Chris Jackson on bass and James Lappin on guitar, the band’s early performances have received high accolades from reviewers describing them as “a rare spectacle” and “one of the best bands in the country”. See them while you can. AMA presents RunawayGo at the Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday, June 9th at 9pm (doors open at 8pm). Admission: E10.
The Nenagh Film Club presents Drive, one of the finest films released in recent years, at the Nenagh Arts Centre on Thursday, May 24th at 8pm (admission E7). The 2011 American drama by Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn and starring Ryan Gosling has already been labelled a classic. Drive is another modern neo-noir with a tough, taciturn hero caught in a moral conundrum with some very bad men. However the propulsive nature of the film and the twists and turns of the storyline will leave the viewer in no doubt that this is a visceral entertainment of the highest order. Don’t miss it!
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