Stuck for inspiration? The Source Gift Voucher is an ideal present to give for a great night out.
Your loved ones can choose their own show when it suits them.
It takes the pressure off and is sure to score you brownie points!
Vouchers can be tailored to suit your budget and are valid for a whole year from date of purchase.
They are now available to buy online or over the phone, be sure to inform the box office if you need them delivered before December 25th.
There are also lots of great nights out on the way with the best of Irish comedy, you would be crackers to miss them!
The Fresh Price of
Delamere - Neil Delamere, Saturday, December 27th
Neil Delamere is renowned for his on-stage banter and quick-witted, well-observed yarns and previous tours and international appearances – including the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival – have been a sell-out. Expect The Fresh Prince of Delamere to deliver the same powerhouse performance
Jason Byrne – You
Name The Show, Friday, January 23rd
It has often been said that no two Jason Byrne show are ever the same.
Now the master of improvised comedy pushes the limits even further with the introduction of the wheel of stand up.
This totally original stand up concept, which is either an act of extreme daring or supreme laziness, involves Jason not only letting the audience name the show but getting them to choose the topics discussed as they are invited to spin the wheel of random nonsense.
An Audience with his Grace – Brendan Grace, Thursday, February 5th
Brendan Grace is a brilliant character actor, his sense of timing and ability to read an audience is without equal, his drawing power is enormous and a full house is the norm at all his concerts.
Brendan’s material owes more to the best of the traditional stand-up-comics and his show is for all the family.
He has a very special bond with Irish audiences and is much loved by young and old not least because he gives very generously of his time after each show.
Pat Shortt – Selfie,
Saturday, April 25th
The irrepressible Pat Shortt is back on a nationwide tour with stories and gimmicks that only Pat Shortt could come up with.
His new show, ‘Selfie’, tells the tales of a singing undertaker Mossey Burke along with a host of new characters as he recounts his favourite funeral.
A funeral that was nearly the death of him and changed his life forever!
There is a very special Christmas Movie Double Bill on the big screen at The Source on the 23rd December.
At 3pm express your inner Elf, dress up and come along with all the family for the screening of smash hit Elf, there will even be a prize for the best dressed elf after the film!
At 8pm the 1994 remake of the iconic A Miracle On 34th Street will wrap up the festivities for 2014 on a joyous note.
For all bookings please call the box office on 0504 90204 or alternatively visit www.thesourceartscentre.ie.
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