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SCHEDULE BINGO Every Friday night at 8.30pm. See page 11 for details July Monday 1 – Friday 5 July, 10am – 2.30pm Children: Marshmallow Arts Camp Saturday 6 July, 8pm Music: FullSet Monday 8 – Friday 12 July Children: North Stars Drama Camp Wednesday 10 – Saturday 13 July, 8.30pm Theatre: DNA Monday 15 – Friday 19 July, 9.30am – 1.30pm daily Children: Camp Rince Monday 22 – Friday 26 July, 9.30am – 2.30pm daily Children: Star Camp Monday 29 July, 8pm Film: The Minnits of Annabeg To be confirmed August Saturday 3 August, 9.30pm Music: The Nenagh Re-Sessions Saturday 24 August, 8pm Literature: Kay Ryan Milkmarket Sreenings, Limerick Saturday 27 July, 10.15pm Film: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Friday 9 August, 10.15pm Film: Dirty Dancing Saturday 10 August, 10.15pm Film: The Birds

CLASSES & MEETINGS AT Nenagh Arts Centre Fitness Zumba: Dance Fitness Class Pilates Kundalini Yoga Interest Derg Active Adults Chess Club (NEW!) Children and Teenagers The Brownies Parent and Toddler Group CoderDojo (Computer coding for kids) McLoone O’Meara Irish Dancing School Let’s Learn French (for kids) Children’s Art Kinder Music For Toddlers Play Youth Theatre

Monday Monday Friday

Lisa: 087 6227395 Geri Cantwell: 087 6491725 Mia Magan: 087 9760565

Wednesday Tuesday

Ann White: 087 0546236

Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday (Monthly) Thursday and Saturday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday

Colette Barber: 087 9615796 Margaret Powell: 086 3788310 Twitter - @coderdojonenagh Nikki McLoone: 087 2486384 Fanny Healy: 085 8199291 Olivia O’Donovan: 087 6380201 Florence Starr: 087 6452103 North Tipp Arts Office: 067 44860


Marshmallow Arts Camp Our third annual Marshmallow Arts Camp for kids aged 7 to 12 years starts in the Centre on Monday July 1st. This year we’ll be doing some new projects with the children involved, in both visual arts and music. In visual arts, we’ll concentrate on doing projects that have famous artworks as their basis, so the children get some knowledge of art history as well as the practical side. Marshmallow all about having some fun and having a good solid week of painting, drawing and music-making. We’ll also be screening some interesting short film classics and new animations for the kids during break-times. The camp is fully supervised and parents or guardians should provide a lunch and snacks for their children to bring with them. Monday 1 – Friday 5 July 10am – 2.30pm daily = 70 for each additional sibling) Admission =C80 (C MUSIC

FullSet Having received great acclaim for their debut album Notes At Liberty, FullSet are quickly becoming one of the most well known bands in the Irish music scene today. All accomplished young musicians in their own right, FullSet create a stunning and unique sound that is full of energy and innovation, whilst all the time remaining true to their traditional roots. The critical plaudits for their debut release, being compared to supergroups such as Danú and Altan by respected Irish Music Magazine suggests that FullSet are set to thrill audiences throughout the world in the future. Saturday 6 July 8pm = 1o Conc.) Admission =C12 (C


North Stars Drama Camp Spend the week making a play from scratch, playing loads of games and doing some yoga. Invite all your family and friends to watch you perform in a show at the end of the week! This is a locally produced camp run by Aoife Carry and Joanne Quinn, two local professional actresses. The camps are a great way to learn about drama in a fun, safe environment. To Book Contact: 087 9915443

Monday 8 – Friday 12 July 7 – 11 years: 10.30am – 1pm; 12 – 18 years: 2pm – 4.30pm Admission =C60 (Family discount available) Drama Young Nenagh Players present


A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. When a secondary school “it” gang takes a joke too far, a lonely and terrified boy is lost… isn’t he? The Young Nenagh Players present this poignant and sometimes hilarious tale with a very, very dark heart at Nenagh Arts Centre IMPORTANT: The content of this play is not suitable for children and contains some strong language. For ticket booking contact: 089-4994661 Wednesday 10 – Saturday 13 July 8.30pm = 5 Concession on Wed 10 and Thurs 11) Admission =C10 (C

CHILDREN MacLoone O’Meara Academy present


Camp Rince is hosted by Lord of the Dance dancers Nikki MacLoone and Michael O’Meara. A fun filled week with a performance on the last day for friends and family. Activities will include: Traditional and contemporary Irish dance lessons Performance Skills Arts and Crafts Fun games and Activities Stage performance For kids of all levels of dance experience - Ages 4+ For more information contact: 087 2486384 Monday 15 – Friday 19 July 9.30am – 1.30pm Admission =C70 (Family Discount available if more than one child) CHILDREN


Star Camp

StarCamp, as seen on Dragons Den, is coming to The Nenagh Arts Centre for one week! The camp is aimed at children aged 4 to 13 and incorporates singing, dancing and acting. It is fun and fully focussed on self-esteem. StarCamp was voted one of the top 5 camps run nationwide by school magazine Primary Times and is highly acclaimed by teachers and parents nationwide. The consensus is that StarCamp has had an incredible effect on children’s confidence and personality – even in one week – and their aim is to do this every year. To Book Contact: 021-4377900 or visit Monday 22 – Friday 26 July 9.30am – 2.30pm Admission 1 Child =C 90, 2 Siblings =C150, 3 Siblings =C200

Film Krown Films present

The Minnits of Annabeg Dir: Alan Brown | Ireland, UK | 2013

Shot in Nenagh last year, and featuring a strong local cast, this feature film is set during one of the most important times in Irish history. The story looks at the effect of English rule on Irish society and how one man fought to save a community, but couldn’t save his family. With Patrick Bergin, Ciara O’Sullivan, Frank McGrath, Selene Murphy and Patrick Rohan.   Monday 29 July 8pm – Patrons note: This date is to be confirmed. Please check the Nenagh Arts Centre Facebook page and local press for updates MUSIC Sounds Like A Plan Promotions presents

The Nenagh Re-Sessions A showcase of the some of the best local acts on the circuit at present. Features singer-songwriter James McGrath, dynamic pop/punk from Futurism and more to be announced. This is a great chance to see the hippest gunslingers in town. Prepare to have your socks blown off!

Saturday 3 August 9.30pm Admission =C10 Watch Nenagh Arts Centre Facebook page for updates

Literature Dromineer Literary Festival presents

A reading with Kay Ryan On her first visit to Ireland, US Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner, Kay Ryan’s reading is an early present to celebrate the Dromineer Literary Festival’s tenth birthday. Poet Paul Perry will interview Ms. Ryan onstage, before introducing her reading and Alaskan-born poet and memoirist Mary Mullen, will be reading with Ms Ryan.   Ryan’s first European collection, Odd Blocks: Selected and New Poems was published in England in August 2011. Her most recent collection, The Best of It: New and Selected Poems, was nominated for the 2010 National Book Critics Circle Award and was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in April, 2011. Ms Ryan’s reading is the Dromineer Literary Festival’s contribution to the Gathering celebrations.   Saturday 24 August 7.30pm = 1o Conc.) Admission =C12 (C MUSIC Bingo Nights

Kelly’s Eye, Man Alive, Legs Eleven… Eyes down for some bingo fun that that will support Nenagh Arts Centre and Nenagh Celtic Football Club in their work. = 15 | 2 line C =20 | Full House =C50 Games 1 to 9 1 line C Game 10 1 line =C15 | 2 line =C20 | Full House =C80 Jackpot & flyers sold separately Jackpot Games 1 line =C15 | 2 line =C20 | Full House =C200 Flyer Games 1 line =C15 | 2 line =C20 | Full house =C200 Double Books =C9 | Single Book =C5 | Small Book =C4 Jackpot & flyers =C2 each Fridays 5, 19, 26 July 8.30pm Fridays 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 August 8.30pm

Nenagh Arts Centre present

Movies at the Market

Big Screen Cinema classics at Limerick’s Milkmarket Nenagh Arts Centre is returning to Limerick’s Milk Market to present three big screen films this summer, on Saturday 27 July, Friday 9 August and Saturday 10 August. The films will be presented in the central area of the market, with seating in place. The market will essentially become a cinema for the evening. Food and drink stalls will be open on screening nights also. The films are: The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Saturday 27 July Dirty Dancing – Friday 9 August The Birds – Saturday 10 August The main feature screens at 10.15pm and will finish at 12.30am at the latest. Supported by

= 7 per person or =C20 for a group of four Tickets are C and are available online fron:

Booking Information In Person Nenagh Arts Centre, Banba Square, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary Opening Hours Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm; Sat: 12noon - 5pm & one hour before shows Telephone Bookings 067 34400 Buy Tickets Online Terms & Conditions for booking Reserved tickets must be paid for at least two days in advance of the show. Tickets bought online will be subject to a 5% credit card charge and a =C1 booking fee (this charge is set by the ticket provider). Cheques should be made payable to Nenagh Arts Centre. We regret tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded unless an event is cancelled by the venue. Latecomers will only be admitted at the discretion of the management.

Nenagh Arts Centre is supported by the Department of Social Protection which is funded by the Irish Government under the National Development Plan, 2007-2013


Nenagh Arts Centre summer 2013 web  
Nenagh Arts Centre summer 2013 web