1 Mar
Pat Shortt - "Hey"
Miscellaneous in Brú Ború Cultural Centre, 20:00 (Adult: €28.00)

Pat Shortt is back with a brand new stage show called ‘Hey!’ Following the sell-out successes of ‘The Hall’, ‘Selfie’ and ‘How’s Tings?’ and fresh from starring roles in the hit play ‘A Skull In Connemara’ and the film ‘The Belly of The Whale’, Ireland’s best loved comedian takes to the road with his latest quirky look at Irish life. ... More »
8 Mar
A Living Will
Miscellaneous in Brú Ború Cultural Centre, 20:00 (Adult: €15.00)

After 3 sell-out nights in Knockavilla at the end of 2018, A Living Will, comes to the Brú Ború Theatre, Cashel this March. This gripping debut drama, by local playwright and director, Jim Keane from Golden, Co. Tipperary, has all the ingredients of a classic Irish tragedy and has already enthralled hundreds of audience members. Set in a rural Irish ... More »
9 Mar
A Living Will
Miscellaneous in Brú Ború Cultural Centre, 20:00 (Adult: €15.00)

After 3 sell-out nights in Knockavilla at the end of 2018, A Living Will, comes to the Brú Ború Theatre, Cashel this March. This gripping debut drama, by local playwright and director, Jim Keane from Golden, Co. Tipperary, has all the ingredients of a classic Irish tragedy and has already enthralled hundreds of audience members. Set in a rural Irish ... More »
29 Mar
The Playboy of the Western World
Miscellaneous in Brú Ború Cultural Centre, 20:00 (Adult: €15.00)

The longer a man's fame is likely to last, the longer it will be in coming. Arthur Schopenhauer Shakespeare in the Glen are back with their take on an Irish classic. JMS’ The Playboy of the Western World shocked and outraged the Dublin audiences of 1907 with its harsh appraisal of Irish rural society and it’s racy disregard for moral ... More »
30 Mar
The Playboy of the Western World
Miscellaneous in Brú Ború Cultural Centre, 20:00 (Adult: €15.00)

The longer a man's fame is likely to last, the longer it will be in coming. Arthur Schopenhauer Shakespeare in the Glen are back with their take on an Irish classic. JMS’ The Playboy of the Western World shocked and outraged the Dublin audiences of 1907 with its harsh appraisal of Irish rural society and it’s racy disregard for moral ... More »