Monthly Archives: November 2014

Singing Competition Results

Well done to all the participants in the singing competitions. Congratulations to the winners of each category and also to the winners of the Sr. Rosarii Cup and the Billy D’Arcy cup. A huge thank you to our adjudicator Suzanne Buttimer, our accompanist Helen Colbert and all the staff of Brú Ború. [Show slideshow]

Fire Show!

Spearman’s was packed today for Paul Maher’s ‘Two Short Plays’ and musical interlude from Cashel Community School students. The actors amused the crowd and the atmosphere was great. If you didn’t manage to see the plays today, they will be performed on Saturday at 12.15pm in The Heritage Centre and 1.15pm Upstairs at Feehan’s. Luckily […]

Mrs. Shakespeare Goes Down a Storm

Mrs Shakespeare went down a storm at the library on Tuesday night. Irene Kelleher was fantastic in her/his role. The play’s writer and director, Ian Wild, gave a question and answer session afterwards which gave the audience a great opportunity to find out more about the play’s background and history. A very pleasant evening all […]

Updates on Festival Opening & Create Cafe

Last night’s opening went very well and everyone thoroughly enjoyed Caomhán Mac Con Iomaire’s talk on the National Gallery of Ireland. Councillor Michael Fitzgerald opened the festival, thanking our sponsors for all their support and Melanie Scott from the Tipperary Arts Office. Yvonne Edmonds’s work was very well received and she has been putting up […]

Community Workshop Starts

The first community workshop has now taken place in The Create Café, upstairs in Tesco Shopping Centre. Here is a picture of the glass painting from this morning’s workshop. There are many more workshops lined up for the week, so take a look. If you just want to drop in to try out a craft […]

Craft & Food Fair Photos

The festival is under full sail now – the Craft and Food Fair kicked things off yesterday with a fine selection of music and entertainment on the Plaza. The bunting made by community craft groups from Cashel, Dualla and Gaile looked fantastic and despite the odd shower everyone enjoyed the day. There was plenty of demonstrations and […]