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7 Things To Do In Nenagh This Week

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7 Things To Do In Nenagh This Week

The Thatched Cottage

The I.S.A Youth Nationals are going on this week 04-07 April. The Thatched Cottage have Early Bird menus (Mon-Thurs), A-La-Carte and Children’s menus.


A special screening of the “Men At Lunch/Lon Sa Speir”

Documentary will be shown in Nenagh Arts Centre on Thursday 4th April at 8pm and we have a great early bird offer if you book by this Friday 29th March…Full Price: €15, Early Bird Price: €10!! A story lost in time? It’s heroes unknown, it’s story untold? Until now. Lon Sa Speir is the remarkable story of the most iconic image of the 20th century ‘Lunch atop a Skyscraper’ taken on the 69th floor of the Rockafeller Building.  Shot by Charles Ebbetts in 1932, the photograph features a number of Irishmen who worked on the building. Programme starts with Tony O’Donaghue’s Sundance award-winning short film ‘Irish Folk Furniture’. There will also be a Cheese/Wine Reception at Rocky’s, Kickham Street, 7 p.m. A great night’s entertainment to be had all round! Booking: 067 34400 or online at


Neil Delamere - Delamere Mortal

Neil Delamere will be in the Kenyon, Thursday April 4th. Tickets are €20. Doors 8.30pm. For more information see


“Suicide Is Everybody’s Business”

There will be a conference held in The Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh, on Friday, 5th April. The conference will be focusing on suicide awareness. For more information click on the following link


Table Quiz in Aid of Trip to Tanzania

​The table quiz will take place in Rocky’s Pub Nenagh. In aid of Kathryn Archard’s trip to Tanzania. Friday April 5th. Spot prizes on the night. €20 per table


XL challenge

XL challenge 2013 Saturday April 6th.,  2013. HIKE A: Bus from Silvermines Village to Ballyhourigan Woods,  then climb Keeper Hill, the highest point in North Tipperary. Descend Keeper to the remote valley of Glenculloo then up across the Silvermines Mountains before descending to the finish at Silvermines Village. 5 to 6 hours duration. HIKE B: This will start and finish in Silvermines Village. It will include a hike through the old mining area before we climb to the highest point on the Silvermines Mountains. There are fine views over the surrounding countryside. 3 to 4 hours duration.


Friends of Shane Delaney Benefit Night

Maximus night club, Nenagh.Sat 6/4/03.Doors 9pm. Music: Royal Flush followed by nightclub. Tickets €10 are now on sale from the following: The Ormond Hotel Tel:067-44404 Pet Zone 067-33962 Eddie O’Meara 087-1262360 Peter Ryan 078-1234191 Sandra Williams 087-7916690

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