Clonmel Junction Arts Festival, one of the key arts events of the summer in the South-East, is going ahead – but in a re-worked and re-imagined fashion. With a theme of 2020:Visionaries, the festival will have several placeholder events from 4th – 12th July that will take place in a virtual context, as well as a series of visual arts events in the town itself.
Clonmel Junction Arts Festival started almost 20 years ago as a celebration of touring theatre and live music. Over the years, it has grown into a week-long arts festival where national and international acts share a stage with some of the best local talent.
Arts festivals are a great way to experience theatre, music, art exhibitions and more. In 2020, we are having to re-think how this can be delivered safely, while we support our artists, our production staff and guests.
County Tipperary Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome two new directors to the Board of Directors.
Paul Blanche of the Showgrounds Shopping Centre and Tony Egan of Ann Fitzpatricks Florists bring invaluable retail experience to the Chamber Board.
Ceád Míle Fáilte to both gentlemen.
Marian's Bookshop, Clonmel are helping families in County Tipperary get back to normal...by getting back to school!
No need to visit, even though they are open 9:30am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday, just email your school book-list to email@example.com.
Offering a free delivery service locally. Collections can be arranged by prior arrangement.
Best of luck to Hotel Minella, Clonmel on their grand re-opening in the next phase of the Governments Roadmap to Recovery.
The 4 star hotel have made all the necessary preparations and are fully compliant with regulations to give their guests a comfortable, relaxing and safe stay.