There are lots of laughs in Kate Kerrigan's show at Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday.

One-woman funny show at Arts Centre

‘Am I Irish Yet?’ is a one-woman, funny show chronicling the life of Kate Kerrigan, a New York Times bestselling author who began her career as an editor for Just Seventeen magazine. After spending her childhood in London in the 1980s as the ‘Bombing Irish’ to some and a ‘Plastic Paddy’ to others, she moved to her parent’s native Ireland in the 90s where she became a full-time author. Thirty-five years on, with an Irish husband and children and a career as an Irish author, Kate brings the wisdom and wit of her award-winning writing to audiences in person for the first time, to whom she asks, ‘Am I Irish Yet?’.

‘Am I Irish Yet?’ is part of Circus250’s Daring Dames series, reflecting their commitment to developing and touring exciting new work by fierce women. Join us at Nenagh Arts Centre on April 22.

We offer you a wonderful, two hours long workshop with this amazing writer (starts at 2pm) together with her fantastic show ‘Am I Irish Yet?’ at 7.30pm to follow. All that for only €25!

Check out our free events!

April 18 at 7pm - Have you had cancer?

While everyone’s cancer journey is unique there are lots of shared experiences and feelings. If you’d like to meet other people with similar experiences in a creative, friendly environment come to this workshop.

April 25 at 7pm - Make & Mend

Have you got a craft project you’ve been meaning to finish or one you’ve wanted to get started. Have you jewellery or clothes you’ve been meaning to fix? Bring it along and do it in company! Our monthly craft sessions are a free, fun way to chat and get creative. It’s a chance to meet new people, learn new skills, share ideas and have a laugh. Places are limited so booking is essential.


For booking and more information about our shows, exhibitions and classes visit our website:, email: or call 067 34400.