Carnegie Arts Centre Kenmare

The Carnegie Players

The Carnegie Players were founded in 2009 to help raise funds for the wonderful Carnegie Arts Centre.

They have performed to great acclaim such masterpieces as “Sive” by John.B.Keane, “An Inspector Calls” by J.B.Priestley, “Dancing at Lughnasa “ by Brian Friel, “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens , “Arsenic and Old Lace” by Joseph Kesselring , a collection of scenes from Irish Plays called “A Little Taste of Irish Spirits”, “Blithe Spirit” by Noel Coward, “The Field” by John B. Keane,”The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde, “Rebecca” by Daphne du Maurier “Last of The Red Hot Lovers” by Neil Simon, “The Communication Cord” by Brian Friel and ‘Moll’ by John B.Keane. ‘Agnes of God’ by John Pielmeier, “The Beauty Queen of Leenane” by Martin McDonagh, “Big Maggie” by John B. Keane.“Hay Fever” by Noel Coward. “The Chastitute” by John B Keane and most recently “Anyone Could Rob A Bank” by Tom Coffey.

All the profits from performances go towards the maintenance and upkeep of The Carnegie Arts Centre. These funds are vital to the survival of The Carnegie.

The Carnegie Players are always open to new talent, whether on-stage, in the wings, or behind the scenes. If you are interested in getting involved, you can email or contact us at The Carnegie Arts Centre on 064 6648701.

An Exhibition of Paintings by Heather Kingston

Carnegie Arts Centre, Kenmare Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, Ireland

"The Joyous Gift of Painting"  Exhibition of Paintings By Heather Elma Kingston Carnegie Arts Centre July 2nd-July 22nd    Painting, art in general is a gift and available to everyone no matter how simple one's attempt.      To take the courage to put pencil, paint or chalk to paper Read more…

Drama Summer Camp

Drama Summer Camp Hello all 👋 I’m very excited to be running an acting summer camp in the Carnegie Arts Centre in Kenmare this July 15th - 19th for local children and young people aged 5-18. The camp will be Monday to Friday 09:30-15:00, with a show for all parents Read more…

George McMahon Summer Camp

Carnegie Arts Centre, Kenmare Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, Ireland

George McMahon Summer Camp George is making a return trip to The Carnegie August 12th - 16th with his performing arts summer camp. He and his wife, choreographer Rachel Smyth will be providing all the fun for the week, including singing, dancing, acting and lots of fun and games, along Read more…

Drama “Trawled”

Carnegie Arts Centre, Kenmare Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, Ireland

Trawled when Adventure becomes Survival A jaw-dropping true story set on the Coral Sea, Australia. An Irish backpacker blags his way onto a prawn trawler. There he discovers a rarely seen world of hard labour and harder fishermen, where drinking, fighting, storms and hungry sharks are part of everyday life. Read more…

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“Songs of Ireland” with Pat Shortt & Mike Hanrahan

Carnegie Arts Centre, Kenmare Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, Ireland

   "Songs of Ireland" On the back of Pat Shortt and Mike Hanrahan’s very well received TV series “Songs of Ireland “, recently aired on RTE 1. The show sees the pair take a musical road trip around the island of Ireland combining the richness of Irish music, culture and Read more…

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Comedy: Colm O’Regan “Climate Worrier”

Carnegie Arts Centre, Kenmare Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, Ireland

Comedy: Colm O'Regan "Climate Worrier" Are you worried about All The Bad News On The Environment and laugh grimly at it all? Me too. Avoid despair and instead join me for laughs, ideas and even hope as I try to grapple with Everything Being Broken and where I might start to help. Read more…

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Greg Chapman – An Evening of Comedy, Magic & Thought

Carnegie Arts Centre, Kenmare Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, Ireland

Greg Chapman "The Non Physic-Physic Show" Using the full range of magic, escapology, mentalism and other performance skills, Greg takes the audience through a ninety-minute exploration of fraudulent mediums, from the Victorian Seances to modern psychic readings, but all clearly presented as trickery – and without any attempt or illusion Read more…

Pakie O’Callaghan celebrates the Story telling of Eamon Kelly

Carnegie Arts Centre, Kenmare Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, Ireland

Pakie O'Callaghan Celebrates the Story Telling of Eamon Kelly In a long career Pakie O’Callaghan has worked on stage, TV and radio. In his native Cork, with the Everyman Theatre, he appeared in a wide variety of productions including lead roles in Translations, Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf, One for Read more…

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