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Culture Night Tipperary 2023

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Arts and Culture
13 September 2023

Culture Night returns on Friday September 22nd, inviting the public to revel in culture, creativity, and the arts. This nationwide event, made possible through the continued support of the Arts Council and Local Authorities across Ireland, opens doors late into the evening and offers FREE access to an exciting range of creative and cultural events and activities.

These events are presented by imaginative and dedicated artists, cultural organisations, community groups and volunteers from all corners of Tipperary. From theatre to music, film, literature, visual arts and tours, there’s something to captivate every culture enthusiast and newcomer alike. This year’s program boasts live performances, history tours, exhibitions, and even some circus entertainers!

From the heart of the nation’s capital to the vibrant towns and villages of Tipperary, Culture Night truly belongs to everyone. Spanning across 13 towns and villages, venues across Tipperary will burst to life with the sights and sounds of #CultureNight

Preparations are underway so be sure to explore the exciting offerings throughout the county at If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Tipperary Arts Office at 0818 06 5000 or via email at And remember to stay updated by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


Photo Caption: Launching the 2023 Culture Night Tipperary Programme of events at Nenagh Arts Centre: L-R: Cllr. Gerard Darcy, Cathaoirleach, Tipperary County Council; Joe MacGrath, Chief Executive, Tipperary County Council.

Photo by Odhran Ducie





Please be aware that when attending Culture Night events, your photograph and/or digital recording may be used, without compensation, for the use in all media and you release Tipperary County Council and The Arts Council from liability whatsoever of any nature.

Here are some of the places that your photos and/or digital recordings might be used:

  • Social and Digital Media: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, User Generated Content, LinkedIn, Spotify, TikTok, Snapchat,
  • Media: International, national, regional, and local media (TV broadcast, online, print)
  • Publications: Annual reports,  newspapers, magazines.
  • On the Culture Night or Local Authority Websites and/or Digital Media Platforms
  • Promotional videos, television and online adverts.

This is not an exhaustive list.