Carnegie Arts Centre Kenmare will be ten years open on the 29th June 2018.
The Carnegie Arts Centre was established in 2008 as a cultural centre for the people of South Kerry and the Beara Peninsula. It was envisaged as a hub for artistic activity in the local community for present and future generations.
This multi-purpose arts centre has a 140-seat theatre, a full-size cinema screen, a performance area and a gallery space for art exhibitions. Technical features include high-quality stage lighting and sound system fully equipped for concerts, lectures, drama and exhibitions.
The official launch of the centre was in November 2008, when the Ceann Comhairle at the time John O’Donoghue said, “Facilities like the Carnegie Arts Centre have an important role to play in enriching the quality of life for people in their own place.”
We would like to thank everyone for their continued support over the years.
List of celebratory events to follow.