The Thomas Moore Theatre

The Thomas Moore Theatre in Jenkinstown House is located just six miles from the historical Kilkenny City. The theatre has a seating capacity of 100. It’s here in Jenkinstown House that the great bard himself, Thomas Moore (1779-1852) wrote his masterful Last Rose of Summer.The Thomas Moore Studio includes state of the art recording facilities, with separate dead rooms and live rooms and is the perfect location for your recording.

Surrounded by 800 acres of parkland, beautiful walks and an enclosed deer garden, this is the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle and distraction of everyday life.


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The Thomas Moore Theatre

Thursday 19th  June 9pm


Saturday 21st  June 9pm




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Please email your details to [email protected] and we can add your details to a waiting list for tickets if they become available



Doors open 8:30 open seating
Tickets €25

Tickets are non refundable
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Thomas Moore Theatre


Jimmy MacCarthy 14th November 2013 8pm Sold out


Jimmy MacCarthy 17th December 2013 8pm Sold out

Jimmy MacCarthy 27 February 2014 8pm Sold out

Ralph McTell 12th May 2014 8pm Sold out

open seating Tickets €25

Tickets are non refundable

Kilkenny voted Ireland’s Top Tourism Town for 2013 by Failte Ireland has a large selection of local accommodation available.

The following links will help you find accommodation convenient to the Thomas Moore Theatre.


Kilkenny Tourism


Airbnb