We partner with a range of groups and organisations to deliver our projects and programmes and would be delighted to hear from your organisation if a project partnership is of interest to you.
Some of our recent project partners include Children’s Books Ireland, Irish Traditional Music Archives, Irish National Opera, South Wind Blows, The Abbey Theatre, Heritage Council, Trad Ireland, K Fest, Leitrim Dance project, Milwaukee Irish Fest, Dancer from the Dance Festival, Cruinniú na nÓg, Culture Night, Féile na Bealtaine, Féile na mBlá, Listowel Writers Week, and The Park Festival.
If you would like to partner with Siamsa Tíre please email [email protected].
Siamsa Tíre benefits from membership of charity and theatre sector networks including NASC, Strollers, Theatre Forum, Youth Theatre Ireland, Create, and The Wheel.
NASC is a venue network comprising of eight venues; Siamsa Tíre (Tralee), glór (Ennis), The Lime Tree Theatre (Limerick), The Town Hall Theatre (Galway), An Ghrianán (Letterkenny), Backstage Theatre (Longford), Dunamaise Arts Centre (Portlaoise), The Pavilion Theatre (Dún Laoghaire). Recent NASC collaborations include the LASTA festival 2021, an online festival of events programmed by young people for young people.
The Strollers Network is Ireland’s largest consortium of Art Centres. It is a partnership of ten venues from across four regions of the country including; Belltable (Limerick), Draíocht (Dublin), Watergate (Kilkenny), Solstice (Navan), Visual (Carlow), Linenhall (Mayo), Hawkswell Theatre (Sligo), Riverbank (Kildare), Source (Tipperary) and Siamsa Tire (Kerry). Collectively the network represents one fifth of all publicly funded Arts Centres nationally.
Recent Strollers collaborations include PROPEL, a three-year artist development programme which has been awarded to dancer and choreographer Róisín Whelan.
We are proud members of Fáilte Ireland’s Cliff Coast Destination Development Group, Tralee Chamber Alliance, Kerry Tourism, Kerry Convention Bureau, Kerry Volunteer Centre and North Kerry Development.