TBA says YES

TBA says YES

TBA (Time-Based Art) Pop-Up venue is on the site of 17th century “The Blackamoor Head Inn” at 59 Dublin Street, Carlow. Since 2012, it’s hosted an eclectic array of artists and performers, including film director Lenny Abrahamson, Bedrock Theatre Company, … Continue reading

Interview & Performance from TBA @ Eigse

TBA Pop-Up curator, Marc-Ivan O’Gorman, discusses upcoming events at the Time-Based Art Venue for Eigse Carlow Arts Festival on KCLR FMs “Saturday Brunch” followed by a song, “Coffee Tastes Better”, from TBA performers “Ragged Morning Moon” (Brian and Diarmuid Glynn)


The Eclectic Light Programme –

TBA Pop-Up 2014 – Interview: Marc-Ivan O’Gorman

The TBA (Time Based Art) Pop-up for 2014 is an innovative use of an existing space and a bringing-together of various art forms which this year includes music, spoken word and theatre. There is a strong Calrow element and, intriguingly, a sibling theme. Here KCLR’s Martin Bridgeman interviews TBA’s curator Marc-Ivan O’Gorman about the upcoming events which will be held in Dublin Street, starting on June 6th, as part of Carlow’s Éigse 2014.


TBA 'Coming Up' for Eigse Poster

We’re Back!

TBA Pop-Up Interior

TBA Pop-Up opens for the second year during Carlow Arts Festival presenting a range of Video installations, Performances and Live Music. The venue, a 17th Century couching Inn, is fully licensed and serves locally produced craft beer and wine.

Previous performers and exhibitors include: film director Lenny Abrahamson, Bedrock Theatre Company, David Ayers Jazz Quartet, The Holy Roman Army and Storyteller Coilin OhAiseadha.

For details of upcoming events please see here:



TBA Pop-Up

59 Dublin Street Carlow

HRA @ TBA: the video clip

A brief excerpt from a performance by electronia act The Holy Roman Army at TBA Pop-Up, June 2013.
Brother and sister, Chris and Laura Coffey, originally from County Carlow are Dublin-based composers and performers with several albums to their name. At this experimental gig at TBA (Time-based Art) Pop-up space at 59 Dublin Street, Carlow they perform a cover of a recently popular song. This performance was the first time the HRA performed in their hometown.