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From Father Ted to Carrigstown to Cork, Rose Henderson has been around. Niamh Áine Ryan spoke to her about her successful acting career, life, love and dieting as she prepares for her upcoming play, Weighing In, in the Everyman Palace Theatre.
 
Weighing In has all the right ingredients
 
Rose Henderson’s acting career has...

The King’s Singers are acclaimed for their life–affirming virtuosity and irresistible charm. They perform over 130 concerts every year including on in Cork this February. Niamh Áine Ryan spoke to bass Jonathon Howard in between busy rehearsals for this year’s packed schedule.

The King’s Singers take their name from King’s College at the University of...

One of funniest men in Irish comedy is coming to Cork. Karl Spain, best known for his TV series Karl Spain Wants a Woman, will play in the City Limits Comedy Club this month. The comedian has performed stand–up comedy in Ireland and abroad for over fifteen years. The Limerick man has toured with fellow Irish comedian, Ed Byrne, and his humour appeals to a broad range of ages.

Karl...

Eddi Reader returns to Ireland for her seventh annual tour. The internationally acclaimed and enigmatic Scottish singer will be performing with with John Douglas and Boo Hewerdine on guitars, Alan Kelly on piano accordion and Kevin McGuire on double bass.

With a career spanning over three decades, Eddi Reader has developed into one of popular music’s most thrilling and affecting...

CIT Musical Society is proud to present the Irish premiere of Carrie The Musical. The CIT Cork School of Music Curtis Auditorium will be theatrically brought to life over three evenings of performances from February 19th to February 21st.

Carrie The Musical is a thrilling and engaging retelling of Stephen King’s classic thriller novel Carrie.  It tells the story of Carrie...

Feathered Friends, a solo exhibition by Diana Kingston, is the artist’s first Cork outing in twelve years. The exhibition signifies a return to her rural roots and is part of John P Quinlan’s guest curatorial series Calling Up The Vangard.

In this new body of work, Kingston reflects on her formative years growing up on a farm in west Cork. In this world, poultry formed a...

January 30th

Louis Lovett plays the role of Peggy O’Hegarty as she leads the audience on an untamed adventure in The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly. Peggy and her parents are packers, but as the work stops coming in she steps outside to find that winter has arrived and everyone in the city is gone. Audiences will be touched by Peggy’s...

Macroom’s Briery Gap is delighted to announce the long–awaited return of Brian Kennedy. The singer survived a childhood on the infamous Falls Road in West Belfast at the height of its hellish history and against all odds carved an extraordinary career in music.  In his own words, he says, "I shouldn't have become a singer really, given where and how my life started,...

Rhythm of the Fierce, Croí Glan’s newest work, will debut at the Firkin Crane next month. 

Croí Glan has joined forces with choreographer Fearghus Ó Conchúir to make this un–missable performance. It’s a show for everyone who’s ever boogied in their bedroom and gotten their fierce freak on, on the dance floor....

Audiences will enjoy a double helping of comedy–horror when Twisted Celluloid returns for the New Year. The double bill of horror will include two films from down under, which were hugely popular at last year’s Cork Film Festival. Housebound centers around the female character of Kylie who moves back in with her superstitious mother after her prison sentence for robbing a bank....

January 23rd

Every Man's Guide to Campaigns of the Heart continues to entertain audiences at the Everyman Theatre Palace tonight. Set in one of Ireland's Big Houses in the early part of the 20th century, audiences can look forward to a night of comical misunderstandings involving debts, duels, land, livestock and love. Tickets can be bought...

Working hard, taking life as it comes, loving music and gigging are just the ticket for Paddy Casey as he prepares for an upcoming gig in Kinsale. Niamh Áine Ryan speaks to the singer/songwriter about life, music and his career.

Anyone can be a star…

Who can believe Paddy Casey released his first album, Amen (so be it) ...

Formed in Cork in 2004 by three Armagh men, brothers Niall and Caoimhín Vallely with Paul Meehan, Buille has blazed a trail through traditional and contemporary music, releasing two critically lauded genre–defying albums and performing hundreds of concerts all over the world. Although the line–up has evolved over the years, the freshness and originality of the...

This month, Rowan Harrington, better known by his stage name Secondcity, will take to the stage in the Savoy on January 30th. His debut single, I Wanna Feel was release in May 2014 and went to number one on the official midweek BBC Radio 1 singles charts. The American–born British DJ’s song entered the UK Singles Chart and UK Dance Chart at the top spot. He has since been...

Dace fans young and old, from communities all over Cork and beyond, will take to the floor in Cork City Hall to the music of Evelyn Grant and the Cork Pops Orchestra on January 25th. Starting at 3pm, the Lord Mayor’s Tea Dance, hosted by Councillor Mary Shields, Lord Mayor of Cork, is a not–for–profit initiative organised by locals from the public, private and voluntary...

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