The first Tasty Thursday of every month. The Last Word are a collective of gnarled Cork Session Musicians assembled by bass guru and aficionado of groove Noel Barrett to play an inspiring selection of lesser known soul and R & B cuts from the 1970s to present day. Paul Seymour (keys), Sean Murray (guitar) and Fionn O’Ceallachain (drums) round out of rhythm section with up and coming soul diva Dearbhaile Maclean taking centre stage on lead vocals and Sarah Hickey on backing vocals.
One of Cork's finest traditional and folk sessions. A different blend of musicians every week but always the same result; daecent music and mighty craic.
The Guilty Judges and The Ill Winds are having a jam session! Will be an interesting one. Musicians welcome to come along and jump in for a tune
The Guilty Judges are a 3-Piece Pop covers band that are quickly making a name for themselves as one of the most coveted wedding bands in the country. With high-energy live shows the Guilty Judges perform a wide range of genres that is sure to keep you on the dancefloor from start to finish.
Barefoot Gypsies are a two piece or four piece folk rock band covering everything rock & folk from the 1960's to the 1990's.
'The Midnight Rambles' are our new jamming sessions! Join some of Cork's finest musicians for an almighty shindig!! An acoustic session in the middle of the downstairs bar covering all styles of music. All musicians and music lovers are welcome to join us to play or just sit back and listen!
CSN College’s Famed Music, Management and Sound Course marks 30 Years of Success with an Anniversary Showcase Concert which will feature a unique blend of new and original material brought to life by current students, along with covers performed from a new perspective, promising a jam-packed night of pop, folk, jazz and every genre in between. Whispers of a surprise guest have also been heard in the lead up to the event.
Upstairs at The Frisky Whiskey Bar - Come and experience the amazing The Oliver Plunkett Hooley and take part in our Traditional Irish Dinner and Show experience Sunday to Thursday from 7pm.
Come in and join us for the best in authentic trad played by Ireland's best musicians.
Tonight its Bone Dog Blues for a great night of Live Music.
World-renowned blues/rock icon Carvin Jones, voted one of the greatest blues guitarist of all time by Guitarist magazine. Eric Clapton quote "Carvin Jones is a young cat out of Phoenix who I think is the next up-and-coming blues player."
The Lee Sessions is the umbrella term for all authentic, traditional Irish music sessions in Cork city.
Features giants of trad music, Eoin Ó Riabhaigh, Johnny McCarthy and Aidan Coffey with special guest musicians every week!
One wild night of hot Balkan and Gypsy brass music with Djs Gary and Ian. They will spin the most exceptional tunes from this region, featuring the greats like Boban Markovic, Goran Bregovic, Saban Bajramovic, as well as Romanian powerhouses like Fanfare Ciocarlia and Taraf de Haidouks. Donations accepted for People Before Profit Cork.
Owen Colgan, Irish cult comedy hero, sex symbol and Hardy Bucks star hits the road for his biggest tour yet. After a hugely successful tour in 2018 with sold out shows across Ireland, Owen is back with a new installment for 2019 - The Woke Tour.
Celebrating the bicentenary of the 'Canova Casts' in Cork, this exhibition explores the stories and influence of ancient sculpture, and considers the art and value of reproduction through twelve plaster casts made in Rome under the supervision of Antonio Canova (1757-1822).
In 1770, Jonathan Fisher (1740-1809) was the first artist to produce a series of views of this County Kerry landscape when he painted six picturesque scenes of Killarney and its environs. These were subsequently reproduced as engravings which helped to develop the town, lakes, and mountains as a tourist destination, a project begun by Thomas Browne (1726-1795), 4th Viscount Kenmare.
Mary Swanzy (1882-1978) was a pioneering figure in Irish Art who witnessed the birth of Modern Art and after 1914 exhibited at the Paris Salons alongside those artists who are now household names.
Mechanism is a light and sound installation responsive to the environment by artist Andrew Kearney, comprising of electronic, industrial and theatrical components that combine to respond, listen and react to the everyday life of Cork city centre where the gallery is located.
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s mesmeric series of films Great Good Places (2011) is presented at the Crawford Art Gallery to coincide with Recasting Canova.
One of Ireland’s best-known and loved artists, The three windows in the Harry Clarke room on the second floor of the Crawford Art Gallery are important works.
Heroes and Villains, a selection of works from the collection.
Stephen Dunne’s work operates across the registers of painting, drawing and moving image. He produces his work in a spontaneous manner and attempts to draw upon the unconscious as source material. His new exhibition, Shackled to Belligerent Ghosts opened today