What's on: Thursday, March 14

From traditional and folk sessions, to Academy Award winning film screenings, here's what's on around Cork city tonight.
What's on: Thursday, March 14
Oscar winning 'Free Solo' screens at the Triskel Arts Centre tonight.


The Welcome Inn, Parnell Place Ballads & Banjos 9.30pm, adm free

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! 

Charlie's, Union Quay Jawbone 9.30pm, adm free

Tasty Thursday’s Sessions - Jawbone an acoustic folk and blues with your host Phil Christie and Alan Comerford. They are often joined by a host of guest performers playing all things blues, country, rock ‘n’ roll and bluegrass. These are skilled musicians and though they play covers the sound is very much their creation. With inklings of rock, country and bluegrass this is perfect pub, tap your toe along stuff.

Crane Lane Theatre, Phoenix St. The Dagenham Yanks 9pm, adm free

Mark O’ Sullivan songwriter, lead singer, guitar/keyboards, Taly Murphy backing vocals, Tadgh Moran Bass, John O’ Connor percussion, Rob Keating guitar, Tanya Anderson vocals, ukelele, keyboard.

Crane Lane Theatre, Phoenix St. The Hecklin’ Dogs 11.50pm, adm free

The Hecklin’ Dogs are a Cork city based four piece rhythm and blues/rock and roll outfit. Featuring Robbie Barron and Declan Hogge on guitars and vocals, Brian Hennessy on Bass and John Quirke on drums, the band covers a wide range of goodtime rocking hits from Muddy Waters, Neil Young, Peter Green, The Beatles and many more.

Crane Lane Theatre, Phoenix St. Stuart Wilde & The Birdmen 11.50pm, adm free

The Birdmen are a four piece band playing everything from Bob Dylan to The Beastie Boys. Blues/Folk/Rock & Hip Hop. The Birdmen are Stuart Wilde, Herbie Macken, Dan Thornhill & Wally.

Dwyers Of Cork, 28 Washington St. Dwyers Warehouse Sessions 9.30pm, adm free

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 Corner House, Coburg St. Lee Delta Blues Club 9.30pm, adm free

Tonight our very own Dizzy Blues Band with a great line up of Pat Horgan and friends.


Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin St. Free Solo (PG) (Academy Award Winner) 6pm, adm €9.50 / €7.50 100 mins – USA 2018 - Documentary

Dir: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi Featuring: Tommy Caldwell, Jimmy Chin and Alex Honnold.

This is the stunning and unflinching portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold, as he prepares to climb the face of the world’s most famous rock - the 3,200-foot El Capitan...without a rope. 

Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin St. Burning (16) 8pm, adm €9.50 / €7.50 148 mins – South Korea 2018 – Subtitles.

Dir: Chang-dong Lee. Starring: Ah-in Yoo, Steven Yeun and Jong-seo Jun. Based on a short story by Haruki Murakami, this critically acclaimed South Korean film is the story of three individuals and a mysterious incident they experience. 


Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin St. Asylum Archive – Vukašin Nedeljković 10 am, adm free

The Asylum Archive is an art, activist and academic platform that examines the notion of Direct Provision Centres; the localities and sites where asylum seekers are being held while in the process of seeking refugee status. It is the continuation of Vukašin Nedeljković’s ongoing work highlighting the injustices, confinement and incarceration of asylum seekers in Ireland. It is a significant work, since there is very little visual information about previous Irish carceral sites including Magdalene Laundries, Industrial Schools, Mother and Baby Homes and ‘Lunatic Asylums’. From April 2007 to November 2009, Vukašin was housed in a Direct Provision Centre while seeking asylum. The Asylum Archive grew from that experience: “I kept myself intact by capturing and communicating with the environment through photographs and videos. This creative process helped me to overcome confinement and incarceration.” Asylum Archive is directly concerned with the realities and traumatic lives of asylum seekers. Its main objective is to collaborate with asylum seekers, artists, academics, and civil society activists, amongst others, with a view to create an interactive documentary cross-platform online resource, which critically brings forward accounts of exile, displacement, trauma, and memory. It is not a singular art project that stands ‘outside of society’ engaged in an internal conversation; rather, it’s a platform open for dialogue and discussion with individuals who have experienced a sense of sociological/geographical displacement, memory loss, trauma, and violence. It has an essential visual, informative, and educational perspective and is accessible, through its online presence, to any future researchers and scholars who may wish to undertake a study about the conditions of asylum seekers in Ireland.

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