DJ Rory is sure to keep you on the dancefloor every Thursday!
'The Midnight Rambles' are a new jamming session! 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!
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.
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.
This two-piece band Jenny O’Keeffe and Niall O’Riordan come together to entertain to the maximum with an extensive, powerful and energetic set list of acoustic, rock, pop and chart, past and present.
The Guilty Judges are a three-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 band perform a wide range of genres that is sure to keep you on the dancefloor from start to finish.
Tonight its the Kings of Kudos for a great night of music for all.
The Lee Sessions is the umbrella term for all authentic, traditional Irish music sessions in Cork city. Supported by Cork City Council, this trad session series runs all year round, and features world-class musicians and singers, in Cork's most iconic bars.
Features international giants of trad music, Aidan Coffey, Eoin Ó Riabhaigh, Johnny McCarthy and Colm Murphy with special guest musicians every week.
These renowned sessions, which enhance Cork's reputation as THE traditional music capital, are an absolute must-see, for locals and visitors alike! This weekly session takes place in one of Cork's most famous bars, An Spailpín Fánach, and features some wonderful musicians and singers led by Cork’s own William Hammond!
Dir: Michael Curtiz Starring: Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains Casablanca is the greatest love story ever told and time may have gone by but it has not diminished its reputation. Winner of three Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.
Join Ireland's biggest drag family for a Valentine's Day Special. With Drag & Burlesque guests from all over Ireland. Hosted By Candy Warhol. Performances from: Kiki St Clair (Kween Of Galway!) Maud Gonne Wrong Letycha Le’Synn Alice Apparently (Dublin) Avoca Reaction (Dublin) Mia Gold Nettles Leigh (Galway) Victoria Lodge W1tchn (Dublin) Amphibian Pat Mustard Denise Devereux Cherry Wine Crystal Beth PLUS performances from the Haus Of Mockie Ah and a massive mix of Drag, Burlesque, Comedy & Music with games and surprises on the night! A very limited amount of reserved seating is on sale now! Tickets https://uticket.ie/event/mockie-ah-valentine-s-day-special
This exhibition will contain two bodies of work by Cork-based artist Sandra Hickey. The first style of work is inspired by her time working on Oscar-nominated Loving Vincent, where she and 124 artists hand painted over 65,000 frames in the style of Vincent Van Gogh. ‘We painted so intensely and for long hours in the style of Vincent Van Gogh and trained in mastering his painting style. After finishing the production, I couldn’t help but see a Van Gogh style painting in every landscape I encountered, and in every changing sky. My response was to paint it.’ These paintings are mainly urban and rural landscapes. The second body of work is a style Hickey has been developing for years and was making in the lead up to Loving Vincent. These works are very different from her Van Gogh inspired paintings. They are abstract and figurative. They are all about the body and its beautiful imperfections.
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.