16th - 25th June 2017
An explosion of arts events on the banks of the Lee. Cork Midsummer Festival is an annual city-wide summer celebration of contemporary arts and culture, combining local, national and international events to deliver unique experiences that appeal to everyone. Experience unusual things in unusual places with theatre, off-site performances, contemporary and popular music, participatory projects, free events, a family programme, dance, debate, ideas, and visual art.
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Happy Midwinter from all at Cork Midsummer Festival! http://www.corkmidsummer.com/news/article/happy-midwinter-from-all-at-cork-midsummer-festival
MAKE Home | Theatre Forum Ireland
Today is the deadline for MAKE! Last call for applications for this artist development and residency initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum Ireland.
MAKE Home | Theatre Forum Ireland
Applications for MAKE 2017 are now open! MAKE is an artist development programme and residency initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum Ireland. Full details below!
Best of luck to our friends and colleagues at Cork Film Festival which kicks off today and runs right through until November 20th! You can check out their full programme over at corkfilmfest.org but if you're looking for a hot tip, don't miss #fLux presented by Eat My Noise Productions, who you may remember as co-presenters of 'Neon Western' during this year's Cork Midsummer Festival. #fLux is an audio-visual experience like no other, featuring new work for organ (performed by renowned Cork director and conductor John O'Brien) and electronics (performed by the company), with projections by visual artist David Mathúna, in the stunning setting of St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, running for four performances over two nights, 17 & 18 November. More info on the performance and how to book tickets at the link! https://corkfilmfest.ticketsolve.com/#/shows/873564851
Cork city guide: what to see, plus the best bars, hotels and restaurants
Here's a super article about our beloved Cork. Nice festival focus on the brilliant Cork Film Festival which begins in just over two weeks as well as mentions for the mighty Guinness Cork Jazz, Cork Pride and ourselves of course! With gorgeous galleries like The Glucksman, fab food and great accommodation at The River Lee and more...there definitely are 'plenty of reasons to linger'! #lovecork #corklike #corkycorkcork
Kerry County Arts
Alex Petcu playing Nagoya Marimbas by Steve Reich
2016 Festival artist Alex Petcu Percussion has just released a brand new album, Alex Petcu - In Time on the RTÉ lyric fm label! In the link below, Alex plays Steve Reich's Nagoya Marimbas which features on the album. Congratulations Alex!
Late Night TV Talk Show | Fringefest 2016
The brilliant Late Night TV Talk Show from Lords of Strut opens tomorrow at Dublin Fringe Festival! This show was a CMF audience favourite, an action-packed hour of pure joy and hilarity - don't miss it!
Cork City North West Quarter Regeneration - Commission Call | News | News & events | Public Art, Ireland.
Cork City North West Quarter Regeneration has announced plans for a significant art commission. The open call for proposals will be managed by the National Sculpture Factory, full details below.
Check out the poster for No Kissin' Ensemble's SLSD! More info at the link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1745526372366307/
Corcadorca Theatre Company, Cork Midsummer Festival and The Everyman are delighted to announce that the first participants in the inaugural #Tessellate mentorship and resource-sharing initiative are No Kissin' Ensemble and Painted Bird Productions! Members of both companies will work closely with the partner organisations over the coming months as part of the programme - watch this space for further announcements on what to expect!
Cork Midsummer Festival
Just one more day to get your applications in for Tessellate, the new artistic mentorship and resource sharing initiative from Corcadorca Theatre Company, Cork Midsummer Festival and The Everyman, supported by the Arts Council. Deadline is tomorrow - Monday, 25th July - at 10am!