Tag Archive | Cork
The Cork Hellhounds Rugby Club was founded this month in association with the Gay Project, and training has begun already with a mixture of new and experienced players.
The Cork LGBT+ Pride Festival kicks off this Monday, 19th October! This year’s theme will be ‘Family Matters’, and includes a full program of online events for the week! Check out the link below for a full list of what’s happening. Happy Pride From The Cork Gay Project! Cork Pride Events Listing
The Gay Project are proud to announce the launch of Black Rainbow writer’s group, a Cork-based LGBTQ+ writer’s club. They invite anyone in the LGBTQ+ community, who is interested in fiction-writing, to join the group. No prior experience is necessary, and they intend to publish an edited book of LGBTQ+ themed short stories. Join the […]
An Information Evening with Adam O Brien and The Gay Project Join the Cork Gay Project for this info night, to find out more about an ‘All Inclusive Rugby’ Club in Cork. This is an opportunity to be involved in an exciting project from the beginning. Come along and hear what the speakers have to […]
Culture Night Cork is happening on Friday 18th September. The Gay Project in Cork are designing their entry for this year’s Culture Night, and they need your help. Email Konrad@gayproject.ie to get involved. Also some members of the community have scripted a play. If you would like to take part, contact Konrad@gayproject.ie for more information.
The Everyman, and CADA Performing Arts Academy, are saddened to announce that this year’s pantomime, Aladdin, will not go ahead as planned, due to Covid-19 public safety measures. Currently, indoor gatherings are permissible for up to 50 people, with the expectation that this will increase from August 10th. Even with an easing of restrictions, it is unrealistic […]
Frontrunners Cork are back up and running in Kennedy Park, Monday evenings at 7pm, and Saturday mornings, in Blackrock Castle, Car Park C at 10am. Contact tracing and social distancing measures are in place. You are required to register for each run as part of contact tracing measures. Frontrunners Cork Monday Evening Run Frontrunners […]
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The Everyman has announced it will re-open and welcome theatre-goers again, on September 15th, following a six-month closure due to the Covid-19 public health restrictions, issued by the government last March. On March 12th, The Everyman closed its doors, cutting short a highly acclaimed run of Beckett’s Watt, performed by Barry McGovern, and directed by Tom […]
The Everyman, the 650 seat Victorian gem in the heart of Cork, originally opened it’s doors in 1897 and it is the oldest purpose-built theatre building in the city. Like all other venues, it is currently closed and now that the Government have advised that theatres won’t re-open until August 10 (Phase 5) we know […]