Tag Archive | Cork
The Everyman has gone digital! It will be a while before audiences will be back in the theatre for a real live, interactive, experience, so The Everyman have launched the next best thing – and it’s all Made in Cork. “I’m thrilled to announce a varied programme of digital work for The Everyman, while the doors […]
The Everyman secures a place on the Arts Council RAISE Programme The Arts Council RAISE programme is focused on growing private investment to the arts in Ireland, by embedding a culture of sustainable philanthropy across participating organisations, and the Everyman in Cork has been announced as a participant in this year’s programme.
New Beginnings at The Everyman Theatre Making & Citizenship, Cork Programme Spring 2021 sees The Everyman working with YMCA, Cork, in collaboration with Graffiti Theatre Company, and with the support of The Abbey, on a youth-led programme ‘Theatre-Making and Citizenship, Cork’, where young people will be introduced to theatre and performance through conversation, engagement, and […]
The Cork City based creative hub, Circus Factory, have announced that they have received Arts Grants Funding from Arts Council Ireland for 2021, initiating an exciting programme of development opportunities for Circus Factory, and their large diverse artistic community. The funding will also provide essential stability with the introduction of the first ever paid position […]
Douglass’s 18 Century to 21 Century Cork Nano Nagle Place launch a series of events and workshops, in partnership with the Cork Migrant Centre, with special guest, Paul Oakley Stovall, star of Hamilton the Musical February 8 to 14 #DouglassWeek https://nanonagleplace.ie/nanoevents/douglass-week-inspirational-series/ One Hundred and seventy six years ago, a young African American abolitionist, Frederick Douglass, sailed […]
The Dragging Up The Past Documentary will launch on the 12th of February 2021, and the Gay Project can’t wait for you to witness the FABULOUSNESS! This documentary will highlight the colourful history of Drag in Cork, and features interviews from some of their most tantalising Queens, along with archival footage from times past.This is […]
Call For Research Participants UCC are currently seeking participants aged 18 and over to take part in a study examining the impact of Covid-19 on access to HIV services in Ireland. If you would like to participate, or would like further information, you can email here [via Cork Gay Project]
A Christmas message from the Cork Gay Project: SEASON’S GREETINGS “The Gay Project want to wish all of our service-users, volunteers, friends and allies a festive and fabulous break as we prepare for the holidays. We will return on Monday 4th January with our full suite of services. In the meantime, mind ‘yerselves’ and your […]
Irish Landscape and the Sea Exhibition by Cork Printmakers at The Print Gallery, Nano Nagle Place December 2020 – February 2021 Land Under the Waves/Tír Fothoinn is an exhibition by Cork Printmakers at The Print Gallery, Nano Nagle Place, exploring the Irish landscape and the sea. The Print Gallery is a partnership between Nano Nagle […]
Sophie Motley has been appointed Artistic Director of The Everyman theatre in Cork. Her appointment follows a competitive recruitment process to fill the position vacated by Julie Kelleher.