The West Cork Fit-up Theatre Festival kicks off tonight with Noni Stapleton’s hilarious comedy Charolais

Supported by Cork County Council Arts and the Arts Council

A tale of love, longing and one woman’s intense rivalry with a Charolais heifer.
A surreal, black comedy, Charolais takes the age old story of female jealousy and gives it a new twist: the other woman is a cow, a literal one, a pure-bred Charolais heifer. Rarely in Irish theatre are the challenges of farming life and the joy of sex expressed so frankly.

Traditional Lace Makers Of Ireland at County Hall Culture Night

We will be exhibiting some of our work produced by our members, as well as demonstrating and leading two workshops on various laces. We make Carrickmacross, Limerick, Bandon, Crochet and Youghal lace. Everyone is welcome to attend and view our work. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Venue: Atrium, County Hall
Town: County Hall, Cork
Time: 4:00pm - 9:30pm

Phone: 0879822661

Craft Fair at County Hall with Cork Makers for Culture Night

As part of Corks Culture night celebrations, members of Cork Craft & Design are delighted to bring you a craft fair filled with wonderful craft pieces created in Cork. Take one of the free buses from the city centre out to visit the fair on the ground floor of Cork County Hall and afterwards pop upstairs to take in the panoramic views from the top of one of Corks most iconic buildings.

Ghost in the Machine Culture Night Kinsale

Don Cronin has practiced as a sculptor and award winning motorcycle designer for over twenty years. Don recently received the Irish Contemporary Art Society Award for Sculpture at this years RHA annual and is contemporaneously showning by invitation at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles .
The artist will show a collection of Motorcycles and Sculpture, functional and non functional , related by a common aesthetic.