The Festival fun didn’t stop when the Gala’s ended – it simply moved to the Festival Club at the Clayton! It was the perfect place to kick back and relax with festival choirs and guests. There was something for everyone, depending on whether you were in the mood to sing, dance, drink or mingle your way into the small hours.
With the ambition of
ensuring everybody got the opportunity to sing in the Festival, we invited you all to come and take part in The Big Sing 2016, the festival’s big and bright participatory singing event. The Big Sing was open to everyone and admission was free. There was no preparation necessary – people gathered to sing from, and for, the heart!
Afternoons in the Atrium provided a weekend of energetic and entertaining performances by national and international choirs in the fresh, modern setting of the Clayton Hotel, Lapps Quay. It was the perfect setting for families and festival goers who wanted to relax in the hotel’s bright atrium and experience the festival atmosphere in full flow.
Were you looking for a gift to bring home for friends and family or a Festival souvenir just for you? The Festival’s merchandise shop, was located in the foyer of Cork City Hall throughout the Festival. From bags and CDs to torches and umbrellas, our friendly staff were delighted to help you choose your souvenir of a wonderful Festival week!
During this year’s Festival Market on Emmet Place, local street food and plenty of local produce lined the plaza. Delicious foods from the locality were on offer along with the usual favourite street food options you find at all Goldiefish Festival Markets.
The Cork International Choral Festival Market is produced by Goldiefish. They gather some of the finest food and craft producers together to showcase exactly what this part of the country is renowned for.