Festival Venues

Venue Category

Venue Category
  • Ticketed Event (2)
  • Awards Ceremony (1)
  • Gala Concert (1)

Venue Category

Venue Category
  • Ticketed Event (2)
  • Awards Ceremony (1)
  • Gala Concert (1)

St James Church

The Church of St. James offers a warm welcome to all those who come to join in worship, those who come to see this iconic church and those who come to enjoy the festivals and music. St. James is at the heart of the Dingle…
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CIT Cork School of Music

Located within the centre of Cork City overlooking the River Lee, this five story 12,000 sq.m., building functions as a centre of musical excellence locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. The school accommodates music tuition studios; a 450 seat rehearsal hall; ‘black box’ theatre; staff and…
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Freemasons’ Hall

One of the city’s most historic buildings. The building has served as the Provincial Grand Lodge of the Munster Freemasons since 1884, and its internal design has remained true to its origins in its layout and historic furnishings.
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Methodist Church Kinsale

Freestanding Methodist church, dated 1873, comprising four-bay double-height nave with porch to front and vestry to rear. This attractive church is located in a prominent position in the centre of town and contributes significantly to the architectural heritage of Kinsale. The church has an uncomplicated…
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St. Mary’s Collegiate Church

Nestled under the protective arms of Youghal Town Walls, in the Raleigh Quarter of Youghal, St Mary’s Collegiate Church, is a national monument of huge national and international significance. Historic traditions indicate a Church here back in the time of St Declan of Ardmore in…
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The Goldie Chapel

The beautiful high Victorian chapel in the heart of Nano Nagle Place is one of Cork’s most intimate venues. The chapel was designed by architect George Goldie in 1865 and retains the layout of a convent chapel with stalls ranged around the nave. The architecture…
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St. Colman’s Cathedral

Built in the neo French gothic style, St Colman’s is the cathedral church of the Diocese of Cloyne. Famous for its magnificent stone and wood sculptures, mosaic and stained-glass windows and also for its historic Telford pipe organ and 49-bell carillon.
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Church of St. Anne’s

Built in 1722, the Church of St. Anne is one of the most important early-18th century churches in Ireland. Standing 50 metres high above the surrounding Shandon neighbourhood, visitors can climb the narrow stone steps to the bell tower, topped by a 3-metre gold fish…
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Cathedral of St. Mary & St. Anne (North Cathedral)

The Cathedral of St, Mary & St Anne, known locally as the North Cathedral, is located at the top of Shandon Street, in one of the most historic areas of Cork.
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Clayton Hotel

Our preferred hotel in Cork is the 4 star Clayton Hotel which is situated opposite City Hall (our main performance venue) and just a two minute walk to the city centre.
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Triskel Christchurch

Launched in 2011 after a long period of restoration and redevelopment, the venue has been transformed into one of the city’s top cultural and performance spaces.
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St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral

Situated near the heart of Cork, St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral is the most recent ecclesiastical site located where the saint is believed to have founded his monastic school in the 7th century. The building contains more than 1,260 sculptures and even a 24-lb cannonball, a…
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Cork City Hall

Festival events and performances centre around Cork’s City Hall, capacity 1,000; one of the most attractive and acoustically superb venues in Ireland.
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