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Entertainment in Cork



Cork is not only a cultural city, it's also a fun city and has many alternatives for your entertainment.

Nightclub and bars
Most known theaters are:
  • Bodega: Has four bars within a large warehouse, is considered by many to be Cork's best watering-hole. Located at 46 Cornmarket Street.

  • Redz, a popular nightclub, located at 17 Liberty Street, features local and international DJs.

  • City Limits: At Coburg Street, is a combined comedy/nightclub.

  • The Newport Bar: 6 Paul Street Plaza, is a restaurant and club.


Top venues:
  • Sin É: (Pronounced "shin ay", mean "that's it"), 8 Coburg Street, features live traditional Irish music.

  • An Spailpin Fanac: (The Wandering Labourer), 28 South Main Street. Also features live traditional Irish music.

  • The Half Moon Theatre: At Emmett Place, located to the rear of the main Cork Opera House, is another good live-music venue.

Cinemas:
  • Cinema World Douglas: 5 Screens Dolby Digital Surround Sound Air Conditioning Stadium Seating Loop system for hearing aid users Fully Wheelchair Accessible Address: Douglas, Cork.
  • Gate Multiplex: 6 Screens Dolby Digital Surround Sound Air Conditioning Stadium Seating Loop system for hearing aid users Fully Wheelchair Accessible Address: North Gate Bridge.
  • Kino Cinema: The only independent art house cinema in Ireland. The objective has always been to bring quality films of all sizes and nationalities to the film-going public of Cork and its region. The Kino currently has one screen, with a capacity of 188 seats.

Theatres:
  • Corcadorca: Corcadorca Theatre Company has produced over 30 shows. They take theatre out of traditional venues and bring it into unexpected places.
  • Cork Arts Theatre: CAT offers workshops to new writers; since 1981 more than 140 new plays were performed.
  • Cork Opera House: Cork Opera House is a municipal theatre, offering it's audiences a varied, high quality programme which represents local, national and international developments in the performing arts.
  • Granary: The programme combines work in theatre, performance, dance, live art, installation & music.
  • The Half Moon Theatre: The Half Moon Theatre is a flexible studio space, its interdisciplinary projects, mix drama with music and comedy.







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