St Vincents GAA Club

The host of talent features the beautiful voice of Mr. Joe Corbett, the St Vincent’s Male Voice Choir, the very talented Anthony Cotter, Michelle Fitzgerald, Lottie O’Driscoll Murray and the Children’s Choir from Gaelscoil Pheig Sayers!

The program includes the coming together of four stars from the world of Hurling and Camogie, All- Ireland Camogie winning Captain, St Vincent’s own Amy O’Connor, Gemma O’Connor, holder of Eleven All Stars, along with Senior All-Ireland Medal Holders, Davy Fitzgerald and Dónal Óg Cusack. Eoin Sheahan from Newstalk’s Off the Ball is the  M.C. for the evening.

It will be a night to be remembered, all proceeds will go towards the upkeep and redevelopment of Club facilities in Páirc Uinsinn so all support will be greatly appreciated! Order your tickets asap before they are gone!

Uncanny: I Know What I Saw

Join Danny Robins, creator of the smash hit BBC Radio 4 paranormal podcasts Uncanny, The Battersea Poltergeist and The Witch Farm and award-winning West End play 2:22 – A Ghost Story, for the biggest investigation into the paranormal – ever.

In Uncanny: I Know What I Saw, you’ll be immersed in the sights, sounds and scares of brand new, real-life stories of the supernatural, from ghosts and poltergeists to UFO sightings and other strange encounters.

Watch as these creepy, thrilling tales are brought to life on stage by Danny and his ever-present team of experts.

Is what happened genuinely supernatural or can it be explained?

Are you #TeamBeliever or #TeamSceptic?

You’ll even have a chance to share your own stories, if you dare.

Warning: This show will make you jump, laugh, think and question the very nature of reality!

Where is my Mind? – Niall Breslin

Having led a colourful life thus far and being no stranger to a slap from the dark side, Niall ‘Bressie’ Breslin has made it his vocation to excavate and discover what it is that makes us humans dive, survive, recover and thrive in the head melty-chaos of the modern world.

In 2024, Niall takes his quest on the road with the WHERE IS MY MIND live show. The unique and intoxicating mix of music, spoken word, monologues and incredible guests is coming to a number of prolific venues across Ireland and the UK.

This marvelous show has captivated audiences with its humour, heart, relatability and creativity.

Breslin’s distinctive storytelling, skillful delivery and carefully crafted soundtrack disarms the audience and brings them with him on a compelling and, at times, emotional journey. His unparalleled capacity to connect with his guests in a humorous and profoundly human way is why he won this year’s Irish podcast award for best interview.

Guests for the live shows have included U2’s Adam Clayton, Michael Harding and Conor Moore, with some very special guests lined up for the April tour.

Professor Brian Cox – Horizons: A 21st Century Space Odyssey

Horizons has taken over 250,000 people across three continents on a dazzling journey; a story of how we came to be and what we can become. Using state of the art screen technology, venues across the world from New Zealand to the Arctic Circle have been filled with images of far-away galaxies, alien worlds, supermassive black holes and the latest theories of the origin of the Universe.

What is the nature of space and time? How did life begin, how rare might it be and what is the significance of life in the Cosmos? What does it mean to live a small, finite life in a vast, eternal Universe? Having travelled the world, it’s now time for a final journey around our magnificent and baffling Universe.

Horizons is a celebration of our civilisation, of our music, art, philosophy and science; an optimistic vision of our future if we continue to explore Nature with humility and to value ourselves and our fellow human beings.

DCCI Design Week – Is Folklore The Future?

Cork Opera House is committed to supporting a sustainable future across the entire gamut of arts, culture and design. A beacon of folklore, Cork Opera House champions the act of storytelling on a daily basis, platforming oral history in practice and performance. We are dedicated to implementing a sustainable compass by which the next generation of practitioners are led. In convening to host a dynamic oral discussion as part of DCCI Design Week 2023, Cork Opera House is thrilled to be working with Chapter to propel real change with respect to our collective circular futures.

We will delve into Ireland’s world-famous folklore and unearth the timeless wisdom woven into its narratives. These age-old tales have the ability to communicate complex themes, providing us with a lens through which we can examine our relationship with sustainability. As we journey through folklore, from a design perspective, we’ll excavate the narratives that have guided our choices and behaviours.

Speakers and panellists will include:

Eunice Power – Chef and business owner

Doireann Healy – Begley & Bowie

Deirdre Corcoran – Chapter

Jackie Gowran – Business Weaving

Madeleine Murray – Change By Degrees

Sean O’Sullivan – Badly Made Books

With special guests to be announced.

Grab your tickets now for an engaging evening of thought-provoking conversation.

An Audience With Liverpool Legends

The Ultimate evening of Liverpool legends with Ray Houghton and Peter Beardsley on stage together hosted by Jed Stone. The evening will be full of entertainment and banter as you can well expect, so sit back and enjoy!

This evening will give you a full insight into their careers, from previous clubs, to putting on the famous red jersey, to representing their national country.

There will be 100 limited opportunities for Meet and Greet pre-show for photos and signatures. Don’t miss out on your chance to be one of those…

This House a Home – Culture Night

Join local historian Brigid McCarthy on an audio tour through Cork Opera House, exploring hidden parts of the building and the history of this cultural landmark; a symbol of music and theatre for the people of Cork since 1855.

As we delve into the building’s history, including the destruction of Cork Opera House by fire in 1955, we learn the impact of the past on the present, and how people of Cork truly feel about this building today.

Interrogating who gets to call the Opera House a home, and why some people get to feel more “at home” in cultural spaces than others, This House a Home asks of its audiences: can Cork Opera House ever be a space where we all belong?

Please bring your own smartphone and headphones to experience this audio performance, created as part of a Masters by Research studentship with UCC and Cork Opera House by Angela O’Callaghan, in collaboration with the Lantern Project and its participants.


Writer & Facilitator: Angela O’Callaghan

Co-facilitator: Hannah Kate Healy

Graphic Designer: Aggie Dolan

Sound Designer & Composer: Padraig Ryan Bob

Voice Artist: Niamh Santry

Made in collaboration with participants at the Lantern Community Project.


This event requires you to bring your own smartphone and headphones.

The route of this tour through Cork Opera House has step-free access.

Alan Clarke – The Big News Coming Soon Live Podcast

The Big News Coming Soon Podcast hosted by Alan Clarke has quickly become one of the most popular podcasts in Ireland with weekly appearances in the top ten download charts.

The Podcast has gone from strength to strength and it was nominated as one of the top ten podcasts in Ireland in 2022, Alan himself won Best Newcomer in 2023 at the Gossie Awards.

With over 20,000 downloads per week the Big News Coming Soon Podcast has something for everyone. Due to demand Alan Clarke will now host a special one-off show in The Cork Opera House with a host of special guests and friends from the latest season of the Podcast.

If you’re looking for a night of Comedy, Music, Craic & Banter then this is the show for you. Special guests include: Singer/Comedian Garron Noone, the only Tiktok star of his generation Stephen Cowboy Kelly (3 Bucks Left) & Cork legends Julie Haynes & Brenda Dennehy (Left On Read Podcast Hosts) plus more to be announced.

Psychology Of Serial Killers

Presented by ex-forensics lecturer Jennifer Rees, learn about serial killers you’ve never heard before in this acclaimed, sell-out show. The Psychology of Serial Killers will give even the most dedicated true crime fan new insights to the phenomenon of serial homicide. 


During this talk, you will learn:

How serial killers are categorised

Identifying serial killer myths

Why is it that you can mostly only name white, male serial killers?

Female serial killers

Why do some serial killers receive fan mail, love letters and even marriage proposals? 

Killer couples (or partnered homicide)


Finally, this talk will conclude with answering one of the most commonly-asked questions: “Why am I so interested in serial killers?” As you will see, an interest in true-crime is far from a new sensation. But why are some people so fascinated with the criminal mind? This talk will explain all the factors of such content which have provoked your interest, and you will find that you are not as unusual as you may think.

An Audience with Celtic Legends John Hartson and Chris Sutton

With over 250 appearances, 151 goals and 14 titles lifted during their time at the club, these two Celtic heroes have cemented themselves in history.

The evening will kick off with a live and unfiltered interview hosted by the fantastic Jed Stone. The legends will talk openly and honestly about their time at the club, the highs, the lows and the ins and outs of the Celtic Park dressing room. During the second half of the evening we will open up the floor to you for our audience led Q&A, this is your perfect chance to ask the guys something about their careers or the teams they played in or to get their opinions on Ange Postecoglou and the current crop of stars.

There are a limited amount of VIP tickets for this celebratory event, which include a meet and greet plus professional photograph with the legends, plus the bonus of premium seating for the show.