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Triskel Arts Centre begins its Autumn cinema programme with a weekend of spills and chills for the Halloween season. We have two of the most critically-acclaimed horror pictures of recent…

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The Spotlight Chamber Music Series returns to Triskel this Autumn/Winter. Curated by cellist Aoife Burke, this popular series is based on the principle of bringing together some of Ireland’s most…

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Cork Film Festival have just released their programme for 2021 and they’ve outdone themselves yet again. This year’s programme features national and international films, documentaries and shorts with Q&A panels…

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Back in 2020, before the world turned upside down, John was our last live music event before we had to close. So it’s a wonderful feeling of ‘normal’ to welcome…

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The Cork Folk Festival is one of the highlights of Cork’s musical calendar and it’s a festival we very much look forward to at Triskel. This year, we’re joined by…

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Artist Amanda Rice was born in Mayo and is based in London. She holds an MA from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, and a BA from…

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We look forward to welcoming audience members back again to Triskel Arts Centre. As part of our commitment to the continued well-being of our audience members, team members, and in…

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Join us to hear a captivating new duo featuring the celebrated Irish violinist Mairéad Hickey and the acclaimed French harpist Anaïs Gaudemard. They’ll perform in Triskel Christchurch on Friday 8…

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We’re looking forward to welcoming back our long-term partners the National String Quartet Foundation this Autumn. The series starts on Satuday 11 September with the Esposito Quartet who will perform…

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Triskel Arts Centre are powering ahead with an exciting Autumn programme. We’ll welcome back long-term partners the National String Quartet Foundation and Cork Folk Festival as well as acts from…

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Musicians Mike Hanrahan and Lorraine Nash and comedian Colm O’Regan are amongst the acts scheduled to appear at Triskel Courtyard, a new covered space that can seat up to 50…

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Uilleann piper David Power has been appointed as the Music Network RESONATE Artist at Triskel Arts Centre in Cork City. As part of the residency, he will develop exciting new…

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