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Claire Balding is known for her honesty and openness on social media about her struggle with alopecia. People came out in their droves to listen to her live the last…

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Join the Lir Quartet on Saturday 28 March for a wonderful lunchtime concert featuring a programme of Haydn and Borodin. Our lunchtime concerts have been growing in popularity due to…

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For Ofri Cnaani’s exhibition, opening on 3 September, we are looking for electronic waste, and we are inviting you to bring old or discarded electronic items to Triskel Arts Centre….

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We love getting to know the artists whose work inhabits Triskel Gallery Space. We always learn something new. And after getting to know Fiona, we’ve added a few books to…

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Join artist Fiona Kelly and curator Miguel Amado in conversation  on Saturday 22 February. The talk, which begins at 12pm, is free and all are welcome. Fiona and Miguel will…

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Triskel Arts Centre and Cork World Book Festival are honoured to announce a very special event will take place during this year’s book festival in April 2020 to celebrate the…

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FameLab is held annually in over 30 countries and a whole host of Cork partners are teaming up with the British Council once more to bring it to the region. Armed…

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When you look at the photo of Alina Bzhezhinska with her harp, you probably think ‘Oh lovely, a classical music concert’. You’d be wrong! This is Jazz Harp with a…

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Anxo Lorenzo, Jim Murray, Dónal O’Connor and Jack Talty will be here on Wednesday 22 January at 8pm and these are the reasons you HAVE to see them: 1.       A…

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The Academy Awards Oscar Nominations have been announced and four of the films we’re showing in Triskel Cinema are in the running for multiple awards! Little Women (Fri 17 –…

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Overburden by Fiona Kelly is the first visual arts exhibition to open in Triskel Gallery Space in 2020. Fiona, who is based in Cork, studied at CIT Crawford College of…

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Triskel Arts Centre are delighted to announce that Miguel Amado is curating the exhibitions at Triskel Gallery Space in 2020. Amado is director of Cork Printmakers and has just been…

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