Dancers for the Lunchtime Pop-Up Arts Trail

Empire Rock ‘n’ Roll Acrobatic Dance School: The school is run by professional Polish dancers Kasia and Jarek who have twice won the World Formation Dancing Championship. The club is the first of it’s kind in this country and has been operating in Ireland for over a year and a half. It holds classes in Kanturk, Mallow and Millstreet. There are over 90 members at present. Since January 2017 the Empire Rock ‘n’

Lunchtime Pop-Up Arts Trail. ~ John Carew Poet and Story teller.

John Carew is a poet and story teller. He lives between Knockainey and Lough Gur, County Limerick and has always been fascinated by Old Ireland. Many of his works are performed from memory in the seanchaí style at literary gatherings in Limerick City and in nearby villages and towns and indeed further afield. He is fascinated by Lough Gur, World War 1, and the lives of people who grew up in the old

School Art Competition Winners

  CONGRATULATIONS  Category C and Overall Winner , Laura Enright, “What If…” Kanturk Girls National School. Category B Winner Edel O’Donoghue, “What If We Could Go To Other Planets “ Banteer N.S.   Category D Winner, Sarah O’Keeffe, “What If Life Was A Balloon” 1st Year Coláiste Treasa   Category A Winner, Darragh Crowley, “What if I was a Pirate” 2nd Class, Kilbrin N.S. Category E Winner Samantha O’Dea, “What If…”, T.Y. Scoil

Shakespeare at the Lunchtime Pop Up Arts Trail

Stephen Wyley was born in Cork City and attended Belinda Wild’s Theatre Performance Diploma in Kinsale. Stephen has been acted in many Shakespeare plays in Ireland, London and throughout Europe. While Shakespeare plays are his preference, he has also been in many comedies and dramas both on stage and in front of the camera. Stephen also directs, stage manages, writes, and can operate a lighting rig if needs be. He is delighted to

Kanturk Arts Festival Inaugural Flash Fiction Competition Winners

Kanturk Arts Festival are delighted to announce the winners of the inaugural Flash Fiction competition kindly sponsored by North Cork Co-Op Ltd. Adult Winners First: ‘The Pest’ by Geraldine McCarthy  Runner Up: ‘The Bangor Boat’s Away’ by Sinead Slattery. Junior Winners First:’Tables Turning’ by Sean Moylan. Runners Up:’ Finding my Family’. Callum Carroll. ‘The The Titanic, My Story.’  Kallum Young. All three boys are in St. Colman’s. B.N.S. We are delighted to congratulate the

The Supernatural Brothers come to Kanturk

Thursady March 16th 7:30 pm Kanturk Courthouse as art of the festival opening   The Supernatural Brothers are a unique double act “The Mind Guy and Cornelius The Great” and their World Famous Spirit Guide Theodore Annemann, that fuse world class, cutting edge mindreading with telepathy, supernatural feats mixed with paranormal happenings and comedy. The Supernatural Brothers have astounded corporate audiences such as Dell, BMW, Microsoft, BOI and more with their feats of

The Irish Guitar Quartet Recital

  Kanturk Arts Festival is delighted to announce The Irish Guitar Quartet will be preforming during this years festival on Sunday, March the 19th at 5.00p in Kanturk Courthouse. The Irish Guitar Quartet is comprised of Ireland’s most talented and versatile classical guitarists and is one of Ireland’s premier instrumental ensembles. Jerry Creedon, David Keating, Colin McLean and Aengus Kirakowski have garnered international acclaim as soloists. Each member contributes towards the creation of

Back by Popular Demand

The Clon Jazz Collective In The Daily Grind 2pm to 4pm Sunday 19th March The Clon Jazz Collective in the The Daily Grind iA mix of young and old jazz heads, along with some new guys to jazz. They are based around the Clonakilty area. They will be playing songs by the greats, like Miles Davis and Duke Ellington, along with some bossa nova numbers, and even some funk! This is an afternoon