NEW SEASON JUST ANNOUNCED!
Check out our jam-packed programme of comedy, music and more!
The Everyman 120 events to look out for in the coming months are the exciting and varied programmes we are sharing with the Cork Comedy Festival, Cork Jazz Festival, Cork Film Festival, and of course, no Everyman year would be complete without everyone’s family favourite, our traditional Christmas panto, Beauty and the Beast, gorgeously coproduced by our friends at CADA Performing Arts.
“Each of the 12 months of the year hosts a special Everyman120 show – an event that we feel encapsulates the best of the building’s past, present, or future, as we continue our mission of maintaining tradition and breaking new ground. My continued thanks to you for your unwavering support of the artists who make and present shows here, and indeed your support of our grand old building.“ Julie Kelleher, Artistic Director
Click HERE to see full programme or pop into our box office for a copy of the brochure.
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This autumn and winter sees a range of great nights out in the shape of live gigs and comedy from Donovan, Dermot & Dave, Cara & Majella Together, The Illegals featuring Niamh Kavanagh; two editions of The Everyman Sunday Songbook, John Spillane, Jason Bryne, David O’Doherty, Christine Bovill’e Piaf, Keith Barry, Faulty Towers, Magical Mozart and John Wilson’s A Taste of Rory Gallagher.
From great nights out to the great outdoors… the season brings tales of great adventure as Tom Crean: Antarctic Explorer, returns as well as an appearance from Ireland’s answer to David Attenborough: wildlife expert Colin Stafford-Johnson.
Families who fancy a bit of the weird and wonderful should check out the acclaimed production of Alice In Wonderland by Blue Roaincoat which opens on Halloween night for the weird; and for the wonderful don’t miss Ballet Ireland’s pre-Christmas treat, Romeo & Juliet.
In theatre we have some of the big hits from last year’s Dublin Fringe Festival: Brokentalkers’ stunning take on Europe’s refugee crisis, This Beach; as well Joanne McNally’s honest and funny Bite Me and the charming and hilarious To Hell In A Handbag which gives a leading role to a pair of supporting characters from Oscar Wilde’s beloved The Importance of Being Earnest, both of which recently took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm. Don’t miss Moonfish Theatre’s gorgeous and unique adaptation of Joseph O’Connor’s bestselling novel Star of the Sea – it is everything that modern Irish theatre can, and should be, doing.
Beckett fans can rejoice for 2018 which brings a host of riches in the shape of great classics and new interpretations. Watch out for the world premiere of How It Is: Part One, a new stage adaptation of his novelby international Beckett specialists, and Everyman Artists in Residence, Gare St Lazare; a visit from Druid with their critically-acclaimed smash-hit production of Waiting for Godot; and a special one-off concert performance of Gare St Lazare Beckett inspired music event, Here All Night.