It Takes a Village festival announce first round of acts!

Friday May 10 – Sunday May 12 2019 Trabolgan Holiday Village, East Cork Strictly over 21’s The first round of confirmed acts: Gilles Peterson Herbert Sista Nancy The Herbaliser Saint Sister Don Letts Lisa O’Neill Snapped Ankles New Jackson Meltybrains? Katie Kim Pillow Queens Colm K Bantum Ships Nialler9 AE MAK Happyalone Kevin Barry Lisa McInerney Cormac…

€2.7 billion savings for the Irish economy if employers offered more flexibility

If every business in Ireland offered just one flexible role to their employees, this would result in an average saving of €11,000 per company. This is according to the award-winning company, Employmum, whose estimates are based on offering a flexible position to employees. The savings would come in the form of savings from running an…

Award winners announced for the 63rd Cork Film Festival

Irish short Stigma has won the prestigious award of Grand Prix Irish Short Award at the sixty-third Cork Film Festival Awards Ceremony at the Triskel. The film, directed by Helen Warner and produced by Marie McDonald, now joins the longlist for the Academy Awards in 2020 in the Live Action Short Film category. The awards were presented ahead of the Closing…

Internationally renowned film talent line-up for 63rd Cork Film Festival

Over 150 renowned Irish and international actors and directors will attend the sixty-third Cork Film Festival, which commenced with the highly anticipated Opening Gala Float Like A Butterfly. The European premiere kicked off 10 days of cinema, with 250 Irish and international films, documentaries and shorts being screened from November 9 to 18. For full details…

APC Microbiome Ireland to host public event on Gut Health for Performance as part of Cork Science Festival 2018

You don’t put diesel into a petrol engine. So, whatever sport you enjoy, it is important to understand the science of nutrition to optimise your body’s performance and health. Ireland’s leading gut health institute, APC Microbiome Ireland, is hosting a public forum, Spilling the Guts on Performance, as part of Cork Science Week on November 12…

SeaFest sets sail for Cork in 2019 – Ireland’s largest Marine Festival comes to Cork in 2019

SeaFest, Ireland’s largest and most spectacular maritime festival, will set sail for Cork next year. The festival will dock in Cork for the next three years, from 2019 to 2021. Ireland’s national maritime festival has been held in Galway for the past three years, and has quickly become one of the most popular events in…