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More Events

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Invitation to Wander


19.06.19 - 22.06.19, 19.30

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La Cocina Pública/ The Public Kitchen


19.06.19 - 23.06.19 

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Bella Italia! with Finnish Early Music Specialists Helmi Consort!


22.06.19 19.00

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Crosstown Drift in the Garden


22.06.19 12.30 - 14.00

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Food as a Commons!


22.06.19, 9.00 - 19.00

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‘Davis Now’ RTÉ Radio 1 Lecture ‘Houses in Motion: Architecture and Patterns of Dwelling’


28.06.19 19.00

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Five Seasons; The Gardens of Piet Oudolf Film Screening and Discussion


29.06.19, 14.00

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Changing Face of Cork City – Free Photography Exhibition


05.07.19 - 31.08.19

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Architecture Walking Tours


Thursday 04.07.19 - 25.07.19

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The Lobby at the Goldie – July Music Series


Friday 12.07.19, 19.07.19, 26.07.19

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Saturday Makers Club


06.07.19, 13.07.19, 20.07.19, 27.07.19 13.30 - 15.00

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The Lobby Bar: Music Through the Windows of Union Quay


12.07.19, 18.30

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‘A Brief History of [Cork] Time’ with Dr Peter Hession


19.07.19, 18.30

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‘Karl’s Cork’ talk by Cork photographer Karl Grabe


26.07.19, 18.30

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Launch of East Cork Early Music Festival


02.08.19, 17.30

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‘Cork’s Early History Through the Medium of Maps’ talk by Professor Howard Clarke


02.08.19, 18.30

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‘Under the Goldie Fish: on a journey through historic views of Cork’ talk by Dr Michael Waldron


09.08.19, 18.30

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