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Pulses of Tradition returns to Triskel Christchurch from June to September
If you enjoy traditional music, song and dance, then your pulse will be racing at Pulses of Tradition, which returns to Triskel Christchurch at Triskel Arts Centre in Cork from June until September 2013. In its initial run last year, the show received standing ovations, sell out performances and rave reviews which included, ‘This is the best traditional music show we’ve ever seen’, ‘Pulsating, exciting and a must see in Cork City’, ‘Multi-talented, genuine, original and fun’ and ‘superbly talented’. It has since gone on to receive international acclaim having streamed a live video broadcast of a performance to 30,000 people on the street in San Francisco as part of the 2012 St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations and receiving numerous standing ovations during a recent tour in France. Pulses of Tradition is undoubtedly a must see show this summer for young & old, visitor & locals alike.
Newly opened Carewswood Garden Centre and Café in Castlemartyr is every budding gardener’s cup of tea
A brand new destination for Gardening enthusiasts is blooming in East Cork. The newly opened Carewswood Garden Centre and Cafe on the outskirts of Castlemartyr promises to put the ‘care’ back into your garden centre experience with friendly expert advice and a homey atmosphere to set them apart from the competition.
Pictured at the launch of complimentary on Street Wi-fi in Cork City are Shane Deasy, MD of Bitbuzz and Cllr John Buttimer, Lord Mayor of Cork.
This new innovative Bitbuz Freedom Wi-Fi service means Patricks Street, the Grand Parade, Paul Street and the Boardwalk in Cork City Centre have become the first areas outside of Dublin to have a fully managed complimentary Wi-Fi available to the public. The home page for this new service is www.cork.ie which is the Cork City visitors website, keeping Corkonians and visitors alike informed on everything to see and do in the city. To use simply sign in via Bitbuzz or using your Twitter or Facebook account from your smart device or laptop.
Pic Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision
For too long now the people of Cork have been bulling for a new late-night venue with personality – and their call has been herd. On Friday May 24th from 6pm, Cork’s moo-est bar; The Holy Cow is opening its doors to the public with a brilliantly bovine launch party.
Superbly organised, A great experience with lovely people
This July, scientists at Cork Cancer Research are putting on their walking boots to lead the annual Kerry Way Cancer Research Walk along with long-time supporters Pat Falvey and Pat Spillane, and organisers Blaithin Kiernan and Pat Murray.