Daily Archive: Monday, March 4, 2013
Tiz McNamara is an extremely exciting young song writing talent, originally from Douglas, Cork but now living in the UK. He grew up in Woolhara Park and received his early education at St Anthonys boys school in Ballinlough. Tiz then went on to study in Christian Brothers College. Although interested in sport from a young
Now in its 24th year, the Cork French Film Festival organised by Alliance Française de Cork returns with a cinematic treat for lovers of film in its classic form. Noir et Blanc is the theme that binds this year’s programme, taking audiences on a timeless journey through French cinema classics of yesteryear up to groundbreaking contemporary films,
Today, Monday 4 March, at a reception in Cork City, Peter Aiken announced thatLittle Mix, Bell X1, Ke$ha & Imelda May will join the line up for Live At the Marquee Cork this summer. Now in its 9th year Live At The Marquee Cork was a winner at the 2012 IMRO Awards. This year the renowned concert series will also seeSting, Elvis Costello, ZZ Top, The Wanted,
Carrigaline Court Hotel & Leisure Centre presents The Whirlwind Romance Winter Wedding Package, an all inclusive wedding package for this winter. October to December 2013, including Christmas and New Year (€55 per person all inclusive). Email Wedding Co Ordinator Sinead Gillen on email@example.com for further details.
Strengthen, tone and enhance flexibility while regulating the body’s energy and reducing stress. Yoga for Life with Ceara focuses on Ashtanga Yoga for beginners/intermediate. New to Yoga? Yoga offers something for everyone regardless of fitness levels, body type, age, flexibility or shape. There will be modifications offered in each posture to cater for everyone. Ceara is
The original Bosco presenter, Frank Twomey, is available for The Bosco Party as new and exciting celebration experience. Frank can make anniverseries, communions, birthdays and more. Contact Frank on 086 345 463. Bosco was an Irish children’s television programme produced during the late 1970s and early 1980s.A shared cultural experience for children in Ireland at