Monday, 29 November 2010

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

IT IS GOING TOP BE A BUSY CHRISTMAS FOR THE CORK OPERA HOUSE
FILMS AND PLAYS AND, OF COURSE, THE PANTO FEATURE IN THE PACKED LIST BELOW....

FILM
CORK CINE CLUB
Thu 2 Dec, 8:30pm
Half Moon Theatre
Lourdes
Dir: Jessica Hausner, Austria/France, 2009, 96 mins, Cert: G, Language: French
A cool and firmly ambitious film, Lourdes is an accomplished work which radiates intelligence. Hausner neither belittles nor reveres her subjects.
Tickets:  €10 or 5 for €45
  

CONCERT
Sun 5 Dec, 8pm
Jimmy McCarthy & Donal Lunny
Celebrating the release of his new album, Hey Ho Believe, Jimmy MacCarthy returns to Cork Opera House accompanied by legendary musician Donal Lunny.

Performing all the well-known hits such as No Frontiers, Ride on, The Contender and Katie’, Jimmy packed the house in April so get in early to avoid disappointment.

Tickets: €31, €36  (Booking fee may apply)


DRAMA
Thu 9 Dec, 7pm
Hamlet
Broadcast live from the National Theatre, London.  Starring Rory Kinnear as Hamlet.
Please note start time of 7pm.
Tickets:  €20 (Booking fee may apply)
Schools concession:  €15 (no booking fee for school groups)

FILM
CORK CINE CLUB
Thu 9 Dec, 8:30pm
Half Moon Theatre
Samson and Delilah
Dir: Warwick Thornton, Australia, 2009, 100 mins, Cert: 15A, Language: Aboriginal, English.  Alove story that begins at a remote outpost – home to a small Aboriginal community – in the Central Australian desert.
Tickets:  €10 or 5 for €45
  
COMEDY
Fri 10 Dec, 8pm
Jason Byrne 2010
The biggest selling comedian at the Edinburgh Fringe festival ... ever!
Tickets: €26, €27.50, €29 (Booking fee may apply)


CONCERT
Sun 12 Dec, 8pm
Man in Mirror – The Music of Michael Jackson
The ultimate tribute to the King of Pop with a full live band and dance troupe.
Tickets: €26, €31 (Booking fee may apply)


FAMILY
From Wed 15 Dec
The Cheerios and Cork Opera House 2010 Christmas Pantomime
Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, it’s off to the panto we go!  Cork’s favourite performers will be back with another spectacular, fun-packed panto.  Directed by Bryan Flynn (Fame The Musical, West Side Story, Michael Collins).
Tickets: €26, €28.50, €31. Family Ticket: €100 (Booking fee may apply)


FILM
CORK CINE CLUB
Thu 16 Dec, 8:30pm
Half Moon Theatre
Micmacs
Dir: Jean-Pierre Jeunet, France, 2009, 105 mins, Cert: 15A, Language: French
Nobody beats Jeunet for sheer comic inventiveness and the speed with which he whips ideas into crazy reality. His pacing is fantastic.
Tickets:  €10 or 5 for €45


CONCERT
Sun 19 Dec, 8pm
The Celtic Tenors – Home For Christmas
Get in the holiday spirit with Christmas favourites, along with their usual mix of classical, folk, Irish and pop repertoire.
Tickets: €26, €28.50, €31, €33.50 (Booking fee may apply)


COMEDY
Mon 20 Dec, 8pm
Kevin Bridges
The 2009 Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer winner’s sharp one-liners arguably make him the hottest act to come out of Scotland in the last ten years.
Tickets: €26 (Booking fee may apply)

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