Cork Opera House has announced a new programme of events, its first since closing its doors in March
The Christmas panto has had to be cancelled with Cork Opera House CEO Eibhlín Gleeson saying they’re “devastated” but “Sleeping Beauty will just get to sleep a little longer than initially thought”
Cork Opera House has announced a new programme of events, its first since closing its doors in March of this year but has had to cancel this year’s Christmas panto
The new programme, which will be live streamed to audiences at home, features an eclectic mix of music by a host of established and emerging artists.
The programme features some of Cork’s best known artists, including Mick Flannery, Majella Cullagh and Molly Lynch, while the annual Christmas Concert will also be streamed online this year as the iconic venue brings audiences an alternative and re-imagined programme.
Management at the Opera House say they’re delighted to be working with artists in the locality once again with their winter programme showcasing the incredible talent the region has to offer
Commenting on the cancellation of this year’s Christmas panto, Cork Opera House CEO Eibhlín Gleeson said, “We’re devastated that we can’t go ahead with our Panto this year, it’s our biggest show of the year and the Opera House simply won’t feel the same without it and she thanked their patrons and the Cork public for the support shown over the last 7 months”
For the full programme of events visit www.corkoperahouse.ie