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Crawford Art Gallery

The Crawford Art Gallery is a national cultural institution in the heart of Cork city and is dedicated to the visual arts, both historic and contemporary.  One of the most popular collections at the gallery is of Greek & Roman sculpture casts, which had been brought to Cork in 1818 from the Vatican Museum in Rome.


01 January
31 December

Design Pop

Design Pop is set to return to Cork city from August 28th with its new theme entitled ‘Resiliance’. A series of installations will be created by selected designers & architects who work with Cork-based food & drink producers to create a brand-new food and design walking trail around the city.


28 August
30 August

Cork Pride Festival

As the principal accommodation partner of Cork Pride Festival, The River Lee is the ideal base for enjoying the city’s most colourful party. The festival will take place from September 19th – 26th, under the theme 'Family Matters'. The festivities will culminate on September 26th with the socially distanced Pride Pod Parade & the drive-in after party headlined by global sensation, Sonique and hosted by Paul Ryder.



19 September
26 September
Cork International Film Festival

Cork International Film Festival

Ireland’s first and largest film festival, the 65th Cork Film Festival will take place once more in November 2020. A port city, connected to the world, A country with close ties to Europe and beyond. A festival providing a lens on the world, connecting people through film and conversation.


05 November
15 November

The Lewis Glucksman Gallery

Our neighbour, The Lewis Glucksman Gallery, have some exciting new exhibitions coming up this year. ‘Being and Belonging in Contemporary Ireland’ will be running from November 26th until March 14th 2021 & will be the final instalment of a trilogy of exhibitions to mark the ‘Decade of Commemorations’ through contemporary Irish art. 


26 November
14 March