Book online @ Cork Midsummer Box Office

Book by phone: 021 4215159

Festival Box Office
Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin Street, Cork
5 — 21 June. Open Monday To Sunday, 11am-6pm

Await the Arts Explosion

Two Weekends: 12th-14th & 19th-21st June 2015

Thank you so much!

Thank you so much!

The 2015 Festival is over and what a brilliant two weekends it was! All of us here at CMF wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who helped make the Festival happen this year.

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The Dark Side Cabaret - 21 June

The Dark Side Cabaret - 21 June

Join us for our closing night party at the beautiful Crane Lane Theatre with our hand-picked selection of cabaret artists compered by Ronan Leonard.

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Friars Walk

Friars Walk

Join Simon Simeonis as we open his 14th Century version of the Lonely planet guide and discover a world not too far from our own…

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Festival Highlight Dublin Oldschool 19-21 June

‘Exceptional acting squared with exceptional writing … unmissable.’
***** The Sunday Times

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Fun for all the family - WhistleBlast Quartet

Join WhistleBlast Quartet for a series of family concerts and workshops this weekend in The Gresham Metropole Hotel

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News

Hello 6th July 2015

Thank you so much!

The 2015 Festival is over and what a brilliant two weekends it was! All of us here at CMF wanted to say a massive thank you from the bottom of our hearts to everyone who contributed to make the Festival happen this year.

Hello 21st June 2015

Come to the Cabaret tonight @Cork Midsummer Festival

As the sun sets on this year’s Festival join us to bring our your dark side with The Dark Side Cabaret at The Crane Lane 9pm ‘til late. Limited tickets available

Hello 21st June 2015

Happy Sunday! Let’s seize the day @Cork Midsummer Festival

The sun is shining, the sky is blue and it’s the final day of Cork Midsummer Festival 2015.  Many of today’s shows are sold out and the rest of today’s events are selling fast so we advise you to book your tickets as soon as possible. This is your final call #CorkArtsExplosion