17, 19, 21 June - 7.30pm
22 & 23 June - 2pm
St. John's Central College / Coláiste Daibhéid, Sawmill Street
Mon/Wed - €15 / €13.50
Fri/Sat/Sun - €18/15
*13.50 for South Parish residents (call box office to book, proof of address required)
Housed in a shipping container La Cocina Pública is a mobile kitchen that brings people together through theatre, food and dining.
Travelling from Chile through cities and neighbourhoods in search of local recipes, aromas, practices and customs, Teatro Container will work with Cork’s South Parish residents to share stories and food that will be enjoyed at delicious collective dining events – with Chilean and Cork artists, storytellers, singers and musicians providing you with memories and entertainment.
Live in the South Parish area of Cork city? Join us in sharing recipes and stories, making bunting and decorations or cooking and hosting for the dining events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or pop into Cork Flower Studio, 104 Douglas Street, Cork to add your name to the sign-up sheet.
Your ticket includes a meal, but to encourage a family-friendly atmosphere for all ages, no alcohol will be served at this event.
TEATRO CONTAINER ARE:
Mayra Olivares Huerta
Juan Larenas Dintrans
Williams Luttgue Bernal
Kevin Morizur Briant
Nicolás Eyzaguirre Bravo
Funded by Cork City Council, University College Cork, Ministerio De La Cultura, Las Artes Y El Patrimonio, HSE Cork Kerry Community Healthcase - Cork South Community Work Department, Douglas Street Business Association and Down2Earth Materials.
With additional support from St John's Central College, Coláiste Daibhéid, Cork Flower Studio, Healthy Cities Cork, Green Spacfes for Health, Cork Food Policy Council, The Lantern Project, Nano Nagle Place, Cork Migrant Centre, The Mature Student Office, UCC, and Centre for Adult Continuing Education, UCC. This is a South Parish Learning Neighbourhood Event.
Wheelchair accessible but footpath/ground to the location may vary in quality. Wheelchair accessible bathroom on site. Those with limited mobility/visual impairment should proceed with caution.