Cork’s Everyman theatre features on RTE Nationwide TV programme

23 March 2017
By Elaine Murphy

The Everyman building that we know and love today has a very special anniversary this year having stood on MacCurtain Street for 120 years. It first opened its doors in 1897 and is a jewel of late Victorian architecture. It originally opened as a music hall and later served as a cinema. Today, the Everyman is one of the leading presenting and producing theatres in Ireland and is a vibrant cultural hub for the people of Cork.

This Nationally Acclaimed Festival, whose Principal Funder is the Arts Council, Grant-Aided by Cork City Council, and supported by RTÉ Supporting the Arts, is the ideal event to savour the best in French cinema, while enjoying the unique French ambiance that it brings to Cork.

You can watch the feature about the 120th anniversary on Nationwide. Find out about the history of our listed building, learn about current productions and hear future plans for the Everyman.

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