Due to severe weather conditions the performances on 1st, 2nd and 3rd March had to be cancelled.
The first RESONATE performance is now scheduled for Sunday, 4 March, 8 pm, Firkin Crane. Updates will follow regarding lunchtime performances during the week from 5 - 9 March.
Ticket Prices: €10 full, €8Read more
Tickets available at the box office, www.firkincrane.ie or on 021 - 4507487
Online and phone bookings subject to per ticket fee, €1 Firkin Crane restoration levy included in ticket price
Final Year students of Engaging the Profession are excited about their Dublin field trip this week to see Porcelain by Margaret Perry at the Peacock Theatre.Read more
7th March 2018 - Theatre Development Centre, Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin St, Cork.Read more
'We don't know what's buried here - the theatre of campaigning'
Grace Dyas - activist, writer, theatre producer & director with THEATREclub
Perforum Spring 2018 'Innovative Practice in the Performative Arts
Wednesdays 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Perforum events are open to the public and admission is free.
UCC wishes to appoint an ethnomusicologist of distinction to the permanent position of Lecturer in Ethnomusicology. We are seeking an ethnomusicologist whose specialisms are complemental to existing staff, and whose contributions will enhance and develop our current strengths in both research and teaching.Read more
Second Year Site-Specific PerformanceRead more
SHOW, the annual weekend event where new works and works-in-progress are shown to the public, happens this coming weekend. For those interested the schedule is below. Be aware that capacity is limited and seating will be on a first-come-first-served basis.Read more
Corvus: Keep Crow and CarrionWeds 29rd at 6pmRead more
Thurs 30th at 6pm
Drama Lab, Connolly Complex, Western Road, Cork City
Booking is essential via Eventbrite.ie
We are now the DEPARTMENT OF THEATRERead more
Dance Workshops with Colin Dunne,Read more
UCC Traditional Artist in Residence 2017 - 18 will commence on
Thursday 9th of November
at 1.00pm and at 3.00pm in the Ó Riada Hall,
Music Building, Sundays Well Road, UCC
Perforum is an events series hosted by Drama and Theatre studies featuring the work of directors, practitioners, and researchers in the fields of theatre, drama and performance studies.Read more
‘Acts of Care’: applied drama and ‘sympathetic presence’ in Person-Centered Practice
Dr Matt Jennings, Ulster University.
Weds 8th November, Theatre Development Centre, Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin St., Cork City
The College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (UCC) and the School of Music and Theatre (UCC), in association with The Arts Council, announce the appointment of the internationally renowned performer and teacher, Colin Dunne, as the Traditional Artist in Residence at University College Cork 2017-18. Dunne will deliver a series of concerts, workshops, and classes over the course of his 1-year residency, beginning in October.Read more
JJ Riordan is a composer, performer and student on the MA in Ethnomusicology programme at UCC. JJ recently accepted a challenge to make a beat using a pug owned by a friend. The result was a music video that was picked up by social media channels, receiving almost 4m views. JJ has since gone on to make similar 'found sound' videos with subjects including a mini cooper, his family farm, and the Music Building at UCC.Read more
The Palgrave Handbook of Sound Design and Music in Screen Media: Integrated Soundtracks
This new book co-edited by UCC Lecturer in Music Dr Danijela Kulezic-Wilson and Dr Liz Greene (Liverpool John Moores University) bridges the gap between film sound and film music studies by bringing together scholars from both disciplines.Read more
THE DONAL (DOC) GLEESON INSTRUMENTAL TUITION AWARDS
FUAIM is very proud to present the winners of this year's Donal 'Doc' Gleeson Awards for undergraduate performance. They are Rebecca Saich, Ricky Kelleher, Ciara McGarrigle and Conor Soltan.
In memory of their colleague, Donal Gleeson, the Dublin Postal Clerks Branch of the Communication Workers' Union has established a fund to enable the University to provide a number of Instrumental Tuition Awards. Up to four awards are made each year to deserving undergraduate music students. This week's Friday lunchtime concert will feature four short performances by Rebecca, Ricky, Ciara and Conor, including Irish traditional, popular, Western Art and Indian classical musics.