The Everyman Theatre
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The Everyman produces and presents some of the best in Irish and international performance for Cork audiences. The auditorium, a jewel of late Victorian architecture, is a favourite with audiences and performers alike for its intimacy and atmosphere.
The Everyman seasonal programmes offer a diverse range of shows, including little gems of touring theatre, comedy, opera, music, dance and family friendly shows. The theatre has welcomed companies such as The Abbey Theatre, Irish National Opera, Druid, Chinese State Circus, Junk Ensemble, Rough Magic Theatre Company, Gare St. Lazare Ireland, Royal Shakespeare Company as well as artists such as Paul Brady, Glen Hansard, Des Bishop, Camille O Sullivan and many more.
The theatre has been at the heart of Cork’s cultural life since 1897. Steeped in history, the building is listed and an example of late Victorian architecture. Moreover, the auditorium is a favourite with audiences and performers for its atmosphere and intimicy.
The Everyman Bar offers a relaxed ambience with a great range of locally sourced and artisan beverages.
The Everyman is situated in the heart of the city, in Cork’s vibrant Victorian Quarter, yet within easy access to the N40, N25 and M8 road networks. There is a choice of car parking nearby and the theatre is within walking distance of the two main public transport hubs, Kent Train Station and Parnell Place Bus Station.
In addition, there are a range of eating options on MacCurtain Street to facilitate every dining need.