Upcoming Events


Join us on Monday, 8th July at 8pm for the opening of "Not for Sensitive Souls", an Exhibition of Fine Art Photography by Bill Power.

The Exhibition will feature some of his portraiture and fine art images, including award-winners. Bill is well known as an historian and for his involvement in Saint George’s. But his reputation as an award-winning photographer is not as well appreciated locally, despite him having won hundreds of awards in over 35 countries. He has also judged international competitions in several countries including France, Bulgaria, Denmark, Spain, England, Scotland and India.

The Exhibition will run throughout July and open during office hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays and on Wednesday mornings.

Admission is by donation and all funds will go the ongoing restoration work at Saint George's Arts and Heritage Centre.

Entry to the Opening of the Exhibition can be booked on the following link:


Come along and  visit this Exhibition which will be Bill's first in Mitchelstown in 10 years.

All welcome.

Call 087-4696913 or 087-8113611 for a viewing outside of office hours.

The Beatlebums - 7th September 2024

The Beatlebums are a live tribute to the music of The Beatles. Five of Cork’s finest musicians are bringing the magic music of The Beatles to life in sold-out venues across the country. The band covers tunes from all eras of The Beatles’ career, from the early jangle pop hits, through to the middle psychedelic sounds, to the latter-day anthems.

A splendid time is guaranteed for all!

Experience this ultimate tribute night to the Fab Four with us on the 7th September.

Tickets are €25 and available from the usual outlets; Saint George's Office, Spar, 2Shoes, The Favourite and on the following link:


Call 087-4696913 with any questions.

Culture Night with Hank Wedel - 20th September 2024

Hank Wedel celebrates the release of a brand new album entitled "What Happens In Cork" produced by Declan Sinnott (Christy Moore, Mary Black), a collection of ten songs featuring Hank, Declan and a host of special guests recorded in recent years in the hills of Bandon.

Now based in Cork City,guitarist/vocalist/songwriter/recording artist/band leader has performed thousands of gigs from Oklahoma to Azerbaijan,solo or with bands"Princes Street", "Open Kitchen", "Small Town Talk". Hank has been part of a 30 year long Monday Night residency at Charlies Bar in Cork City with mandolin maestro Ray Barron...and has performed onstage with Shane McGowan, Mary Black, Christy Moore, Kila, Philomena Begley and Bono.

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Please note, this is a FREE event in conjunction with Culture Night but you must book and produce a ticket to gain entry to Saint George's.

Tickets can be booked at:


Tickets also available from Saint George's Office, 2Shoes, The Favourite & Spar.

Call 087-4696913 with any questions.

Reggie For President - 27th September 2024

Reggie from the Blackrock Road is the richest man in Cork by a huge margin.

He is the outgoing President of COCI (The Captains of Cork Industry), elite guys

dedicated to maintaining the highest standards on Leeside while paying zero tax and

cheating on their wives.

Broadcasting from his 6.8 million euro mansion on the Blackrock Road, he has over

80,000 followers on social media attracted by his videos mocking Liz Truss, northsiders,

Kerry people and Kanturk. Reggie has also played to sell-out audiences with two shows in

The Everyman Theatre.

After years of tyranny under Michael D. Higgins (who is from Limerick – he keeps that

quiet) Reggie has decided to run for Uachtarán na hÉireann, which means President of

Ireland in case you only did pass Irish for the Inter Cert.

In the run up to the election in 2025, Reggie is travelling to every nook and cranny in

Ireland. His tour will take him to the northside of Cork, minor cities such as Dublin and

Waterford, along with sad small towns which have been by-passed by progress and

advances in personal hygiene.

Join him as he reaches out to the ordinary people of Ireland without touching them, unless

they are gorgeous.

You don’t want to miss it.

Tickets are €25 and available on the following link and from Saint George's Office, Spar, 2Shoes and the Favourite.


Call 087-4696913 with any questions.

Emer Barry in Concert- 12th October 2024

Storyteller is a celebration of all types of stories from the Fairytale to the Great Adventure and the Tearjerker to the Love Story - and even the Gossip Column!  

These stories take the listener on a journey that explores the length and breadth of human emotion and will feature music from movies such as Schindlers List and Breakfast at Tiffanys as well as operatic favourites such as the Habanera from Carmen and Puccini's O Mio Babbino Caro. Ireland is particularly well known for its storytelling tradition so the concert will give a special nod to Irish composers from Percy French to Brendan Graham.

Emer Barry will be joined on the night by Mary McCague on violin and Teresa O'Donnell on Harp.

This trio has been bringing stories to life through music for over a decade and tour USA annually under the name 'Everdream'.

Emer Barry is a soprano with a Masters in Opera Performance and a year of study with English National Opera. She has performed as a guest soloist with both the RTE Concert Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra on both Lyric FM and RTE One. She has played the role of Audrey Hepburn in numerous sold out shows across the country in 'Some Like it Audrey' and has recorded on many albums and CDs throughout her career. She has been touring USA for the last 9 years with 'Everdream' and the group has been featured on both TV and radio in the USA.

They are excited to share their favourite musical stories to an Irish audience this October in St. George's.

Tickets are €25 and available from Eventbrite link below, Saint George's Office, 2Shoes, Spar and The Favourite.


Saint George's is a bring your own bottle venue.

Call 087-4696913 for questions.

Remembering Ronnie with Phelim Drew - 8th November 2024

Ronnie was born in the the village of Glasthule on the southside of Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin. Living in the rented room of a ‘two up, two down’ the family eventually qualified for a council house in Monkstown Farm, also in the ‘the borough’.

His father was a carpenter and his mother a seamstress and before long the family expanded and started to out grow this small but comfortable house. The young Ronnie, being the eldest, was sent to live with his maternal grandparents on the upmarket Tivoli Terrace. His grandparents approach to guardianship was from a bygone era and he longed to be back in the family home. His father, Paddy begged his wife to bring their son home but by now ‘the granny’ had got used to the boy being in the house and Ronnie’s mother, Peg, didn’t want to upset her mother.

Phelim always felt that this separateness was what ultimately led him to carve out his own path in life and take risks that few others were taking at the time.

Ronnie would go on to be a founding member of The Dubliners, leaders in a folk revival that would bring them to massive audiences world wide.

Growing up, Phelim was always struck by the electricity generated at a Dubliners concert. Looking back he can see clearly that the group was exceptional not only because of the individual strength of the performers but that combined they were a force of nature. That energy and excitement coupled with the unbridled joy of a Dubliners audience made for a nights entertainment that felt more like a party in full swing where the hosts and guests were in perfect harmony.

Phelim's ambitions as a singer have always been modest as a result!

Having spent his life so far working in the theatre, music has always played a big part in his tool box as an actor, in shows like The Abbey Theatre production of The Risen People or Landmark/ Olympia Theatre production of Once, A New Musical. Over the years he also always enjoyed the experience of playing small venues with friends.

In the years since his father passed away, he has come to enjoy listening back over his musical legacy and the wealth of material has reawakened not only a sense of pride but also deep appreciation of not just the recordings but the songs that influenced them and how they in turn have influenced others.

In this show join Phelim as he tells a few yarns and sings some of the songs made famous by Ronnie, Luke, Barney, Ciaran and John. The night is made up of a mixture of folk and other forms of musical that helped to make Ronnie and the lads so unique and the hope is to take the audience on a journey that they will enjoy in sharing these experiences in songs and stories.

Tickets are €25 and available from the following link and local outlets Saint George's Office, 2Shoes, The Favourite and Spar.


Saint George's is a bring your own bottle venue.

Call 087-4696913 for any questions.