Upcoming events

Mitchelstown Tractor & Vintage Car Run-14th May

Mitchelstown Tractor and Vintage Car Run- Sunday, May 14th in aid of Saint George's Arts and Heritage Centre. Meeting at the Old Mart Yard, George Street at 10am, the run through Mitchelstown, Ballyporeen and Kilbehenny starts at 11am, returning to Saint George's for refreshments, a raffle and prizes for various tractors and vintage cars. Entry fee €20, all funds raised go towards the restoration works and running costs of our Centre. Please spread the word to all fans of everything Ford, Massey Ferguson, John Deere or even the classic Davey Browne!

A great family event celebrating our motoring and agricultural heritage through the heart of our beautiful area. Saint George's appreciates your continued support. 

Makem & Clancy live at Saint George's- Wednesday, 17th May @ 8pm.

Rory Makem and Donal Clancy carry on the musical legacy, stories and songs of their legendary fathers, Tommy Makem and Liam Clancy.

Rory and Donal are justifiably proud of their families’ storied place in Irish music. Both have seized the opportunity to perform extensively with their famous fathers over the years, all over the world.

They’ve also forged their own musical paths. Dónal Clancy, an acclaimed guitarist, singer and performer, has toured both solo and with The Chieftans, Solas and Danu. Rory Makem is a seasoned performer with over 25 years on the road and he has toured extensively with The Makem and Spain Brothers.

Throughout their individual pursuits the latter-day Makem and Clancy have always sung the praises – literally – of their forebears. They finally joined forces as a duo in 2016 to carry on the legacies of The Clancy Brothers and the original Makem and Clancy, belting out classics like “Brennan on the Moor,” “Whistling Gypsy Rover,” and “Wild Mountain Thyme” while sharing plenty of stories and reminiscences with appreciative, enthusiastic audiences.

Tickets €20 available on Eventbrite, on the door and from local outlets The Favourite, Reidy's Kitchen Market and Roche's Spar. Saint George's Arts & Heritage Centre is delighted to welcome audiences to enjoy Dónal & Rory's performance, please feel free to bring your own beverages.

One Enchanted Evening with Lismore Choir & Guests, on Saturday, May 20th @ 8pm. This night will feature light classics and pop favourites, showcasing the varied and energetic repertoire of the performers. Joining Lismore Choir on the night will be guests- Sarah O’Mahony, soprano and Frank Ryan, tenor all under the musical direction of John Casey.

The concert includes refreshments, patrons are reminded they can also bring their own beverages to further enjoy the occasion. Tickets- €20 are available through Eventbrite, local outlets- Reidy’s Kitchen Market, Roche’s Spar and The Favourite or by calling 087 811 3611                                                                      https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/one-enchanted-evening-with-lismore-choir-guests-tickets-629441084227

Ceoltóirí Mhúscaraí & friends in Concert

Join us Thursday, 13th April for an exceptional night of the best in traditional Irish music from Ceoltóirí Mhúscaraí, under the direction of Irish music icon and Mitchelstown native- Martin Power along with friends. Members of the group include the Uí Chathasaigh family Meadhbh, Cillian and their parents Diarmuid and Caroline. They are among the most accomplished musical ensembles in Ireland, who have both individually and collectively won numerous All-Ireland awards. Maedhbh, who is the youngest of the group, has won the Junior Fiddler of Dooney award, which is regarded by many as the most prestigious fiddle competition in Ireland.

Also performing with Ceoltóirí Mhúscaraí will be Joanne Quirke, a music teacher who is an accomplished musician in whistle and flute and in music arrangement. Also performing will be another music teacher, Brian Ó Broin, who Martin describes as ‘absolutely brilliant’ as an accompanist and composer and and who is also a fine singer. With them will be Jerry Aherne, a banjo player who composes ballads in Irish and English. Like all the other members of the group, Jerry has also won several All-Ireland awards.

This is not the first time that this group performed in Saint George’s, having performed there in June 2019, just two months after the former church had been converted into an arts centre. Neither will it be the first time that Mitchelstown Comhaltas will be performing in the centre, having most recently performed in the hugely successful Saint Patrick’s Day Concert at the arts centre.

All profits from the concert will go to Saint George’s. Tickets are only €15 and can be ordered through Eventbrite, local outlets Reidy’s Kitchen Market, Roche’s Spar, The Favourite or purchased at the door on the night (the show starts at 8pm).


Songs from the Musicals-Theatrical Night.

Friday, 25th March 8pm

'Songs from the Musicals' will feature popular songs from well known musicals and light opera from the talents of Ciara Murray (who teaches at Presentation Secondary School Mitchelstown), Derek Ryan, Ryan Morgan, Ann Linehan, Sibeal Quarter, Laurie Power and Louise Luddy. Join us on Friday 25th March @ 8pm for this theatrical treat.  

Tickets- (€25) available from Reidy's Kitchen Garden, The Favourite and Roche's Spar. Also available on-line;

Theatrical Nights / A Night at the Musicals Tickets, Fri 25 Mar 2022 at 20:00 | Eventbrite 

An Evening with                        The Bob Bradshaw Band

Friday, 27th May @ 8pm        €20 

Bob Bradshaw is returning from the United States with his band for a homecoming show at Saint George’s Arts and Heritage Centre on Friday, May 27th.

Bob got his start in music playing with the Mitchelstown Druids in the early 1980s, and has been exploring many facets of Americana music in the thirty years he’s lived in the States. His inspiration comes from the Texas singer-songwriters whom he strives to emulate, to the roots-rock he plays in bar bands any night of the week in Boston. Bradshaw is presently working on his tenth album of original songs ‘The Art of Feeling Blue’. Joining Bob at Saint George's will be Andrew Stern on electric guitar, John Sheeran on Bass and Mike Connors on drums. More info at www.bobbradshaw.net

An Evening with the Bob Bradshaw Band Tickets, Fri 27 May 2022 at 20:00 | Eventbrite 

Majella Cullagh and the BelCanto Choir will perform a seasonal Christmas Concert at Saint George's on Saturday 11th December at 7.30pm.

The event is proudly supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media, and Cork County Council. 

In the interest of your safety and ours, you are advised that proof of vaccination, a current PCR test or similar evidence will be required prior to admittance.

In line with current Government advice, capacity for the event has been reduced to half and we require the audience to wear masks at all times. Tickets available on Eventbrite