Tickets

You can purchase tickets for upcoming shows, by calling to: 
The Avondhu  |  18 Lower Cork Street, Mitchelstown, Co Cork
or
The Avondhu  |  24 MacCurtain Street, Fermoy, Co Cork

About Us

The Village Arts Centre is a not-for-profit facility run by a handful of dedicated volunteers.

Established in 1995, the centre has continued to host an average of one show per week embracing the very best of professional and amateur talent.

Artistes from all over the globe have expressed both praise and amazement at the wonderful facility that this former church building is providing. 

In fact, so good are the acoustics here that a number of musicians and groups have used the centre as a recording facility.

Our mission here is to provide the area with quality live entertainment as good as any found in the larger towns and cities. 

The History

1995

Presidential Greeting

Chairman of Kilworth Village Arts Centre, Liam Howard, greets Her Excellency, President Mary Robinson, at Kilworth when she officially opened the facility.

1995

Turning the sod

Her Excellency, President Mary Robinson, turning the sod in Kilworth and planting a tree to mark the official opening of The Village Arts Centre in June 1995.

1995

Standing to attention

Kilworth residents, including Liam Howard, Dave Gleeson, Jerry O'Leary and Willie Walsh, in the company of President Mary Robinson and her husband as the National Anthem plays in Kilworth during the official opening of the centre in June 1995.

Into the Archives … June 1995 Official Opening

11th

June 1995

Making
front
page
news …

The front page of The Avondhu from June 15th, 1995
featuring the visit of President Mary Robinson
to the Avondhu area, which took place on
Friday, June 11th, 1995.

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