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Crane Lane Theatre
Savoy Theatre
City Limits (Comedy Club)
Cyprus Avenue
The Pavilion
The Roundy
Liquid Lounge
An Crúiscín Lán
Fred Zeppelins
Old Oak
De Barras, Clonakilty
The Quad
Cork Opera House
Half Moon Theatre
An Crúibín
Everyman Palace Theatre
Pine Lodge, Myrtleville
An Bróg
Sirius Arts Centre
The Infirmary
Nancy Spains
Triskel Christchurch
Granary Theatre
Firkin Crane Centre
The Marquee
City Hall
Aula Maxima, UCC
Sin É
The Corner House
Franciscan Well
Mr Bradleys
Unitarian Church
An Réalt Dearg
The Vineyard
Green Glens Arena
McDaids, Midleton
Muddy Mahers, Kinsale
Connollys of Leap
The Lodge, Mallow
Briery Gap, Macroom
An Bodhrán, Mitchelstown
The Blackbird
Jolly Roger, Sherkin Is.
White Rooms
An Spailpín Fánach
Boole theatres, UCC
The Lobby Bar
Sir Henrys (RIP)
Charlies bar
An Phoenix
Club One
UCC Old Bar
UCC Student Centre
Agora bar
The Far Side
Sinners bar
Tikki Lounge
The Whisky
The Woodford
The Oliver Plunkett
De Barras, Clonakilty
55 Pearse St., Clonakilty, West Cork

Phone: +353 (0)23 33381

De Barras, Clonakilty photo

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Forthcoming gigs at De Barras, Clonakilty
Jack Lukeman Sat 27 Jul

Ireland's Number one Folk Club

There are many reasons why one might by envious of those who have made Clonakilty their home. Nestled on the Irish Riviera of West Cork, the town has colour, charm and continental ambience. The town bristles with a vibrant civic pride not often found in smaller Irish towns. Home of Clonakilty Black Pudding and many fine restaurants, the town is a gastronomic den of iniquity and, as if this weren’t enough, Clonakilty is blessed with a kindly soft climate, thanks to the Gulf Stream.

” It is the presence of an unlikely musical venue that makes Clonakilty truly special however, to cross the well worn threshold of the shy and rather retiring de Barras Folk Club, is to enter into a world full of possibilities. The possibility that anyone, literally anyone, might ramble in of the street and do a few tunes.”

Mark Mc Devitt, (Irish Examiner 2000)

“ There’s Carnegie Hall, The Royal Albert, Sydney Opera House and then there’s de Barra’s,"

Christy Moore, (August 2003)

Roy Harper's website has some handy information for those who intend travelling to visit the venue: