11:00 – ‘Keep on Moving’ – Gate Cinema
St Joseph’s Foundation Mallow launch their song “Keep On Moving”. This music project has been made possible through Creative Ireland Funding via Cork County Council. Musicians and artists from the Cork area have supported Mallow Hub attendees to create lyrics and music showcasing individual talents, skill and creativity. Free admission – Limited Tickets available at the Gate Mallow Box Office
12:00 – 15:00 – Irish Wheelchair Association Open Day – Gilbert Centre
Exhibition of Arts and Crafts in a variety of media. There will also be an opportunity to watch the docudrama – “The Bee All that Ends All” which was produced in late 2019.
14:00 – “Top Hat & Tails” – Bridhaven Nursing Home.
A musical afternoon as part of the Festivals Outreach programme.
16:00 – The Prairie Jaywalkers – Insomnia
Treat yourself to some great coffee and a relaxed late afternoon of bluegrass and old timey country music.
18:00 – Still Life Painting Exhibition – West End Art Studios
Mallow Arts Festival opens on Wednesday July 20th @ 6pm at the West End Art Centre (P51N4FR) with an art exhibition of still life paintings by professional artists from 11 different countries. The exhibition is curated by Colman and Marie Dalton who had an art gallery at the Clock House, Mallow in the 1990s and early 2000s. The paintings have been generously loaned by a number of private collectors.
The artists selected have works in many of the major art museums i.e. National Gallery of Ireland, Crawford Museum, Louvre Museum in Paris etc. Some of the
paintings are from the 19 th century but most are from the 20th and 21st centuries.
The exhibition will run from 20th of July to Saturday 30th July. It is hoped to raise funds for the Cork Simon Community by having a raffle and also through
voluntary contributions during the exhibition.
20:00 – Eleanor McEvoy in Concert – Hibernian Hotel
Whereas she will always be remembered for “A Woman’s Heart”, Eleanor is a performer known throughout the world with 16 albums to her credit as well as contributions to many compilation albums, and TV and film soundtracks. Her current album “Gimme Some Wine” features the hit singles “Scarlet Angels” and “South Anne Street”. Tickets €25 from eventbrite.ie or at the door on the night.