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An event at Ballymaloe
19Nov

Downton Abbey Supper Club

It was like stepping back in time… But in a good way!... The hand printed wallpapers illuminated by candlelit... The silverware overflowing with perfectly ripe fruit… The ladies donned their finest pearls and the gents their bow ties…. And the food was simply delicious.

The first ever Ballymaloe House Supper Club took place on Tuesday night. It was soiree like no other. The Downton Abbey theme gave guests the opportunity to dress like lords and ladies while the kitchen produces a menu that captured the best of post Edwardian life.

18Nov

Ballymaloe Craft & Design Festival 2014 is a great success!

The 4th annual Craft & Design festival took place in the grounds of Ballymloe Country House over the weekend. There were over 100 stalls on show where you could browse stalls ranging from ceramics to candle makers to basket weavers with a lot of tasty treats in between! We would like to extend our sincere thanks to everyone who attended, volunteered and exhibited, you all contributed to make the weekend such a great success!
06Nov

A Christmas Cracker

Don your Santa hats, warm up your vocal cords, and join tenor Frank Ryan, soprano Linda Kenny and the Bel Canto choir in a festive evening of classic Christmas songs. Maestro Kevin Hough will spice up the festivities and get the audience in a sing-a-long mood. For Tickets: 0214651555 Email: thegrainstore@ballymaloe.com
23Oct

Gay Byrne: Live On Stage

After a sell-out show in March, the legendary broadcaster returns to share extraordinary moments from his fifty-year career. In This two-hour master class in comedic storytelling, Gaybo divulges "the greatest show biz stories never told". Gay is doing only two Cork shows - the other in Inchydoney, West Cork - so we are delighted and honoured to have him back in Ballymaloe Grainstore. “exhilarating...superb...ingenious...a thoroughly enjoyable" - Irish Times Tickets: €23
23Oct

Frankenstein - Screening

This Halloween night at the Grainstore we are screening the sensational production of "Frankenstein" by the National Theatre of London It's both trick and treat at Ballymaloe Grainstore on Halloween Night, Thursday 31 October. The technological trick is presenting FRANKENSTEIN, which was recorded live on the stage of the National Theatre of London. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, who jointly won the 2012 Olivier Award for Best Actor, the 'monster hit' will be shown on a cinema size screen in the Grainstore at 8pm. Tickets are €10.
23Oct

The Three Tenors

‘’fabulous, high-calibre, contemporary style - the entire audience was moved by their soulful performance’’ - Sunday Independent Ballymaloe Grainstore proudly presents The Three Tenors, Ireland's hottest tenor trio, on Saturday 2 November at 8pm. Declan Kelly, Ray O’Hare and Dominic McGorian promise a thrilling concert packed with beautiful and uplifting favourites from Sinatra, Leonard Cohen, The Dubliners, Pavarotti, The Beatles and more.
23Oct

Luka Bloom

“Luka Bloom's comfort in his own skin bears testament to a road well travelled...Magnificent.” –The Irish Times Ballymaloe Grainstore is delighted to welcome back the master troubadour, Luka Bloom, on Saturday 9 November. Luka has enjoyed more than twenty years of world-wide success, powered by his electro-acoustic guitar playing and impassioned live performances of his original, poetic and melodic songs.
23Oct

Colm O'Regan's Ireland's Got Mammies

“Well, when I saw he was doing a show I got a land. And him with a degree and everything.” - Colm's Mam Celebrate Mother's Day by bringing your own mam to Colm O'Regan's hit stand-up comedy show, Ireland's Got Mammies, in which he brings the world of the Irish Mammy to life in a unique and dotey (and clean!) way.
13Aug

Maria Doyle Kennedy & Heathers

Two of Ireland’s most exceptional female acts unite for a unique and intimate performance. A twist of old and a hint of new, their show is part of one of the most exciting musical tours this year in Ireland.
13Aug

Ballymaloe Garden Festival

August 31st & September 1st 2013 Building on the hugely successful Lit Fest, Ballymaloe announces the first ever festival dedicated to all things horticultural. English and Irish gardening experts will gather in Shanagarry to speak on topics ranging from rare plants to garden design. The Big Shed will once again be abloom with abundant trade stands, food and fringe events. More information available at http://www.thegrainstoreatballymaloe.com/portfolio/ballymaloe-garden-festival-august-31st-september-1st-2013

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