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An event at Ballymaloe
26Nov

A Christmas Concert

A Christmas Concert with Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin & Sons They have twice delighted Grainstore audiences, so we've invited them back for a third night of Christmas music, song, story and humour. The iconic composer and musician is again joined by his NY-based sons, Owen and Moley whose unique style incorporates rap and beat box.
26Nov

A White Christmas with Trish Rooney and Friends

Special guests Brendan McCahey (Voice of Ireland winner 2014) and Velvin Lamont (Voice of Ireland finalist 2013) Whether this Christmas is white or green, a festive night of seasonal songs, country, jazz and popular classics is in store. Cork chanteuse Trish Rooney has put together a big show of sensational singers and musicians, including Brendan McCahey, winner of the Voice of Ireland 2014, and Velvin Lamont, a 2013 Voice of Ireland finalist.
11Sep

Tour of our wine cellar

Our award winning Sommeliers Sacha and Samuel would be delighted to give a tour of our wine cellar. See wines purchased by Mr Allen 50 years ago as Samuel and Sacha will share their passion and experience of wine with you. Ask at reception to organise your personal tour during your stay at Ballymaloe House.
14Aug

Equinox with Majorie Barnes

The Grainstore is delighted to be part of the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival for the first time and to present an exclusive performance by Equinox, a jazz quintet based in the Netherlands, featuring veteran American vocalist Marjorie Barnes. Born and raised in New York City, Marjorie Barnes has done it all from jazz to soul, R&B, Broadway and back. In a long and varied career, she has sung with legends such as Frank Sinatra, Lena Horne, Mel Lewis and many others.
14Aug

Skylight - Screening

Bill Nighy, Carey Mulligan and Matthew Beard appear in the West End production of David Hare’s Skylight, directed by Stephen Daldry, which was recorded live in London's Wyndham’s Theatre in July of this year. We present it on a screen in The Grainstore.
14Aug

Foster and Allen

Following on from the success of their No. 1 TV Show on TG4, Foster and Allen embark on an Irish Summer Tour which concludes in Ballymaloe Grainstore on Sunday 14 September. Mick Foster and Tony Allen continue to scale new heights after almost four decades in the music business. Their new 13-week series, The Foster and Allen Show, is currently airing on TG4 on Sunday nights.
14Aug

Jimmy MacCarthy

One of Ireland's foremost songwriters, Jimmy MacCarthy, brings his ‘Prophecy/Conspiracy?' tour to the Grainstore on Sunday 24 August. The Macroom native has written classics of the Irish folk and contemporary repertoire including No Frontiers, Missing You, Ride On ,Katie, The Bright Blue Rose, The Contender, Mystic Lipstick, Song of the Singing Horseman, and many more. Jimmy has worked with major Irish artists such as Christy Moore, Mary Black, Mary Coughlin and Maura O’Connell and has released four albums of his own.
07Jun

Screening of Driving Miss Daisy the play

Starring Angela Lansbury and James Earle Jones Followed by a Q&A with Miss Lansbury PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS NOT A LIVE EVENT. BOTH THE PLAY AND Q&A WERE PRE-RECORDED AND WILL BE SHOWN ON A SCREEN IN THE GRAINSTORE. MISS LANSBURY WILL NOT BE PRESENT ON THE NIGHT Ballymaloe Grainstore is delighted to announce a special event screening of Driving Miss Daisy: The Play, starring Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones, followed by a question and answer session with Miss Lansbury.
02Jun

Brian Deady

Brian Deady rocked The Big Shed at the Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival Food and Wine. Now he returns for a night of danceable summery soul and doo wop music in the Grainstore. "Deady is becoming our No. 1 favourite act in Ireland " - Nile Rodgers "Deep raw soul that never goes out of fashion" - The Irish Times “Album pick of the Month” – KCRW, Los Angeles
01Jun

Brendan Grace

Amazing Grace is a phrase often applied to Brendan Grace and is very true indeed. The genial and much loved family comedian is celebrating 42 years in comedy and is now more popular than at any time in his career to date. And what an illustrious career it has been! Forty years ago when the 20-year-old Dubliner set off on his solo career, he could never have envisaged the life that lay ahead. Just two years later, he recordeed a Geordie song called Cushy Butterfield which sailed to Number 1 in the Irish charts, and the rest is history.

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