- This beautifully-restored Victorian theatre is one of Cork's finest, the large stage being complemented by a spacious and ornate auditorium. The theatre showcases both Irish and international talent. Recent visitors include Macnas with a fascinating, dreamlike interpretation of the life of Van Gogh, Diamonds in the Soil, and Arthur Miller's twentieth century classic, Death of a Salesman, produced by Corinthians. The Everyman Palace is also very busy during the annual Jazz Festival; the legendary Elvin Jones and Courtney Pine are just two of the many talented artists that have entertained here in the recent past. There's also an in-house bar; you can enjoy quaffing the obligatory pint while the buzzer rings signalling the start of the second act.
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