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Sunday, December 27, 2020 / 8:30 pm

Tickets: €5 suggested donation - online show

A LIVE RECORDED ONLINE SHOW

A very special full band show from Stephanie Rainey filmed live in the Kino

Premiering on YouTube & Facebook at 20:30 on Sunday 27th December

Free to view / Donations welcomed – All donations go to the artists & venue, directly supporting live music in Cork

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Tuesday, December 29, 2020 / 8:30 pm

Tickets: €5 suggested donation - online show

A LIVE RECORDED ONLINE SHOW

All killer, no filler – the hits and nothing but the hits from Cormac & Martin

Premiering on YouTube & Facebook at 20:30 on Tuesday 29th December

Free to view / Donations welcomed – All donations go to the artists & venue, directly supporting live music in Cork

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Thursday, December 31, 2020 / 9:00 pm

Tickets: €5 suggested donation - online show

“The Go Deep birthday party is our biggest night of the year. It stretches back three decades to late eighties Sir Henry’s and brings together a huge range of people – from the original Sweat veterans of 1988 through to the deep house diehards of the late 90s and on to the younger crowd that have picked up on the music in recent years. Although we can’t come together in person for this year’s party we’re determined to celebrate the music and culture that continues to sustain us all.” – Greg Downling

So to close out 2020, join Greg and Shane for four hours of Cork classics, live-streamed from the Kino, on New Year’s Eve from 9pm – 1am only on MixCloud.

The stream will be free to watch but, if you’d like to support, you can chip in whatever you’d like – Donate here

Supporters will receive a link to an audio download of the party on January 2nd.

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Monday, January 18, 2021 / 8:30 pm

Tickets: €5 suggested donation

Next in our Kaught At The Kino series we take a look at some of the up and coming acts in the Irish hip hop scene with Cork’s own authority on the subject – Stevie G

Stevie G presents.. Alex Gough & more – Kaught At The Kino – Monday 18th January – Premiering on Facebook & YouTube at 20:30

Stevie chats to Alex Gough about his upcoming releases and creating during a pandemic with a full live performance from Alex and his band.

We’ve got videos from Dublin’s Gemma Dunleavy as well as God Knows featuring Bony & MuRli.

Yesunia & Low G perform live for the first time ever and Stevie has a chat with them.

We also take a look at some of the work Stevie does with kids in Nano Nagle and The Kabin Studio. Big up!

Free to view / Donations welcome

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All donations go to the artists & venue, directly supporting live music in Cork.

Thursday, January 14, 2021 / 8:00 pm

Tickets: €12 + booking fee based on a table of 2 - 5 people

The CoCo Club are delighted to have the Queen of Cork herself, Laura O’Mahony as host for our October 8th CoCo Comedy Show. She is wonderfully zany and hilarious. It’s an incredible line up with some of Irelands best and up and coming comedians on the bill.

Donal McSweeney, Georgia O’Gorman & Cornelius P. O’Sullivan

Closing our show is the extremely popular Sinead Quinlan!

Thursday, January 21, 2021 / 7:30 pm

Tickets: €20 + booking fee based on a table of 2 - 5 people

Early Doors 19:30  // Late Doors 21:50

The CoCo Club are delighted to present one of Irelands funniest comedians Joanne McNally!

“A truly gifted stand-up” Sunday Times

“Most exciting thing to happen in Irish comedy in years” Irish Times

Thursday, January 28, 2021 / 8:30 pm

Tickets: €18 + booking fee based on a table of 2 - 5 people

Thursday the 5th of November the CoCo Club presents Mike Morgan live at the Kino. Mike is an award winning act who is one of Ireland’s fastest growing comedians. Fast paced high energy and downright hilarious Mike Morgan is a new breed of comic. Winner of the prestigious Show me the funny 2020 get you tickets fast before they are snapped up! 

Hosted by Cornelius P O’Sullivan, naturally.

Thursday, February 25, 2021 / 7:30 pm

Tickets: €30 + booking fee based on a table of 2 - 5 people

EARLY DOORS: 19:30 // LATE DOORS 21:50

Paul Noonan is a Dublin based songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known as the frontman of the Irish group Bell X1 and as a solo artist and collaborator on various musical projects including Printer Clips, Starboard Home, and Imagining Ireland 21st Century Song.

Friday, February 26, 2021 / 7:30 pm

Tickets: €30 + booking fee based on a table of 2 - 5 people

EARLY DOORS: 19:30 // LATE DOORS: 21:50

Paul Noonan is a Dublin based songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known as the frontman of the Irish group Bell X1 and as a solo artist and collaborator on various musical projects including Printer Clips, Starboard Home, and Imagining Ireland 21st Century Song.

Saturday, February 27, 2021 / 7:30 pm

Tickets: €15 + booking fee based on a table of 2 - 5 people

EARLY DOORS: 19:30 // LATE DOORS: 21:50

Brand new mixtape FOREVER CLASSIC is out on the 2nd October and you can pre-order/pre/save now at this link – https://awal.ffm.to/forever-classic

Sonically, there’s dizzying variety within Gough’s productions. Graduating from the sample-heavy sound of 2018’s acclaimed ‘Infomercial Tape’, ‘80%’ features both brilliantly old school beats on ‘Breakfast’ and jazz-influenced understatement in the shape of ‘Dear SJ’. On recent B-side ‘Be Kind’ he delves even further into the woozier side of the latter, as inspired by contemporary names like Yussef Dayes, Kamal Williams, and Alfa Mist, as he is undisputed giants of the form, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and Chet Baker. Vocally, there’s an engaging authenticity to his easy flow, adding additional weight to his quick-witted bars.

According to Gough, future material is set to be even more diverse. Forthcoming mixtape Forever Classic is billed as 90s-inspired but with a range that reportedly extends from bossa nova to the breakbeat and Beastie Boys-influence of lead single ‘Heart Attack’. It’s this combination of creative restlessness and undeniable talent that makes Gough an exciting proposition, even if he’s far too modest himself to admit it.

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