Everyman Palace Theatre

Everyman Palace Theatre

Postby lawyer » Wed Mar 18, 2009 9:13 pm

I recently went on a 'back stage' tour of this lovely old building, dating back to 1897.
(Tours take place each Friday at 2.30p.m. for the price of €5.00)
An excellent guide showed me around, explaining the history, architecture and facilities (old and new).
I saw the original box office dating back to 1897, still complete with gas lamp and of course like all old buildings, I learned about the ghosts.
A most enjoyable and informative way of spending an hour in such a beautiful building.
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Re: Everyman Palace Theatre

Postby Pug » Mon Mar 23, 2009 3:45 pm

lawyer wrote:I recently went on a 'back stage' tour of this lovely old building, dating back to 1897.
(Tours take place each Friday at 2.30p.m. for the price of €5.00)
An excellent guide showed me around, explaining the history, architecture and facilities (old and new).
I saw the original box office dating back to 1897, still complete with gas lamp and of course like all old buildings, I learned about the ghosts.
A most enjoyable and informative way of spending an hour in such a beautiful building.


cool, i hope the cork city council or tourist board have it included in a list of places to visit or as a stop on a city tour bus (and the price included in that tour bus ticket)
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