“Nobody went wrong by betting on the people of Cork to achieve the impossible”.
Great to hear Apple CEO @tim_cook speak so fondly of Apple’s 40 years in Cork during his keynote address at the #LookingToTheFuture event in the National Concert Hall this morning. pic.twitter.com/Wqp1yWUR4g
Fashion designer, Roland Mouret, and Irish-based visual Irish artist, Dragana Jurisic, at the launch of their immersive installation for the first annual RHA X a “ground-breaking international art experience, which will evolve year on year.” at a an event benefiting the Royal Hibernian Academy, a registered charity for The Arts in Ireland.
Composer Philip Glass and his Ensemble, which marks its 50th anniversary this year, performing one of his landmark pieces Music in 12 Parts on stage at the National Concert Hall as they took up a special residency as part of the NCH Perspective Series, where yesterday Glass was set to perform his iconic work KOYAANISQATSI (any excuse) but was unable due to an illness.
Duncan James from boyband Blue and ambassador for innocent drink’s new ‘Bolt From The Blue’ beverage unveils a blue (greenish to the eye it must be said) statue of himself at the Irish launch of the new blueberry-based juice.
Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe with visiting UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid – the third time the Ministers have met in the eight weeks since the Chancellor took up his position.
Brexit-bashing former UK Attorney General Dominic Grieve ahead of a speaking engagement at the Institute of International and European Affairs chaired by Ruairi Quinn (top left in light tan ‘jazz creepers’).
Second referendum-supporting UK Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn, above with General Secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions Patricia King, in town to hear a briefing on how a hard Brexit will hurt workers in Ireland North and South.