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Cork Lifelong Learning Festival 
during 3rd UNESCO International 
Conference on Learning Cities 
Wednesday 20 September 
12 noon–7pm
Cork Lifelong Learning Festival
during 3rd UNESCO International
Conference on Learning Cities

Wednesday 20 September
12 noon–7pm


Free Guided Tour 2–3pm
(Re)discover your city; a guided tour of the exhibition Under the Goldie Fish, this quiet gemdraws together treasures from the our national collection; views of Cork city, past and present, which are all be found under the gaze of Shandon’s famous golden fish.

‘Unfortunate souls’ living beyond Ireland’s second city may be unfamiliar with the 1990’s critically acclaimed Irish radio drama Under the Goldie Fish, A gloriously irreverent series that chronicalled the fictional lives of fantastical characters amid the winding steps and steeples of Cork City.
This exhibition takes its title from Cork- born playwright and novelist, Conal Creedon’s cult radio programme.
 
Under the Goldie Fish, is accompanied by a specially designed map, highlighting areas of interest, for those who are keen to discover more!

Click here to download a brochure about the festival.

 

Parking
Parking is available at Paul St. Car Park which is around the corner, or at Carroll's Quay Car Park which is a 5 minute walk across the Christy Ring bridge.

Bus
The Crawford Gallery is a 10 minute walk from Parnell Place Bus Station.

Rail
The Gallery is a 15 minute walk from Cork's Kent Station.


Contact:
Anne 021 4907857
anneboddaert@crawfordartgallery.ie
Emma 021 4907862
emmaklemencic@crawfordartgallery.ie



 

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