Pizzeria Tues-Fri: 5PM - 9PM & Sat-Sun: 1PM-9PM. Call 083-839-2164. Daily Menus on our Instagram
Loading Events

Past Events

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

August 2021

€25
22August
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

David Kitt with support Caoilian Sherlock – Live at Connolly’s of Leap

We are delighted to announce: David Kitt with support Caoilian Sherlock live at Connolly’s of Leap Sunday 22nd Aug, 2021. Tickets €25 Doors 6:30pm. As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch. Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food. If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294 ================================ 2021 has already been a busy year for David Kitt with an album release as Sansbut with free jazz saxophonist Catherine Sikora and producing and composing music for Cornaleena, a film featuring writer Kevin Barry, composer Jennifer Walshe and legendary Canadian singer-songwriter Mary Margaret O’Hara amongst many other esteemed artists. Around March/April 2020 having just arrived in Paris during peak Covid uncertainty and with gigs cancelled for the foreseeable future he decided it might be a good moment to mark 20 years since the release of his debut album, by revisiting 20 songs from his extensive back catalogue, spanning a career that includes 8 full-length record releases. Choosing…

€29
28August
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

Saint Sister with support Loah – Daytime All Ages Show- Live at Connolly’s of Leap

We are delighted to announce: Saint Sister with support Loah live at Connolly’s of Leap on Saturday 28th Aug, 2021. This is a daytime all ages show. Tickets €29 Doors 1:30pm. As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch. Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food. If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294 ========================== Where I Should End released June 25th, 2021 Self-produced and self-released, every inch of Saint Sister’s sophomore record, Where I Should End, belongs to them. Written on and off the tour cycle of their 2018 debut LP Shape of Silence, the album seeks to find meaning in a world that doesn’t stand still. And although the stories behind the songs stem from the unravelling and rebuilding of relationships while on the road, Where I Should End finds harpist/arranger Gemma Doherty and vocalist/songwriter Morgana MacIntyre in a place of great certainty, and performing at their peak. The duo, feeling boxed-in by the…

€29
28August
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

Saint Sister with support Loah – Evening Show- Live at Connolly’s of Leap

We are delighted to announce: Saint Sister with support Loah live at Connolly’s of Leap on Saturday 28th Aug, 2021. Tickets €29 Doors 6:30pm. As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch. Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food. If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294 ========================== Where I Should End released June 25th, 2021 Self-produced and self-released, every inch of Saint Sister’s sophomore record, Where I Should End, belongs to them. Written on and off the tour cycle of their 2018 debut LP Shape of Silence, the album seeks to find meaning in a world that doesn’t stand still. And although the stories behind the songs stem from the unravelling and rebuilding of relationships while on the road, Where I Should End finds harpist/arranger Gemma Doherty and vocalist/songwriter Morgana MacIntyre in a place of great certainty, and performing at their peak. The duo, feeling boxed-in by the descriptor “atmosfolk” (a term coined for Saint…

€37.50
29August
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

Lisa Hannigan – Daytime All Ages Show- Live at Connolly’s of Leap

We are delighted to announce: Lisa Hannigan live at Connolly’s of Leap on Sunday 29th Aug, 2021. This is a daytime all ages show. Tickets €37.50 Doors 1:30pm. As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch. Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food. If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294 =========================== Lisa Hannigan’s last record was Live in Dublin made with experimental orchestral collective s t a r g a z e in Dublin’s National Concert Hall, and was released in May 2019. This live record followed Hannigan’s critically acclaimed third full-length studio album, At Swim produced byAaron Dessner. Across it’s fourteen tracks –Live In Dublin includes songs from Lisa’s first three albums, with the likes of Ora, Lille, Fall, Little Bird, A Sail and Undertow. Hannigan’s delicate vocals and soft-plucked guitars and mandolin are delivered against a hypnotic backdrop of sublime waltzing keys, affective string sections and minimalist percussion. As well as featuring tracks…

€37.50
29August
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

Lisa Hannigan – Evening Show- Live at Connolly’s of Leap

We are delighted to announce: Lisa Hannigan live at Connolly’s of Leap on Sunday 29th Aug, 2021. Tickets €37.50 Doors 6:30pm. As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch. Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food. If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294 =========================== Lisa Hannigan’s last record was Live in Dublin made with experimental orchestral collective s t a r g a z e in Dublin’s National Concert Hall, and was released in May 2019. This live record followed Hannigan’s critically acclaimed third full-length studio album, At Swim produced byAaron Dessner. Across it’s fourteen tracks –Live In Dublin includes songs from Lisa’s first three albums, with the likes of Ora, Lille, Fall, Little Bird, A Sail and Undertow. Hannigan’s delicate vocals and soft-plucked guitars and mandolin are delivered against a hypnotic backdrop of sublime waltzing keys, affective string sections and minimalist percussion. As well as featuring tracks in TV series’ Fargo and Legion, Lisa…

September 2021

€15
02September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

The making of the “Where is George Gibney” podcast live. With Mark Horgan and Sinéad O’Carroll

We are delighted to announce: The making of the “Where is George Gibney” podcast live at Connolly’s of Leap. With Mark Horgan and Sinéad O’Carroll Thursday 2nd Sep, 2021. Tickets €15 + Booking Fee Doors 6:30pm. As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch. Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food. If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294   ============================ Where Is George Gibney? is a ten-part investigative series centred on the survivors of sexual abuse by George Gibney, Irish Olympic swimming coach in the eighties and nineties. The podcast became one of the most impactful pieces of journalism of the past year; many new survivors came forward to tell their story, a fresh Garda investigation into the case was launched, and the podcast was downloaded over 2 million times in 160 countries worldwide. The series has since achieved global critical acclaim winning a Banff World Media Award in Canada, a Webby Award in the…

€20
03September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

The Altered Hours – Live at Connolly’s of Leap

We are delighted to announce: The Altered Hours live at Connolly’s of Leap on Friday Sep 03, 2021. Tickets €20 + Booking Fee Doors 6:30pm. As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch. Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food. If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294 ========================= The Altered Hours are a band based in Cork, Ireland. Their music explores vast psychedelic spaces, immediate post-punk tones, repetitive rhythms and propelling structures. Having released music with Anton Newcombe’s Label ‘A’ Recordings & Irish indie labels Art For Blind Records & Penske Recordings, the band have toured extensively across Europe. Their discography to date has shown an ever evolving style, sometimes unpredictable yet always exciting. Live, they have become known for their intense & exhilarating performances.

€20
04September
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

Fish Go Deep – Live at Connolly’s of Leap

We are delighted to announce: Fish Go Deep live at Connolly’s of Leap on Saturday 4th Sep, 2021. Tickets €20 + Booking Fee Doors 6:30pm. As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch. Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food. If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294 ======================== Greg Dowling and Shane Johnson return to the Go Deep label for their third album, ‘This Bit of Earth’. Beginning work in the relative normality of 2019 and finishing over the strange summer of 2020, the resulting music mirrors the thoughts that such upheaval brings out – our world and our place in it – while also functioning as a kind of travelogue of journeys past and planned, real and imaginary. Mixing samples with modular synths, programmed drums with jazz loops, and quirky plugins with outboard gear, the album ranges far and wide while retaining a warm, natural sound.

+ Export Events