Saint George's Arts and Heritage Centre Events

Saint George’s Arts and Heritage Centre is located in the former Church of Ireland parish church in Mitchelstown and it was deconsecrated in August 2017.

The centre is a focal point for historical, genealogical, cultural and heritage events and it is also a unique venue for theatrical, dramatic and musical activities including Irish song music and dance.

Mitchelstown Tractor and Vintage Car Run

Event date: Sunday, May 14th 2023

Event Description:

Tractor and Vintage car Run in aid of Saint George's Arts and Heritage Centre.

Meeting at the Old Mart Yard, George Street at 10am, the run through Mitchelstown, Ballyporeen and Kilbehenny starts at 11am, returning to Saint George's for refreshments, a raffle and prizes for various tractors and vintage cars.

Entry fee €20, all funds raised go towards the restoration works and running costs of the Saint George's Arts and Heritage Centre.

One Enchanted Evening with Lismore Choir & Guests

Event date: 20th May 2023 at 8pm

Event Description:

This night will feature light classics and pop favourites, showcasing the varied and energetic repertoire of the performers. Joining the Lismore Choir on the night will be guests - Sarah O’Mahony, soprano and Frank Ryan, tenor all under the musical direction of John Casey.

The concert includes refreshments, patrons are reminded they can also bring their own beverages to further enjoy the occasion.

Tickets: €20 per person

Bookings: or by calling 087 811 3611

Makem & Clancy

Event Date: 17th May at 8pm

Rory and Donal – the sons of, respectively, Tommy Makem and Liam Clancy – are justifiably proud of their families’ storied place in Irish music. Both have seized the opportunity to perform extensively with their famous fathers over the years, all over the world.

They’ve also forged their own musical paths. Dónal Clancy, an acclaimed guitarist, singer and performer, has toured both solo and with The Chieftans, Solas and Danu. Rory Makem is a seasoned performer with over 25 years on the road and he has toured extensively with The Makem and Spain Brothers.

Throughout their individual pursuits the latter-day Makem and Clancy have always sung the praises – literally – of their forebears. They finally joined forces as a duo in 2016 to carry on the legacies of The Clancy Brothers and the original Makem and Clancy, belting out classics like “Brennan on the Moor,” “Whistling Gypsy Rover,” and “Wild Mountain Thyme” while sharing plenty of stories and reminiscences with appreciative, enthusiastic audiences.

Tickets: €20 per person

Bookings: or by calling087 811 3611