Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati

3905 Eastern Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45226
513.533.0100
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Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati



The IHC was founded to promote the Irish Culture through the study of customs, dance, education, film, genealogy, history, language, lectures, literature, music, mythology, poetry, social interaction, song, sport, theater and the visual arts.

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Welcome!

Larry Tye: Bobby Kennedy, The Making of a Liberal Icon

April 2nd, 2017 - Sunday - 4pm

We are privileged to welcome author Larry Tye to The Irish Heritage Center to discuss his new book Bobby Kennedy: The Making of a Liberal Icon. Larry will talk about Bobby's 1968 campaign which was all about building bridges - between blacks, Hispanics and blue-collar whites, old and young, poor and rich - in contrast to this year's campaign of divisiveness. He will also examine Bobby's evolution over the course of his extraordinary career of public service. Call 513-533-0100. $10 & $12.

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First Thursday Music Night in the Irish Pub

April 6th, 2017 - Thursdays

The two beloved musical and singing groups; The Blue Rock Boys and Easter Rising have select members who joined together in developing a great entertaining sound called ‘Easter Rock’. Fun for all ages. Held monthly. Free Entry. 7:00pm.


The Drowsy Lads

April 8th, 2017 - Saturday

The Drowsy Lads in concert – Advance prices $18 members, $20 public, $23 day of concert. Lively traditional music that will surprise and delight. Check their own website for a sampling. Click here for further info. Call 513-533-0100 for tickets.


Theater - Outside Mullingar by John Patrick Shanley

April 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

($20 members and $23 public in advance) $25 day of show for all. A love story told with wit and wisdom, from the farms of the Irish midlands to your seat in the Irish Heritage Center Theater, "Outside Mullingar" is a lighter, slighter play, a softhearted comedy freckled with dark reflections on the unsatisfactory nature of life and the thorns of love. But the author's lyrical writing, and the production, directed by Karen O'Brien, give such consistent pleasure that even though we know the equations that define romantic comedys will add up to the familiar sums, we are happy to watch as they do. Tickets on Sale now. Call the Box Office at 513-533-0100.


Third Thursday Pub Night with Mick & Friends

April 20th, 2017 - Thursdays

Join Tenor Mick McEvilley and friends in the Irish Pub Room as they share Irish songs, poetry, stories, and friendships old and new. Feel free to get up to the open mic and share a ditty of your own! 7:00 pm.


Celtic Women International, Cincinnati Chapter

April 27th, 2017 - Thursdays

Held the 4th Thursday of every month.


Ciarán Sheehan in Concert

April 29th, 2017 - Saturday - 8pm

Ciarán Sheehan in concert (Broadway's Phantom) - The Irish Program - $30 members & $35 public - Concert Hall. Dublin born Ciarán Sheehan is an acclaimed actor, singer, voice healer whose performances have been said to warm the heart and touch the soul. There is an amazing quality to his voice and his ability to capture an audience is nothing short of remarkable. Tickets on Sale now. Call the Box Office at 513-533-0100.


NEW Second Thursday Night in the Irish Pub with the McMahons *The McMahon Clan* NEW

April 13th, 2017 - Thursdays

Join the McMahon Cousins and friends in the Irish Pub Room as they play & sing Irish songs and stories, and you develop / maintain friendships old and new. Upbeat, vibrant and youthful the McMahons will jump start your weekend! Don’t miss this initial gig!!


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Upcoming Events


4/2
Larry Tye

4/6
First Thursdays Pub Nights Music & Song with Blue Egg (AKA Rockin Easter)

4/8
The Drowsy Lads

4/13
NEW Second Thursday - The McMahon Clan

4/20
Third Thursdays Pub Night
With Mick & Friends

ALL Upcoming Events



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