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EPoSS Gala Dinner & EPoSS Social Event

Aula Maxima at UCCEPoSS Gala Dinner following the EPoSS General Assembly 2013

Wednesday 25th September 2013

Aula Maxima,
University College Cork

What to expect!

Delegates will be served a 4 Course Dinner from 8pm in the Aula Maxima at University College Cork. This will be an opportunity to network, make some new friends and discuss the MNBS and EPoSS event in a social setting.

Aula Maxima - Gala DinnerAfter dinner delegates will have the opportunity to participate in some Irish dancing.

Owenabue Valley Traditional Group will perform on the night.

This County Cork based group of traditional Irish musicians, singers, dancers & story tellers have been performing since 1995, in the southern part of Ireland.

The Owenabue Valley have been keeping the Irish Traditions alive with their Irish music tunes, Gaelic songs, stories of local Cork and Irish folklore, Irish ceili & set dancing. Through their interactive performances they are passing these traditions on to the next generation in Ireland and internationally.

The unique atomsphere that Owenabue Valley bring with them allows for all ages, creeds & nationality with very different dancing ability to take to the floor together to enjoy the ceol and the craic.


The Porter House - Social EventEPoSS Social Event
(for delegates staying until 27th September 2013)

Thursday 26th September 2013

“A Taste of Cork at The Porterhouse”

What to expect!

A cultural experience! Delegates that attend this social event will be treated to a craft beer tasting. Each tasting will be accompanied by a locally produced food that will complement the beer. After the tasting each delegate will have the opportunity to decide on which beer they preferred and will get a free pint of their choice!

The Porter HouseThe Porterhouse Cork officially launched in February 2013 bringing The Porterhouse Brewing Company to the rebel county.

Housed at The Mardyke Entertainment Complex, on Sheares Street, the bar is conveniently located in Cork's City Centre. The building itself which dates back to 1875 was originally the "Woodford Bourne", a wine and spirits warehouse.

Today the bar serves the full range of Porterhouse craft beers as well as a large selection of bottled beers from around the world.

The bar itself has a contemporary Irish feel and comprises both low and high seating that can cater for both small and large groups, with intimate seating in the front and a large open area at the back of the bar ideal for any function.

As well as the range of craft beers, cocktails and the famous Porterhouse food menu on offer, one of the other big attractions The Porterhouse Cork has to offer is that it has the only championship size Shuffleboard table in Ireland.

The Porterhouse Cork
Shears Street

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