Open till 2am
7 nights a week



Date: Thu 06th
Time: 7:30pm
€13.50 €13.50
Crane Lane Theatre Phoenix Street, Cork City, Cork, Ireland +353 (0)21 427 8487

The Legendary Garage Gigs are coming back to The Crane Lane Theatre in Cork!

Doors open at 8pm / €10 on line or €13.50 on the door. online tickets are 25% cheaper than door tickets – this is to encourage sales through the artists own ticket link (see below) from which the artists are paid. Support your local band, make music great again!


Collides -

WARNING: Collides have highly addictive riffs, heavy beats and sexy falsetto voices. A little taste could lead to an addiction of air guitar, head banging, heavy metal, tattoos and falsetto screaming. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!

Collides are a four piece Alt-Rock/Garage/Post-Grunge band from Waterford who have been going strength to strength to give rockers and metalheads alike music to go apeshit too. Collides debut EP ‘Fools Feel Fine’ is now out on all platforms.

‘Fools Feel Fine’ is a concentrated slap of what Collides can do. The rawness blended with sweet melodic flurries, on top of a nice dash of swagger make for a satisfying listen and marks these guys as ones to keep an eye on.” – Indie Buddie 2/9/18

The Dirty Casuals-

Dirty Casuals are a Groove/Doom metal 4 piece hailing for Cork City emerging in late 2015 by meeting via DoneDeal , through years of extensive gigging the trio of Sammy, Jim and Rory have established themselves as staples of the Cork metal scene and have certainly made memorable impressions far beyond the Cork border.

In 2018 the lads met aspiring guitarist and Beamish lover David Dunlea who would join their ranks shortly before they would hit the studio to record their debut EP “Light and Dark Matter” which was released July 29th to all streaming platforms. Now the band is sowing the seeds for many many appearances at events all over Ireland where they will not only tickle your funny bone but leave you unable to rest your neck comfortably.

The Flavours -

The Flavours are a five piece indie band based in Cork City, run alongside their sister covers band, Room 18. After a year long break the band are back writing and recording original music with the view to releasing an EP in later 2018.Were excited to have them back to perform with us.

Gerald Ahern

Gerald Ahern is an 18-year-old singer/songwriter from Cork City. He has been developing his skill in his art since the age of 10 when he began his musicianship. At this early age Gerald joined country music group The Wee Amigos who toured England, Ireland & Scotland for over 4 years. They gained nationwide stardom hitting over 4 million views on their Youtube video’s and winning such awards as
• Hot Country Horizon Award 2012,
• Tipp FM Country Act Of The Year 2012,
• INEC Killarney Best Country Act 2012
• West Limerick 102FM Irelands Youngest Entertainers 2012.
He is most recognised from his appearance on The Late Late Show. Gerald was the most energetic character in the band and soon began acting for a small period featuring in the horror/comedy movie starring Ross Noble Stitches. The movie went on to feature on Netflix.
After this Gerald swayed away from the country music scene and went on to join a pop boyband in Scotland. The band worked with such musicians as Jess Glynn & Little Mix and wrote with artists such as Bobby from The Bluebells. After touring with artists such as The Brooks, Bailey McConnell and their appearance in the 2016 Xfactor Gerald returned home.
Gerald started working on his own material and after a short period signed a management deal with his current manager Dave from Live Events. They worked together to create Gerald’s debut single Holiday which gained nationwide airplay and popularity in 5 different countries with over 98 hours stream time.
Shortly after this release while on tour in Scotland Gerald received the news that his mother had been diagnosed with cancer. This led to Gerald writing his next single Stay Strong which was made with a vision of raising much needed funds for local Cork cancer charities. The single raised over €3,000 and the music video gained over 66,000 views online