Rory Gallagher Theatre

Overview

A dedicated perfoming arts venue in the heart of the MTU Bishopstown Campus.

106-seater tiered auditorium with proscenium-arch stage, and 4 allocated wheelchair user spaces.

Suitable for small to medium size theatrical productions, dance, live music, film screenings, presentations, and more.

It was named after Rory Gallagher, the legendary blues guitarist who had a long association with Cork City, who played an acoustic set in the Atrium MTU Bishopstown Campus, Cork (then RTC Cork) in 1993 as the headline act of the inaugural ArtsFest.