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The 13,000sq m event centre on the site of former Beamish & Crawford brewery on South Main Street now has full planning permission.

The long-awaited €80 million Cork Event Centre will become a reality as developer BAM and operator Live Nation remain committed to the project five ye(...)

Fionan Ryan in London where the music industry has had to change utterly

Fionan Ryan is originally from Garrykennedy, Co Tipperary, but now lives in Finsbury Park, London. He is a digital marketing manager for London-based (...)

Electric Picnic reflections: Festival organisers and workers exude positivity. Practical people, their work involves coming together to make things happen. Photograph: Niall Carson /PA

One of the first festivals of the season, It Takes a Village, should have been filling the Trabolgan Holiday Village this weekend. Revellers woul(...)

MCD’s ticket sales were boosted here last year by sell out shows such as  Metallica at Slane (above). Photograph: Arthur Carron

The costs of insuring concerts in the Republic has been highlighted by promoter Denis Desmond, who said the insurance costs for an arena gig in Republ(...)

Music festival Longitude is run by MCD.

Concert promoter MCD has said that dealing with regulatory investigations into the sale of half the company to a joint venture with Live Nation cost €(...)

The CCPC dealt with a series of media mergers during the year including the acquisition of INM by Mediahuis. Photograph: iStock

Fewer mergers and acquisitions were assessed by the State’s consumer watchdog last year after the financial thresholds required of deals were increas(...)

The development of the former Beamish and Crawford brewery has been beset by funding problems and delays since planning permission was first granted in 2011. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

The development of a controversial new event centre in Cork is facing further delay after an appeal has been lodged against a revised version of the €(...)

A scene from Wicked at the Bord Gáis theatre in Dublin. The production has been one of many popular performance in the venue.

Big productions of Wicked, Matilda, Les Misérables and Swan Lake helped the company that owns the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin’s south Docklands(...)

The 2018 figures include a contribution from Electric Picnic, held at Stradbally, Co Laois. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Denis Desmond’s Gaiety Investments shared in a dividend payout of £10.29 million (€11.59 million) from its UK-based joint venture with concert giant L(...)

Former taoiseach Enda Kenny: he turned the sod of the 6,000-seat event centre in February 2016 in the run-up to that month’s general election

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has reiterated the Government’s commitment to Cork’s stalled €73 million event centre However, speaking in the city he failed (...)

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