Step back in time to the streets, events, and people who shaped history. Get under the skin of the city with a visit to St. Peter's Cork on North Main Street. For the duration of 2020, St. Peter's will host an exhibition entitled "Cork 1920 - The Burning of a City".
Cork City in 1920 was the stage on which some of the most shocking events of the War of Independence played out. Citizens endured months of curfews, military raids, repeated arson attacks, ransacked homes and looted businesses. Ordinary life was peppered with instances of murder, destruction and indiscriminate violence.
People could be shot simply for having their hands in their pockets. Lord Mayors could be assassinated or starved. A shocking end to an already tension-filled year, 1920 came to a head with the Burning of the City on the 11th December.
Uncovering thought-provoking stories, archival material, historic photographs and compelling witness statements, St. Peter's Cork shines a spotlight on the city's past with its 2020 exhibition: Cork 1920 – The Burning of a City.
Complementing this stunning exhibition, throughout 2020, St. Peter's Cork will also host a dedicated 1920-themed series of gatherings, talks and workshops. Runs until 31 December 2020.
Cloud 10 Coffee in St. Peter's Cork is a bright, cozy and welcoming space serving some of Cork's best locally roasted coffee as well as locally baked treats and sandwiches from Alchemy Coffee Cork, Pana Bread and the English Market. It's a little slice of heaven all in the city centre.
Relax in our Cloud 10 cafe, soak up culture from our local & national arts & historical exhibitions on display or chill out in our private side garden as you escape the hustle and bustle of the city. It's just heavenly