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we opened …
then Cork county went to LEVEL 3
now we are closed again.
Stay safe & be responsible.
We will be back.
Online Shop coming soon….
With no official guidelines in place for reopening pubs in less than a week or indeed indoor live music events, we at DeBarras feel we will not be able to responsibly open on the 20th of July.
In the meantime we continue to monitor, fret & plan with blindfolds on & our hands tied behind our back.
When we do re-open, we will do so safely & confidently with excellence & attention to detail.
Please stay tuned to our social media pages for further updates on this.
You can also continue to support live music via our virtual DeBarras shows online.
here is our next virtual offering for your approval.
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Irish Central includes DeBarras in its list of Irelands TOP MUSIC VENUES!
Look at us up there with all the big boys including The Cork Opera House & the 3 Arena!
Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry talks all things cork, the folk music tradition & mentions the last time he visited DeBarras ahead of his show at this years ‘Sounds from a Safe Harbour’
FULL ARTICLE HERE!
Bobby chats to the LaoisToday.ie about his move to Portlaoise, West Cork, the start of DeBarras as we know it, Noel Redding, Festivals, Steam Engines, Boxing & a lot more……
CLICK HERE FOR THE ARTICLE
In 2013 DeBarras featured in the independent documentary ‘The Irish Pub’“ which received rave reviews and went on to show in cinemas and clubhouses throughout the world. This film is a beautiful and at times melancholic ode to the dwindling family run Irish pub and features ‘distinguished contributions from the gentle Brennan sisters of Bundoran, the chatty Eugene Kavanagh from The Gravediggers in Glasnevin, and Ray and Bobby Blackwell of De Barra’s in Clonakilty.’
REVIEWS: 7.4/10 – IMDb
The Picture is delightful throughout and makes for an implicit (but forceful) argument for the magnificence of the traditional Irish pub” -The Irish Times
“A joy from start to finish, The Irish Pub takes a place amongst a list of the best documentaries I have ever seen” – RTE Ten
“The Irish Pub, a lovingly laid-back documentary about the charms, liquid and otherwise, of the traditional Irish watering hole.” – The Washington Post
“If you love Ireland or if you love pubs, and I’m guessing that covers just about everyone, you’re going to want to see Alex Fegan’s disarmingly modest documentary “The Irish Pub.” – The Boston Herald
“The Irish Pub is a pictureesque yet realistic documentary about life in Ireland’s drinking establishments.”, “… might bring a tear to your eye.” – The Boston Globe
DeBarra’s are delighted to be named as one of the ‘Top Ten Surfing Pubs’ in Ireland in ‘Tonnta’ -the Irish surf magazine’s special 10th edition 2011!