We would like to give a special mention to Linked Finance, who have been wonderful to work with and have fully supported us through-out the campaign. We would highly recommend them to any business that is looking to grow and raise finance.
Thank you to all that got involved with bidding, passing on the message, and showing support – we couldn’t do it without you all! We look forward to continuing our on-going mission of bringing you great tasting and healthy food!
We are hosting an informal information morning on Wednesday 8th July from 10am – 1pm.
Pop into Cornucopia, try one of our delicious new juices, have a coffee and ask us any questions you have – we will be more than happy to tell you what this is all about, and what it means for you, as an investor!
Come and meet the team!
Deirdre McCafferty – Proprietor of Cornucopia Restaurant
After several SOLD OUT and hugely successful events, Sober Sessions is back with a bang bringing you the wonderful sounds and harmonies of The Evertides.
The Evertides have been making waves in the Irish music scene with a fantastic debut year in 2014. They played sell-out shows at Whelans, Chancery Lane and The Abbey’s Peacock Theatre, with appearances at festivals such as Whelans Ones To Watch and supporting Wallis Bird and The Lost Brothers as part of their European tours. 2015 brings a host of shows including Doolin Folk Festival, Bodies That Never Tire (curated Yeats event for the International Literature Festival), Young Hearts, Sober Sessions and many more around Ireland.
A trio of classically trained multi-instrumentalists and close harmony singers, The Evertides are Alma Kelliher, Ruth McGill and Ruth Smith. With a haunting mix influenced by close vocal harmony and folk song, they reinvent classics, unearth hidden gems and bring their own original songs to life.
They are each professional music makers working everyday with the technical, compositional and performace aspects of music.
The Evertides is where they meet and the result is something special.
“Ruth McGill, Ruth Smith and Alma Kelliher are the real deal.”