Cuisle Croke Park


"It's a brilliant idea to have a tourist attraction around Hurling. The game is a national treasure and a truly distinctive part of our Irishness.  Croke Park is a wonderful imposing venue for the show and the standard of food and hospitality was excellent".

Cuisle Croke Park is an entertainment spectacle capturing the pulse, passion and soul of Gaelic games and the GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) through story, music and dance. Your taste buds will be tantalised by the very best of Irish produce and you will be taken on a journey with unique Irish musical talent and tales of great events.

When you enter Croke Park, you are not stepping into a story that lies dusty on a shelf waiting to be read. You are entering the action of a living story; an electric arena that breaths fire and passion, powerfully staging the drama of dreams where ordinary men and women strive to be champions for club and county. Revered by their congregation, they battle to lift the chalice of victory, the holy grail of the GAA in this, the great Cathedral of Sport.   

Cuisle {Cush-la} pulse, vein, lifeblood,lifeline, beat

Running Order for the Night


Choir of Counties – The youthful voice of Gaelic games





Harpist & Hurlers Dream Narrative

Magical Music – Will You Go Lassie Go

Capella Hurl Dance – Rhythmic intrigue with virtuoso combinations of hurl and hardshoe

Táin Bó Cuailgne (The Cattle-Raid of Cooley) – Vocal, visual and instrumental interpretation of the Táin story which links the legend of the warrior Cú Chulainn to

the warrior spirit behind the game of hurling

Rhythm & Hurl – The game of hurling meets the art of dancing

Bodhrán Segment – Rhythmic solo’s and clever combinations in this call to the hurling match dance

Match sequence – Dramatic combination of hurling moves with traditional and contemporary Irish dance

Acceptance & Glory – Special hurling moments relived

The West’s Awake – Choral rendition

The Hurling Dance Anthem with the Choir of Counties

Narrators Dream comes to an end

Seannós Árd Uí Chuain (Quiet Land of Erin)

Críochcheol (finale) – The story and session come to an explosive end, but the games lives on… 

For more information on the event check out the Cuisle Croke Park Brochure.

For event pictures check out the Cuisle Croke Park Photo Gallery.

Cuisle Croke Park is available for group bookings.

For enquiries contact 01 819 2301 /