Alf Stewart is coming to Cork

Alf Stewart is coming to Cork

Well stone the flamin’ crows!

Home and Away legend Ray Meagher , who plays Alf Stewart in the Australian soap Home and Away, is coming to The Bishopstown Bar in Cork this March 28.

Ray has been playing the role of Alf since 1988 and currently holds a Guinness World Record as the longest-serving actor in an Australian series.

Home and Away hunks such as Steve Peacocke (who plays Brax) and Dan Ewing (who played Heath) have both made personal appearances all over Ireland in the last few years, but we’ve a feeling Alf will draw the biggest crowds.

IT'S ALF STEWART!

Alf Stewart is coming to Cork

Tickets to meet Alf (which include a meet and greet, photos, autographs and a Q&A) are €14 including booking fee, but Bishopstown Bar are giving away two VIP passes on their Facebook page.


All we need is Pipa and Sally and our Home and Away dream will be complete.

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