• Unrivalled reputation in production

  • Unrivalled reputation in event management

PEGASUS Consulting provides a one-stop shop for production and event management.

Trust us to tailor events of all sizes to suit your exact specifications, supplying a full range top-class talent and facilities – including performers, musicians, MCs, celebrity guests, after-dinner speakers, technicians and AV equipment.

Pegasus works regularly with national TV, radio and theatre companies, and produces events across the country, supplying major corporations, local councils, libraries, festivals and historic properties with talent, expertise and technical facilities. The National Concert Hall; The Pavilion, Dun Laoghaire; The Waterford Royal; Draiocht, Blanchardstown; The Civic Theatre, Tallaght; The Mill, Dundrum; The Hay Festival, Kells; Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny; King House, Boyle; The Town Hall, Cavan; The Dock, Carrick On Shannon and Lissadell Church, Sligo are among the leading venues that stage our productions.

TalentBase is one of Ireland’s leading talent agencies, representing a wide range of clients from media, the arts, politics and sport

  • 2012
    The Titanic Experience, Cobh
    Titanic Experience Cobh is a visitor centre located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the centre of Cobh town (formally known as Queenstown), in what was the departure point for the final 123 passengers who boarded the Titanic.
  • 2014
    The Great War Roadshow
    An evening of songs and music of The Great War, featuring The Brook Singers, with soloists Sadhbh Burt Fitzgerald, Jonathan Creasy and Brendan MacQuaile
  • 2016
    Paths to Freedom
    The Paths To Freedom programme brings together a team of authors and key academics with important things to say about the legacy of 1916, plus a cast of international performers, for a special two-part commemoration.
  • 2018
    The Fighting Irish
    The show was an integral part of a two-day American Civil War commemoration. Hosted by Cavan County Council Library Service, 150 years after the Civil War, this was a major commemoration of the Irish who fought in the conflict.
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