Rose Rushe

Rose Rushe

Commercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post

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Another accolade for Bobby Byrne’s gastropub

Another accolade for Bobby Byrne’s gastropub

| April 4, 2017

BOBBY Byrne’s Gastropub has been presented with their most recent accolade, a recommendation from Georgina Campbell ‘Best in Ireland Guide 2017’ to where to eat, drink and stay. This is the sixth year in a row that Bobby Byrne’s has achieved this recommendation/ listing by the food critic and writer. 2017’s adds itself to Bobby […]

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The X-Factor Tour is coming to Arthurs Quay Centre

The X-Factor Tour is coming to Arthurs Quay Centre

| April 4, 2017

THE management of Arthurs Quay Shopping Centre is thrilled that producers of ‘The X-Factor’ TV show have chosen Arthurs Quay as one of their venues for The 2017 X-Factor Mobile Auditions Tour. Roll up, roll up, ladies and gentlemen of performance talent. This gig is designed for you and a route to the stars on […]

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Detached, beautifully presented home at heart of Clonlara Village

Detached, beautifully presented home at heart of Clonlara Village

| April 4, 2017

ROONEY Auctioneers have a new prospect on the Clare/ Limerick border to field. No 11 is a detached family home in the centre of Clonlara Village that arrives on the market in excellent decorative condition. Located in a tranquil cul-de-sac, the dormer property is perfect for families or as an investment. Demand in this well-kept, […]

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Our Lady of Lourdes presents with Pure Imagination

Our Lady of Lourdes presents with Pure Imagination

| April 3, 2017

OUR Lady of Lourdes NS Rosbrien is busy preparing their production of an original show called ‘Pure Imagination’ that opens this Wednesday 5 at Lime Tree Theatre. ‘Pure Imagination’ is produced and directed by the able, creative and experienced duo of Limerick Panto Society’s Tony Cusack  and Mícheál O Dubhghaill from TG4. The show involves children, teachers, […]

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Puccini’s Bohemian rhapsody of Paris demi-monde

Puccini’s Bohemian rhapsody of Paris demi-monde

| April 2, 2017

ELLEN Kent’s production of ‘La Boheme’ at UCH for Good Friday April 14 brings delightful extras to Puccini’s ode to 19th century Paris. No, Arts page is not alluding to walk-on parts but to other call outs: one for a ‘frou frou’ dog to accompany Musetta to the Café Momas scene and two, the chance […]

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Bar-oque and roll operatics in Offaly

Bar-oque and roll operatics in Offaly

| March 31, 2017

A DOOMED love story, that old faithful of opera, and set in the 1700s is lifted forward to a bar in Offaly today by Opera Theatre Company. Coming to Lime Tree Theatre on Friday April 7, 8pm, 15 members of the Ireland Baroque Orchestra are the music to Handel’s ‘Acis and Galatea’. Music director to […]

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Limerick Fringe @ Loft Venue, Locke Bar

Limerick Fringe @ Loft Venue, Locke Bar

| March 30, 2017

LOFT Venue, overhead The Locke Bar on George’s Quay, is one of half a dozen city  sites hosting Limerick Fringe shows this weekend, Thursday 30 into Saturday April 1. The mix here is comedy and theatre;  buy your tickets at Arthur’s Quay, Chez le Fab in advance or go online for programme and purchase at […]

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The drink of champions for Dragon’s Den?

The drink of champions for Dragon’s Den?

| March 29, 2017

WHAT do Munster Rugby, Limerick FC and Shannon Rugby have in common, other than hot men in short shorts? The answer is Temple Dairy Chocolate Milk, a Limerick made, nutrient rich sports recovery drink that boasts 20grams protein in every silken 500ml. With Irish Rugby international Keith Earls as brand ambassador, the Athlacca based Temple Dairy […]

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‘Nobody’s on nobody’s side’ in Chess games

‘Nobody’s on nobody’s side’ in Chess games

| March 28, 2017

LIMERICK Musical Society’s production of ‘Chess the Musical’, costing beyond €50,000, will open at University Concert Hall on Wednesday 29, 8pm for four nights with a cast of 60+. Directed by the award winning team of Des Henn with Barbara Meaney on choreography and Maire Keary-Scanlon as musical director, appreciate that LMS landed four AIMS awards […]

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Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye – one hundred years in

Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye – one hundred years in

| March 27, 2017

by Eric FitzGerald JIM Nolan’s play ‘Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye’ takes a wry and funny look at Irish life one hundred years after the 1916 Rising. From the offices of the Inishshannon Chronicle, intrepid staff reports the news as the country faces a General Election. Their town attempts to mark the 1916 Centenary by […]

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