Rose Rushe

Rose Rushe

Commercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post

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Fashion Friday April 28 for Riverfest

Fashion Friday April 28 for Riverfest

| April 21, 2017

‘FASHION Friday @ Riverfest’ 2017 returns to Arthur’s Quay Shopping Centre to showcase Limerick’s finest in designer gear. This year the style parade with Holman Lee Agency models will be presented from Bowes Ryan Café, upstairs on Friday April 28 at the hours of 11.30am and 3pm. Bowes Ryan Café will donate all proceeds from […]

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Free gigs for Poetry Day Thursday 27

Free gigs for Poetry Day Thursday 27

| April 21, 2017

MARKING your card here for interesting stuff tiered around Thursday April 27, Poetry Day Ireland, bringing to a close this month of performance to do with the written and spoken word. It’s going to be a day of decent pickings for anyone interested in enjoying part-taking of the following: · A lunchtime recital. Local and visiting […]

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Brokentalkers family is bereaved….

Brokentalkers family is bereaved….

| April 20, 2017

WHEN an Irish work of drama wins a theatre award at Edinburgh Fringe Festival for ‘innovation, experimentation and playing with form’, it is cue to pay attention. The show in question, ‘Have I No Mouth’ (it defies the term ‘play’) is rooted in a family tragedy that befell the Cannons in 2001. Their head of […]

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Meet Michael Roberts – estate agent for Limerick

Meet Michael Roberts – estate agent for Limerick

| April 20, 2017

ESTATE agent Michael Roberts, 14 years in the business, has international sales experience to strengthen the scope of services offered by his Cecil Street firm. From pre-sale conveyancing, to marketing on social digital platforms, and being search agent to match properties for sale or rent with professionals coming to Limerick, Michael’s business extends well beyond […]

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Munster’s Andrew Conway now brand ambassador for Renault

Munster’s Andrew Conway now brand ambassador for Renault

| April 17, 2017

AT Dennehy Motors, the team believes that the all new 2017 Renault Megane GT was the perfect fit for Andrew Conway. The latest generation Renault Megane GT – tuned by the French company’s sports division – is as exciting and head-turning as the electric Munster back. Rory Dennehy, general manager of Dennehy Motors, commented: “We […]

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Summer Proms from University of Limerick Orchestra

Summer Proms from University of Limerick Orchestra

| April 17, 2017

UNIVERSITY of Limerick Orchestra presents a Summer Proms Concert at UCH on Saturday May 6, 8pm under the baton of conductor Liam Daly. The Orchestra celebrates its silver anniversary since beginning with just 23 members, taking from Gustav Holst’s ‘Brook Green Suite’- one of the first works performed at their inaugural concert. Guest soloist will […]

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Milford’s Memorial 5km walk and tree

Milford’s Memorial 5km walk and tree

| April 16, 2017

HUNDREDS of handwritten tributes by friends and family will adorn the Milford Memorial Tree in the grounds of Milford Care Centre on Sunday May 28, ’round about 12noon. That Sunday the second Milford Hospice Memorial Walk will be held, followed by tribute ribbons in memory of loved being placed on the Memorial Tree. Funds are […]

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Good News, Bad News, Good News

Good News, Bad News, Good News

| April 15, 2017

POET and writer Edward O’Dwyer launches his new collection of poetry, ‘Bad News, Good News, Bad News’ at Limerick Strand Hotel on Tuesday April 18, 7.30pm. There’s a wine and cheese reception to boot. Fellow poet John W Sexton will introduce this 2017 book, published by Salmon Poetry who work out of the Cliffs of […]

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Limerick gets #Alltogethernow for Bealtaine

Limerick gets #Alltogethernow for Bealtaine

| April 14, 2017

NUMEROUS events and performances to celebrate Bealtaine, the festival that defies age and promotes creativity, will take place in Limerick. There are opportunities to link in nationally through shared choral works and touring theatre also, each with a themed resonance for participants and the audience. With Bealtaine in its 22nd year and under the aegis […]

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Exceptional young artists tipped as Rising Stars

Exceptional young artists tipped as Rising Stars

| April 14, 2017

HOW do brilliant young musicians and singers fare when out of college, post-grad degrees done and prizes shone? When do they take to a concert house proper? We don’t consider this when attending a venue for opera or proms, enjoying as due process the gift of music made possible by established, contracted professionals. University Concert […]

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