Rose Rushe

Rose Rushe

Commercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post

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Lunching with poetry by the river

Lunching with poetry by the river

| July 5, 2017

LIMERICK Writers’ Centre and The Hunt Museum will treat all comers to a Lunch Time Poetry programme at the old riverside Custom House. Take note of Friday dates July 7, 14, 21 and 28 for poets reading their own work and all preceded by live music from local musicians, 1pm to 2pm. Free in, we […]

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Poetry of the Dispossessed for masterclass

Poetry of the Dispossessed for masterclass

| July 5, 2017

LIMERICK Writers’ Centre is hosting a poetry masterclass with the Madrid-based John Liddy on Saturday July 15 from 10am to 4pm. Under the theme of ‘Repossessing the Poetry of the Dispossessed’, Liddy takes the seminal work ’An Duanaire 1600-1900: Poems of the Dispossessed by Ó Tuama & Kinsella’ (1981) with a view to clarifying those […]

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A memory suitcase to invoke lost past

A memory suitcase to invoke lost past

| July 3, 2017

THE reopened Limerick Museum and The Hunt Museum will benefit from an €8,000 grant from the Department for Arts and Heritage. This modest investment is delivered through the Local and Regional Museums Funding Scheme of 2017, €135,000 for 23 projects. Local Senator Maria Byrne has welcomed the news: “This will come as a very welcome […]

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Irish Youth Choir in full song at cathedral

Irish Youth Choir in full song at cathedral

| July 1, 2017

A THOUGHT: ‘Make Our Garden Grow’. This is title and theme to a concert this Sunday July 2 by Irish Youth Choir (IYC) at St Mary’s Cathedral at 7.30pm. This performance and explores the life of Nadia Boulanger, perhaps the greatest music teacher who ever lived, according to this music corps. The programme is conducted […]

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Belltable: Connect’s ‘Showcase of Ideas’

Belltable: Connect’s ‘Showcase of Ideas’

| June 30, 2017

IN JANUARY some 13 theatre artists from around Ireland came to collaborate and stretch their creative comfort zones. ‘Showcase of Ideas’ is the culmination of this programme. Inspired by the Limerick Leader edition of February 11, five collaborative pieces, conceived and created in Belltable: Connect, will be presented over two nights, June 30 and July […]

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Get to the Black Ladies Brunch

Get to the Black Ladies Brunch

| June 27, 2017

LIMERICK Writers’ Centre and Ormston House present Saida Agostini and Teri Ellen Cross Davis of the Black Ladies Brunch Collective (US) on Wednesday June 28 in an evening of poetry and spoken word. The Collective is a group of poets whose aim is to lift up and inspire the voices of black women who have […]

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Limerick Summer Music lights up with Vladimir and Anton

Limerick Summer Music lights up with Vladimir and Anton

| June 25, 2017

THE sight of an idle pavilion in their grounds has inspired a Limerick rugby club to pitch their vision of culture beyond the leather oval. There is a three-year plan being fashioned for Pig’nPorter Tag Rugby Festival by host Old Crescent RFC. They have set about mounting a July suite of events by 2020, integrating […]

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McCourt and Angela’s Ashes – The Musical

McCourt and Angela’s Ashes – The Musical

| June 23, 2017

WHAT would the McCourt men make of ‘Angela’s Ashes – The Musical’? Opening in Lime Tree Theatre on July 6 into July 15, it prompted Limerick Post to get on to writer Malachy McCourt. He is Frank’s little brother. Based in New York, this octogenarian has a big spirit, a big well of stories and […]

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Downsizing made easy at Clarina’s Cois Carraig

Downsizing made easy at Clarina’s Cois Carraig

| June 22, 2017

ATG Properties has launched a development with a difference at Clarina Co. Limerick. The development is exclusively for residents over 50 years of age and is aimed  specifically at those interested in the innovative concept of downsizing – moving to a smaller, more manageable home. The cost of maintaining and heating a larger residence can […]

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€4000K commercial/ residential challenge on William Street

€4000K commercial/ residential challenge on William Street

| June 22, 2017

IN THE heart of the city at No. 45 William Street – across from Allens – there is a tall challenge waiting for the right investor. We write of a commercial premises, not trading currently, and a three storey tier of two bedroom apartments of varying size overhead. Below street-level there is a basement for […]

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