Rose Rushe

Rose Rushe

Commercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post

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New beginnings for VTOS craft and design students

New beginnings for VTOS craft and design students

| May 23, 2017

ART, Craft and Design students undertaking the VTOS programme at the new Further Education and Training Centre, Kilmallock Road Campus hold an exhibition of their work on Thursday May 25, 10-2pm. This mixed media showcase will present a range of paintings, drawings, crafts, graphic design and photography. Still, consider it only a selection of the […]

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Five lines of a Limerick up for €500?

Five lines of a Limerick up for €500?

| May 23, 2017

WORD from Dominic Taylor is that the 2017 Bring your Limericks to Limerick International Poetry Competition expands into a three day festival of literature, arts and culture. It will take place from Friday August 25 to Sunday 27, with the final of this established competition taking place on the Saturday in Dolan’s on the Dock […]

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West End star Jacinta Whyte plays Angela of the ashes

West End star Jacinta Whyte plays Angela of the ashes

| May 22, 2017

ISN’T it mighty when Limerick stars of the daunting West End circuit are sought for principal parts in a bold production that will premier in Limerick? Jacinta Whyte [Miss Saigon, Blood Brothers, Les Miserables] is confirmed in the central role of Angela McCourt in ‘Angela’s Ashes The Musical’, set to open at Lime Three Theatre […]

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The Morning after the Life Before

The Morning after the Life Before

| May 19, 2017

ANOTHER premier for Limerick in this hot and happening season. There’s a new play about to open at Belltable by Ann Blake, Limerick theatre maker and of The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra, ‘The Morning After The Life Before’ celebrates that pivotal moment when Ireland became the first country in the world to support Marriage Equality […]

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Worms in the heart of suburbia’s bookclub

Worms in the heart of suburbia’s bookclub

| May 18, 2017

THE Bernard Farrell hit ‘Bookworms’ was taken on joyfully by Torch Players and director Maurice O’Sullivan for their spring production. Laugh-out-loud wickedness ensued, and Torch is  thrilled take to the boards again: Friars’ Gate in Kilmallock on Thursday 25, Kilkee’s Cultúrlann Sweeney, Sunday 28 and St John’s Theatre in Listowel for Thursday June 1. All […]

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Spring burst of beauty from Anthology III

Spring burst of beauty from Anthology III

| May 17, 2017

The Spring edition of ‘Anthology; a collection of beautiful experiences’ is on retail shelves now, graced by Ken Coleman’s art work. Limerick based, this LSAD graduate in sculpture uses photography, painting and CGI to create stunning portrait and iconography. Published by Edel Cassidy, Anthology 111 features Comme Des Garcons (Met Ball theme); the Beyond Carvaggio […]

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May dates for Killaloe Chamber Music Festival

May dates for Killaloe Chamber Music Festival

| May 16, 2017

THREE days of Mozart, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Beethoven and Shostakovich open out for music lovers of every age, mostly in Killaloe’s St Flannan’s Cathedral, www.killaloemusicfestival.com The 5th annual Killaloe Chamber Music Festival begins on Friday May 26 with the Vanbrugh Quartet performing Borodin’s String Quartet op.111. Look forward to Hugh Tinney also, playing Beethoven’s Piano Sonata […]

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Technicolour Tea Party – deck out for ADAPT

Technicolour Tea Party – deck out for ADAPT

| May 16, 2017

CECILIAN Musical Society is doing another fundraiser for ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services, this one under the banner ‘Technicolor Tea Party’. So called because this year’s production by the 98 year-old troupe will be ‘Joseph and his Technicolor Dreamcoat’. We are invited to support this novel event, an afternoon tea party with Cecilians and what ever […]

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Ripplecom’s telecoms/ data solution for Caherdavin Credit Union

Ripplecom’s telecoms/ data solution for Caherdavin Credit Union

| May 15, 2017

RIPPLECOM, telecommunications expert, has announced the winning of an extensive piece of business in providing Caherdavin Credit Union with a complete telecoms solution. This service will cover both data and voice connections to its head office in Caherdavin and its other four offices at St. John’s, St. Patrick’s, Southill and Moyross. Ripplecom is providing a […]

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The Philosopher’s Stones’ 20th birthday at O’Mahony’s Booksellers

The Philosopher’s Stones’ 20th birthday at O’Mahony’s Booksellers

| May 15, 2017

DEDICATED fans of Harry’s gang will know that Monday June 26 is the 20th anniversary of the publication of ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’. Manager of O’Mahony’s Booksellers, Colette Cotter tells Limerick Post, “We are celebrating instore with a Harry Potter themed evening from 5-7pm, together with a summer Reward Card event. Fancy dress is […]

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