Rose Rushe

Rose Rushe

Commercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post

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Limerick Solicitor shortlisted for Irish Law Awards

Limerick Solicitor shortlisted for Irish Law Awards

| May 15, 2017

KIERAN Mulcahy of Kieran Mulcahy Solicitors, 70 O’Connell Street, Limerick isshortlisted for the Munster Provincial Solicitor of the Year Award at the prestigious Irish Law Awards 2017. Of the award, The Irish Law Awards state: “The Solicitor of the Year Award 2017 for Munster, honours an outstanding Solicitor, based in the province of Munster, who has […]

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To and from Cannes: screening Irish Women in Film

To and from Cannes: screening Irish Women in Film

| May 13, 2017

LIMERICK based film makers and actors were a vibrant presence at last year’s Cannes Film Festival, collecting under the auspices of Richard Harris International Film Festival (RHIFF). Likewise for 2017, a contingent will journey to the Riviera for the French festival May 17 to 28, working the circuit and screening their films at Morrison’s Irish […]

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Cool hunter of The Cool Vernacular

Cool hunter of The Cool Vernacular

| May 12, 2017

LIMERICK Printmakers are behind ‘The Cool Vernacular’, an exhibition by emerging artist Jim Furlong current at Belltable until May 27. Aine Nic Giolla Coda, programme leader of the Limerick School of Art & Design’s painting department, will officiate. Limerick based Jim Furlong is the recipient of the 2016/17 Tom Fox Painting Award, an accolade bestowed […]

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Giselle’s redemptive power of forgiveness

Giselle’s redemptive power of forgiveness

| May 12, 2017

DEEMED to be an all time classic in the art form of ballet, ‘Giselle’ is a haunting story of love and betrayal. Ballet Ireland tours again to Lime Tree Theatre to frame our fragile heroine in contemporary context, giving her fresh resonance to 21st century generations. “Our modern re-telling of this romantic classic is a […]

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Forty Years of Fun from Dr Pat Wallace

Forty Years of Fun from Dr Pat Wallace

| May 11, 2017

FRIENDS of the Hunt Museum return to Dunraven Arms Hotel in Adare on Thursday May 18 for summer luncheon and to welcome Dr Patrick Wallace, director emeritus of the National Museum of Ireland. Dr Wallace will address ‘Forty Years Fun’ at that institution during which he oversaw the Wood Quay excavations and the development of […]

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Another Bella Italia set to open in Castletroy this Summer

Another Bella Italia set to open in Castletroy this Summer

| May 11, 2017

SUCH is demand for tables and takeaway from Bella Italia Restaurant on Thomas Street, a second Bella Italia will open in July at Castletroy Town Centre, beside Odeon Cinema. A family owned favourite for more than 25 years, Bella Italia has flourished since set-up in 1990 by brother and sister team, Caroline and Hugh. “We […]

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Willie Redmond’s Atlantic Attitude

Willie Redmond’s Atlantic Attitude

| May 10, 2017

‘ATLANTIC Attitude’ is the exhibition running at the Russell Gallery in New Quay Co. Clare for the month. Opening this Saturday May 6, this show is the latest collection of paintings by Dublin based artist Willie Redmond. We are told that ‘Alantic Attitude’ captures the artist’s response to Clare’s coastline with the crashing force of […]

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Remarkable day in the life of Maz and Bricks

Remarkable day in the life of Maz and Bricks

| May 8, 2017

AS PART of its commitment to new work that engages in public debates of national import, Fishamble: The New Play Company has premiered ‘Maz and Bricks’ – and won strong reviews.  The production is coming to Belltable from Wednesday May 17 to Saturday 20, 8pm, after the run at Project Arts Centre, Dublin. Written by […]

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Open 0’s Bealtaine invitation is yours

Open 0’s Bealtaine invitation is yours

| May 6, 2017

WHEN the tagline to an event for Bealtaine, the May festival celebrating creativity and age, reads: “‘Open O: Performing Silence’, a reflective space that provides for a simple encounter involving people, silence, chairs, movement and stillness”, there’s an impulse to head to that beautiful place. Co-ordinated by two dance/ arts professionals in Limerick, ‘Open O: […]

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René Cusack Fishmonger on wave of change

René Cusack Fishmonger on wave of change

| May 5, 2017

AS MOST Limerick people know, René Cusack Fishmonger’s has been in this city for a long time . Founded in 1916, for more than a hundred years they have brought fresh fish from around our coast and further when necessary to serve the requirements of Limerick consumers and beyond. You could say that René Cusack’s […]

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