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The Nualas unwrapped

The Nualas unwrapped

| April 27, 2017

“We’re in the era of big Spanx. All feeling is now lost from the waist down from Spanx-ing,” explained Anne Gildea of comedy trio The Nualas. Anne talked to Limerick Post this week about the upcoming show ‘All Spanxed Up’ this weekend. Together with Sue Collins and American singer/ actress Maria Tecce, the three girls collectively […]

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Limerick Fringe 2017 : Santina Spitfire is on the run

Limerick Fringe 2017 : Santina Spitfire is on the run

| March 30, 2017

The weekend has landed and Limerick Fringe 2017 is here to bring music, laughter and intrigue to Limerick city with over 60 performances in three days across five venues this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Dolan’s Warehouse is the location for The Honey Drops Deadliest Dames Event which closes the new festival. This show promises to […]

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Comedian Russell Brand to play Limerick

Comedian Russell Brand to play Limerick

| January 27, 2017

RUSSELL Brand, comedian, actor, author, controversial commentator and good friend of Limerick’s Rubberbandits will perform his show RE-Birth in Limerick at the University Concert Hall next year on September 27, 2018. Tickets from Ticketmaster on sale Friday February 3.

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Limmy on tour – on stage in Limerick

Limmy on tour – on stage in Limerick

| January 26, 2017

A night of storytelling and chit chat from the Scottish internet cult hero and comedy television star. Limmy introduces his second book That’s Your Lot with audience Q&A and book signing. Limmy plays Lime Tree Theatre, MIC on Saturday June 3. Tickets on sale Wednesday February 1.        

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A Limerick Christmas Comedy Opera

A Limerick Christmas Comedy Opera

| December 23, 2016

RAY Murphy is well known to music lovers as a drummer with his mainstay band Iron Mountain and other musical projects. The Limerickman also loves is comedy opera and has created a series of video shorts with working partner Daithí Magnier. Ray (aka Bertie and Ann Clermont) and Daithí (aka Michael Michaelson and Declan Dallas) […]

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Tommy Tiernan: Into The Whirlwind

Tommy Tiernan: Into The Whirlwind

| December 5, 2016

LIKE most of Tommy’s shows, ‘Under the Influence’ at University Concert Hall this week quickly sold out and he has since added a second date this Wednesday December 7. There are a few seats left. The comedian has brought out a DVD of his mis-adventures at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival where he played 24 full-house shows […]

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#newsound Declan Dallas – ‘Cry Away The Tears’

#newsound Declan Dallas – ‘Cry Away The Tears’

| October 5, 2016

A VIDEO for up and coming Country Music star Declan Dallas has just come across the Ents Desk here at Limerick Post Newspaper. His song is called ‘Cry Away The Tears’. We don’t know much about Declan but he did tell us that he has been an inspiration for many of music’s big names. “I […]

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Electric Picnic MindField welcomes Blindboy Boatclub

Electric Picnic MindField welcomes Blindboy Boatclub

| August 3, 2016

THIS year’s MindField at Electric Picnic looks to the future of this State in the context of the 1916 centenary commemorations. Expect tough questions, inspiring answers, heated debate and huge laughs from Limerick’s Blindboy Boatclub of the Rubberbandits, comedian Al Porter and David McWilliams. The Twenty One Sixteen Parliament will be chaired by Ceann Comhairle Blindboy Boatclub with […]

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There’s Mr. F*ckin’ Caplis – John Caplis is 12 Years a Teacher

There’s Mr. F*ckin’ Caplis – John Caplis is 12 Years a Teacher

| July 22, 2016

COMEDIAN John Caplis, now based in Newport, has promoted and MC’d comedy gigs in Limerick since the ’00s. This weekend he brings his own show to The Locke Bar, based on his other career as a substitute teacher. ‘A tale of pain, heartache, stress and laughter’ is the byline for this show. The teacher who […]

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From soap opera to sex on screen

From soap opera to sex on screen

| July 21, 2016

THERE was a programme about Glenroe on television last weekend. Glenroe, remember it? Ireland’s biggest soap opera throughout the eighties, it had characters with names like Biddy, Dinny and Miley, and story-lines about sick calves, broken tractors and mucky wellies. It was quintessentially Irish, a microcosm of what life was like during the Haughey years. […]

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