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Limerick show for Mercury nominated C Duncan

Limerick show for Mercury nominated C Duncan

| May 4, 2017

C Duncan might not be instantly recognisable but chances are you know the Mercury Prize nominated composer’s music very well. Chris Duncan spoke to Limerick Post Newspaper ahead of this week’s show. MERCURY Prize nominated composer C Duncan brings his dreamscape summery indie pop to Limerick this Friday. The acclaimed artist, and possibly the most […]

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Mozart’s Violin concerto leads Prom night

Mozart’s Violin concerto leads Prom night

| May 3, 2017

TWENTY-five years making music, University of Limerick Orchestra presents their Summer Proms Concert to UCH this Saturday May 6 at 8pm under the baton of Liam Daly. To mark the anniversary and their growth from small beginnings, the orchestra will perform from Gustav Holst’s ‘Brook Green Suite’ one of their works selected at the inaugural concert […]

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€700,000 for arts and artists overseas

€700,000 for arts and artists overseas

| May 2, 2017

FUNDING of almost €700,000 is to be given by Culture Ireland to 122 Irish artists and arts organisations to present their work worldwide. The projects, covering circus, dance, film, literature, music, theatre and the visual arts, will enable Irish artists to present their work in 35 different countries and build on Ireland’s strong global reputation […]

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Smallone, the quare one

Smallone, the quare one

| May 1, 2017

TAKE an alternative venue, a room up three flights at an old Georgian, No. 74 O’Connell Street. Take a determined actress, Michelle O’Flanagan (Quarry, Torch Players) who first attempted “a script that is extremely difficult at times” a year before, says writer and director John A Murphy. Take a show that was first staged in […]

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Blood lust and regal deception: Radamisto

Blood lust and regal deception: Radamisto

| April 29, 2017

“A KING stops at nothing to satisfy his appetites, throwing the known world into bloody chaos.” You got to hand it to George Frideric Handel, he wrote some cracking stuff. Northern Ireland Opera joins in union again with Irish Chamber Orchestra to bring us his ‘Radamisto’, set to premier in Limerick at Lime Tree Theatre […]

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Sharon’s Encounter… with a slimming group

Sharon’s Encounter… with a slimming group

| April 28, 2017

ST SAVIOUR’s Drama Group present their 10th original production at the Belltable on May 4 and 5, ‘Sharon’s Encounter’. Once more this show is devised in its entirety by this hard working group: script, soundscape, theatrical choices, cast and crew, all led by theatre practitioner Karen Fitzgibbon. “It has been a busy six years for St. […]

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Mizdrea: new single launch

Mizdrea: new single launch

| April 28, 2017

LIMERICK indie/ dance outfit Mizdrea play Kasbah Social Club this weekend. Celebrating the release of their second single ‘Loser’s End’, the group will be part of an impressive line up of acts on stage for this year’s Riverfest weekend. ‘Loser’s End’ follows the electro/pop earworm ‘The Reason’ and this single is a trip hop ballad […]

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Riverfest: 80s vs 90s party after Great Limerick Run

Riverfest: 80s vs 90s party after Great Limerick Run

| April 27, 2017

2FM DJ Will Leahy brings back his legendary ’80s night Electric Dreams to Dolan’s Warehouse this Sunday April 30 for the ultimate blowout to the big party bangers after the Great Limerick Run. In the second room the Saved by the ’90s crew of DJ Screech and ThunderBeat on drums will bring their monster 90s’ dance […]

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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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Music in the Cathedral

Music in the Cathedral

| April 27, 2017

THE excellent programme of free music on Wednesday lunch hour continues at St Mary’s Cathedral, led largely by Peter Barley, organist. Following on from alto Edel O’Brien accompanied by Irina Dernova on piano this Wednesday, next May 3 we have Frank Schaefer on cello and Ethna Tinney on piano. Schaefer and Tinney have selected a […]

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