Events: What’s On This weekend

Liam O'Brien.
AS we settle into the New Year, we have complied a list of some music, entertainment and events happening this weekend.
Whether you feel like some live music, dancing to a tribute act or perhaps getting out for a run or walk on Sunday, we have something for everyone.
What: The Eblana String Trio
Where: Lime Tree Theatre
When: Friday the 14th of January
Time: 6.30pm
Tickets: €18
The Eblana String Trio are a highly acclaimed group championing great music for string quartet minus one and will be performing classical music from the likes of Beethoven, Ian Wilson, and Dohnanyi. The group have a lot of critical success with their 2021 album ”The King’s Alchemist” receiving a 5-star review from BBC Music Magazine. Standard tickets are €18 and are available to book on the Lime Tree Theatre website.
What: Thin Az Lizzy Tribute Act
Where: Dolan’s Pub and Restaurant
When: Saturday the 15th of January
Time: 5.30pm – 8.00pm
Tickets: €15
The Thin Az Lizzy tribute act is performing live music at Dolan’s Pub and Restaurant. The group has been performing since 1995 and have done live music at many of the top venues across the country. Tickets are available from or Ticketmaster for €15. Over 18s only and ID required.
What: The Liam O’Brien Show
Where: The Savoy Hotel
When: Saturday the 15th of January
Time: 8.30pm
Tickets: Check-In required at Hotel. Prices may vary.
The Liam O’Brien show will be taking place at the glamourous Savoy Hotel. He will be signing songs from iconic singers like Frank Sinatra. The event will take guests back to 1950s New York with its music while you can enjoy a five-course dinner. Book now and you can also enjoy a full Irish breakfast the next morning as well.
What: Tom Walsh Memorial 10k Run & 5m Walk
Where: Caherconlish, Limerick
When: Sunday the 16th of January
Time: Walk starts at 11.45am. Race starts at 12.30pm
Tickets: 10k Entry: €20. 5 Mile walk: €8. Family of four: Competition price per team: €20
This is a non-profit event to help raise funds for local charities. It is named after the late Tom ‘the runner’ Walsh, who was a local runner from Ballyvourneen. Over the course of his career, he won over 200 races in Ireland, England, and Scotland. There is also cash prizes to be won at this event. You can register on