What’s On this Week – 12 Angry Men, The Henry Girls, 1710 @ Old Quarter, His Father’s Voice, Gig For Dochas, Sprints & Niall ‘Bressie’ Breslin

Bressie’s Where is My Mind podcast tour comes to Lime Tree Theatre on Thursday April 18. Tickets at www.limetreetheatre.ie


Screening the Future Student Day. Belltable. Presented by Catalyst International Film Festival.

Niall ‘Bressie’ Breslin Where is my Mind?  Lime Tree Theatre. A mix of music, spoken word, monologues and incredible guests 

Take It To The Limit. University Concert Hall. Johnny Brady, Simon Casey, Nigel Connell and The Sheerin Family Band come together to pay homage to one of the greatest bands ever, The Eagles.

Scustin. Dolans.   Scustin are purveyors of “Post – Funk”. Which they create by blending humorous storytelling with a jazzy funk take on indie rock. Their sound was created by imagining what would happen if Blindboy, Mike Skinner, Jamiroquai and Viagra Boys went for a boozy night out in Bray and wrote an album about it.

Sprints. Dolans.  Debut album ‘Letter To Self’ embodies their substantial evolution over the past few years transforming pain into truth, passion into purpose and perseverance into strength, the Dublin four-piece have steadily grown a fearsome live reputation.

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Oisin Leech. Dolans. Debut solo album ‘Cold Sea’ is out now.

LSAD Painting Fundraiser. The Record Room.  Raising funds for LSAD’s painting course.

Garron Noone. Cask. TikTok star & musician


Contralto Sarah-Ellen Murphy will perform with Limerick Choral Union this Saturday 20 at UCH.

Baltimore – Belltable. Debutante Rose Dugdale (Imogen Poots) enjoys a life of wealth and privilege, but her rebellious nature soon leads her down a militant path with the IRA.

Drive – Old Quarter

Ben Portsmouth: This Is Elvis – University Concert Hall. Elvis is in the building – Elvis favourites from all eras such as the 1950s, the iconic ’68 Comeback Special and the 1970s Vegas concerts. 

Gig For Dochas – Dolans. The Roadrunners, Emma Langford, dREA, DJ Tom Fitz (Termites). Dochas is a support centre for children and adolescents with Autism.

Hero In Error – Dolans. Bad Reputation metal gig.

Top 8 – The Record Room. Unique energy with a line-up of both dancers and  DJs. Prepare to bust a move.

L.A.S.A. Presents – His Father’s Voice – Pharmacia. Celebrating new single ‘Arm’s Length’ with support from Old Sport.

Electric Boogie – The Red Hen. Disco / House / RnB

Jungle Therapy – Pharmacia. DnB & Footwork with D’anu


Turning Pointe School of Ballet – Lime Tree Theatre. A Triple Bill, will demonstrate the students’ work on different dance styles.

1710 – Old Quarter

Verdigris | CIFF – Belltable. Film written and directed by Patricia Kelly and stars Geraldine McAlinden (Bloodlands, Bad Sisters), Maya O’Shea (Normal People),

Limerick Choral Union presents Verdi ‘Requiem’ – University Concert Hall. Directed by Mr. Malcolm Green, LCU & Orchestra accompanied by 4 wonderful soloists. A dramatic & thrilling ‘opera in disguise’, with profound loss, sheer terror and transient moments of weeping & encouragement returning to terror and ultimate resignation of uncertainty

The Henry Girls – Dolans. Sisters Karen, Lorna and Joleen McLaughlin from north Co. Donegal bring a captivating fusion of harp, fiddle, accordion, and tight, impressive three-part harmonies.

Gemma Hayes

Gemma Hayes – Dolans. Singer-songwriter / national treasure, Gemma Hayes has released ‘Feed the Flames’ the second single off her new album

DJ Jack Brolly. The Record Room. Dancefloor fillers and drink spillers with free entry

After Show Party – Dolans Upper Deck. DJ playing alternative/disco/lost classics on Dolans Terrace til late after the live shows


The Vanbrugh & Friends – University Concert Hall. Limerick Classical Concert Series: Each work is for string quartet plus a second viola


IFI – Perfect Days – Belltable. Wim Wenders’s return to fiction filmmaking is a poignant character study that extols the virtues of simplicity and humility.

Film: 12 Angry Men – University Concert Hall. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Starring Henry Fonda and Lee J. Cobb. The verdict of a seemingly open and shut case lies in the hands of twelve Jury members. Will an innocent man be put to death? Or will a guilty man be spared?


Shannon Shorts – The Record Room. showcases local short films


Let it be a tale – Lime Tree Theatre – Palestinian poet and spoken word artist Rafeef Ziadah brings her powerful catalogue of poetry to the stage.

Niamh Bury – Dolans. Dublin folk singer’s debut album ‘Yellow Roses’ was released in March.


Mikkel Ploug Trio – Belltable. The Mikkel Ploug Trio have worked with of some of todays greatest saxophonists including Americans Mark Turner and Loren Stillman. Mikkel has recorded 17 albums for renowned jazz-labels like Sunnyside Records (US), Fresh Sound (ES), Songlines (CA) and for Whirlwind Recordings (UK).

The Longest Johns – Dolans.  The Longest Johns – Jonathan ‘JD’ Darley, Andy Yates and Robbie Sattin – have sailed the seven seas in the name of the “rock ‘n’ roll of 1752” to grace the stages of international folk festivals, tour the UK, Europe and North America.

Wired FM presents – The Record Room.  A night of metal with, legends, Shardborne and noisemakers Tooms. It’ll be heavy so bring along some earplugs and maybe a towel to mop up your sweat. Free in.