What’s On this Week: Simply The Best, Trumpet Sounds, Jilly Morgan’s Birthday Party, Jane Weaver & Dr. John Cooper Clarke


Jilly Morgan’s Birthday Party – Belltable

Simply The Best  (Tina Turner) – Lime Tree Theatre. Rebecca O’Connor is the only artist personally endorsed by Tina Turner herself

Tine Thing Helseth.

The ICO: Trumpet Sounds – University Concert Hall. Works by Elgar, Grieg, Neruda & Piazzolla.

John Smith – Dolans. Dubbed the future of folk music by Pentangle’s John Renbourn, The Living Kind is his masterpiece in American atmospherics.


Jilly Morgan’s Birthday Party – Belltable

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Stage Arts Academy – Lime Tree Theatre. A jam packed journey through song and dance with the students of Stage Arts Killaloe

Josh Quinn – The Old Quarter

The London Symphonic Rock Orchestra – University Concert Hall.  London Symphonic Rock Orchestra deliver iconic rock hits in the most spectacular way. Expect reimagined classic hits from: AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Metallica, Iron Maiden, Guns N Roses, Evanescence, Motörhead, Foo Fighters, Rage against The Machine, System of a Down and many more.

Dave Keary & Brian O’Connor – Dolans. 2 names that need no introduction in Limrock.

Miles Kane – Dolans

Wired FM presents – The Record Room


Munster Rugby V Connacht Rugby – Thomond Park Stadium

Jilly Morgan’s Birthday Party – Belltable

Frontline Stage School – Lime Tree Theatre. Performances from the students of Frontline Stage School, Caherdavin.

University of Limerick Orchestra Summer Proms – University Concert Hall. An evening of popular 20th century classics, featuring pieces famous from their use on stage and screen through the years. Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue; Gershwin: An American in Paris; Dvorak: American Suite.

Club 30+ – Dolans. An evening clubbing experience where the party wraps up in time for you to grab some food, get the bus home and put your feet up for Match of the Day.

girlfriend – Pharmacia. Their first Limerick show since their Halloween debut album release show in 2023

Aftershock – The Old Quarter

Jane Weaver

Jane Weaver – Dolans

Jim Elliot – Dolans Comedy

Mic Drop Comedy – The Record Room

Jack Brolly – The Record Room. Bangers all nite. Free in.

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


GODFLESH – Dolans. Bad Reputation presentation


Film: One Night in Millstreet – Belltable.  One Night in Millstreet is the story of Ireland in 1995, a snapshot of a country told through a high-stakes prize fight in Millstreet, Cork between the then-unknown underdog Steve ‘The Celtic Warrior ’Collins and the larger-than-life champion Chris ‘Simply The Best ’Eubank – an against-all-odds sporting event that gripped the entire nation.

Tango – The Record Room. Weekly classes


Lunchtime Concert – St. Mary’s Cathedral. Anabella Aparicio (soprano) and Joaquim Junior (tenor).


A Little Night Music – University Concert Hall. ICO Schools (formerly Sing Out With Strings) returns to University Concert Hall, Limerick to present its annual Gala Show. Students from Junior Infants to 6th Class celebrate their compositional, singing, and performance skills. Members of the Irish Chamber Orchestra will be joined by special guests, renowned rock-guitarist Dave Keary, drummer John Daly, Cian Boylan on piano and the amazing rapper Hazey Haze. ICO’s Simon Thompson will narrate, whilst Kathrine Barnecutt, leads this wonderful showcase.

Dr. John Cooper Clarke – Dolans.  Godfather of Punk Poetry. “Evidently Chickentown” plays out the penultimate episode of The Sopranos.