What’s On this Week – Fast Fashion vs the Future, Jimmy Carr, Robert Grace, Sean O’Meara, Opera Trail & Wolves In The Throne Room

Jimmy Carr and his brand new show ‘Gagging Order’ comes to the University Concert Hall on Saturday November 23.


National Hunt Racing – Limerick Racecourse, Patrickswell

Chicken – Belltable. FUTURE LIMERICK, Climate Arts Festival 2024: Award winning play by Eva O’Connor and Hildegard Ryan. Winner of Filipa Bragança award.

Fast Fashion vs the Future – Belltable. Hosted by PJ Kirby of smash-hit podcast I’m Grand Mam, this panel discussion brings together movers and shakers in the world of fashion and sustainability to discuss ethical clothing, consumption, and the future of fast fashion.

Comedy: Mike Rice – Dolans. Dark, wild and silly comedy. Co-host of Mike & Vittorio’s Guide to Parenting with Vittorio Angelone 

Fangclub – Dolans  Fangclub, have made a welcomed return after unveiling their single, ‘Attention’ in March.

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Discover the Biodiversity – Griston Bog, Kilfinane. A free public walk and talk at Griston Bog, in collaboration with Ballyhoura and the Irish Peatland Conservation Council


Chicken – Belltable. FUTURE LIMERICK, Climate Arts Festival 2024: Award winning play by Eva O’Connor and Hildegard Ryan. Winner of Filipa Bragança award.

Million Days – The Old Quarter 

Jimmy Carr: Laughs Funny – University Concert Hall. 90 minutes of fast-paced, edgy one-liners and solid jokes, no interval. 

Digital, A Tribute To Joy Divsion – Dolans

Jack L – Dolans

Robert Grace – Dolans. Singer-songwriter and TikTok star Robert Grace recently released ‘Nice Guys Finish Last’ via Arista Records and Sony Music Germany.

Sean O’Meara – The Record Room Full band show – Seán has an unbelievably impressive CV (played in 20 countries across 5 continents and has made several television appearances in Ireland, UK and the US) and is one of the most proficient musicians this city has to offer.

The Personal Vanity Project – Pharmacia. Limerick post-rock showgaze band will release their debut album with support from Silicon Bog


Playwriting Workshop – Belltable. Learn to craft your own climate play with expertise from an established Irish theatre maker. Explore the art of playwriting with dramaturg Gavin Kostick from Fishamble: The New Play Company.

Sweet Freedom – The Old Quarter 

Opera Trail – Historical Walk. Starting point will be at Merchants Quay. Local historian Sharon Slater leads an entertaining and informative walk around Limerick city showing places of interest with an operatic theme. 11am.

The Catherine Hayes Tribute Concert – St. Mary’s Cathedral. The arias and classical songs performed by Catherine Hayes during her career as the Hibernian Madonna. 

The Good People – Belltable. Future Limerick ’24: A rehearsed reading – this is a work-in progress play by Niall Carmody.

The Fame Factory – University Concert Hall. ‘Our Matilda’ The students of The Fame Factory will take you on Matilda’s journey showcasing their talents with a mix of dance routines.

Medieval May Fair City Wall, – Johnsgate. Family fun, history, talk.

David Kitt – Steamboat Music Store. Live instore performance at 5pm

Comedy: Owen Colgan – Dolans  Futuristic Farmer is an introspective look inside the mind of a man that has matured beyond his wildest dreams

Cardinals – Dolans

Concert with The Rolling Tones Rock Choir – Castleconnell Parish Hall. The Rolling Tones Rock Choir welcome Thistle Do Nicely Choir, from Edinburgh to join them in a ‘Celebration of Pop & Rock Classics’ The proceeds from this concert will be donated to the ongoing improvements to Castleconnell Parish Hall – a fantastic local facility.

Pride Dance Project – Dance Limerick. Contemporary dance project for all LGBTQIA+ identifying people who wish to move their body, chat and meet new friends while learning something new.

Arts & Crafts for Children – Watch House Cross Library

Drink & Draw: Van Gogh Sunflowers – The Wickham. No experience is necessary to take part.

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


The Fame Factory – University Concert Hall

Africa Day 2024 – Limerick Milk Market. Cultural / Multicultural Dance, Afro Beats, Fashion Show, Kiddies Corner

SHC Limerick v Waterford – TUS Gaelic Grounds

One Day in May All Ages Music Festival – Dolans. Music Generation Limerick: Over 40 artists performing across 3 stages. The line-up incorporates a wide cross-section of talent, including many of Limerick’s most celebrated songwriters- Emma Langford, Steve ón ‘dings, Sean O’Meara, Hazey Haze, Abe Soare, JaYne, Annie Cheevers, David Blake and the freshest bands – Dylan Flynn and the Dead Poets, 50 ft Woman, Praelium, Vacuity… – and two ground-breaking new projects being unveiled for the first time – ‘Maker’ and ‘the Kaostra’.

The Major Dudes – The Commercial. Quality musicians armed with their repertoire of earworms from yesteryear and stone cold classics.


Film: That They May Face the Rising Sun – Belltable.  IFI@Belltable – An adaption of John McGahern’s novel, a lyrical celebration of the everyday.

Eugene Ruffolo – Parnell Plaza. New York based singer / songwriter


Wolves In The Throne Room – Dolans. US Black Metal masters  create melancholic atmospheres that are an ode to rain storms, wood smoke and the wild energies of the Pacific Northwest.


The Ballybruff Trilogy – Belltable. The Ballybruff Trilogy from Opera Workshop is three short operas in one featuring The Proposal, Parochial House, and the original short opera which started it all, Bloody Murder. 

The Drifters – University Concert Hall. Featuring all the classic hits such as ‘Saturday Night at the Movies’, ‘You’re ‘More Than A Number,’ ‘Come on Over to My Place’, ‘Up On The Roof,’ ‘Under the Boardwalk’, ‘Kissin’ In The Back Row’, ‘Save The Last Dance For Me’ and many more.

The Staves – Dolans