The Importance of Being Myles Breen Myles Breen is a Limerick legend! I first met him at UCC in 1984 when we were engaged in postgraduate studies in Education. We both auditioned for a part in a UCC Dramatic Society play by Samuel Beckett. Myles got a minor part and the role I auditioned for […]
In this recording Tom O’Donnell features the College Players
THE COMPOSER behind Angela’s Ashes: A Musical said he hopes they can “do justice” to the memory of Frank McCourt and his Pulitzer Prize winning memoir, writes Anne Sheridan. Adam Howell, who composed the music and lyrics for the show, said the cast of 22 are “nervous and excited” ahead of its first Irish showing […]
Hundreds of people have once again gathered in Limerick for the 29th Kate O’Brien weekend. The life of one of the most famous Limerick writers was marked through a series of lectures and events, at three notable city venues, the Limerick Courthouse, the Daghda Dance Hall, and the Lime Tree Theatre at Mary Immaculate College.
This is the story of how a small Theatre transformed the cultural life of an Irish city. Theatres possess a special atmosphere that actors and performers recognised instantly. At rehersals, they clued into the spirits of the Hall, picking up on vibes and whispers of the past. Theatre deals with imagination; calling for what S.T. […]
Weekending Mon 4th Oct – Sun 10th Oct Film: Tues 5th Oct @ 8pm. Ireland / 2009 / 80mins. AWARD WINNING FILM HIS & HERS Directed by Ken Wardrop. Rarely have the odd and the ordinary combined to such beguiling effect. Winner of a small hatfull of prizes over the last year, Ken Wardrop’s debut […]