The Novel (part 4) Coincidence plays a part in the development of many stories. Use it with discretion, exercise as much judicious constraint as you would with the use of the salt and pepper condiments. The element of coincidence occurs in all our lives and most of us have had experience of it, […]
Limerick Writers’ Centre in association with Samhain Halloween Festival present A Samhain Themed Reading/Performance Fri 29th Oct 2021 7.00pm to 9.00pm Treaty Brewery, Nicholas St., Limerick Join our guest readers and musicians Stories and poems from – John Liddy and Mike MacDomhnaill Plus a special live recitation of the Bard of Thomond, Michael Hogan’s ‘Drunken Thady and the Bishop’s Lady’ […]
UL President ‘disappointed’ at omission of Limerick Northern Distributor Road from NDP Mon, 04 Oct 2021 University of Limerick President Professor Kerstin Mey has expressed disappointment at the omission of the Limerick Northern Distributor Road from the revised National Development Plan published by Government today. “While I very much welcome the ringfencing of […]
Kieran Beville – Proud Limerick-man and former teacher of English Literature – begins a three part series on Irish writers and notably Limerick authors, showcasing their immense contribution to Ireland’s rich literary heritage. It seems that every other person in Ireland is a writer or an aspiring writer. This is reflected in the […]
The O’Malleys and John Steele Album Launch FRIDAY 3 SEPTEMBER 2021 19:30 22:30MILK MARKET CORNMARKET ROW LIMERICK. The O’Malleys have been playing together for almost 40 years and the band boasts some of the best musicians Limerick has produced. The range of instruments and influences brought to the group by each individual member are credited as […]
Continuation is an exhibition bringing together new work by nine Limerick based artists who have formed connections through their practices over the course of two decades. The exhibition aims to honour Limerick’s history of group shows, from Sean Keating’s exhibitions in the 1930’s and spanning through generations of Limerick painters who trained at Limerick School […]
IT’S ALL-IRELAND FINAL weekend in the senior hurling championship. By Sunday evening, either Limerick or Cork will have their hands on Liam MacCarthy glory. With attendances of 40,000 to be allowed, it should be a good weekend of hurling all round. Who will win? We want to know your thoughts.