Best selling author Patricia Scanlan and Irish Ambassador to the USA Dan Mulhall lead the line up of guest speakers at this year’s Eigse Michael Hartnett festival which opens in Newcastle West, Co Limerick this coming Thursday, 30 September.
Limerick welcomes the annual access awareness day which is #MakeWayDay21.
Tomorrow, 24 September sees the return of the Make Way Day campaign where access issues are highlighted in Limerick and across the country.
The Mayor of the city and county of Limerick, Cllr Daniel Butler, has welcomed the announcement this morning that global superstar Ed Sheeran will perform at Thomond Park Stadium on Thursday 5th May 2022.
The Land Development Agency (LDA) has today launched a public consultation on plans for a major urban development and rejuvenation project in the heart of Limerick City. The Colbert Station Quarter project will transform this part of Limerick city, incorporating new urban districts to be developed over time delivering potentially 2,800 homes in addition to commercial space, public spaces alongside sustainable transport options.
The Mayor of Limerick city and county has paid tribute to the late artist, Thomas Ryan, RHA who has died.
Thomas Ryan was born in St. Joseph’s Street, Limerick in 1929 and grew up in Davis Street in the city. He was educated in the Limerick School of Art and what is now the National College of Art and Design in Dublin.
The Mayor of the city and county of Limerick, Cllr Daniel Butler, has welcomed the announcement this morning by Legato Heath Technologies (Legato) that it plans to establish an R&D hub at the National Technology Park in Limerick.
Sand Mandala representing the ancient walled town of Limerick celebrates Limerick’s medieval marine heritage
A traditional sand mandala representing the ancient walled town of Limerick was skilfully put together and then ritually destroyed on completion as part of a local legacy project celebrating Limerick’s medieval marine heritage at St Mary’s Cathedral.
Limerick will play host to a wealth of both local and international musicians for the tenth annual Limerick Jazz Festival, which runs for the week of September 20th-26th, 2021. Bands from Switzerland, Chile and Scotland will play live during the festival along with local musical stars and will feature a mix of online and live events. All live events will feature allocated seating and other public health measures.
Due to the success of the recent Breathe & Stretch classes, Healthy Limerick has announced it will continue its series of free yoga classes in the People’s Park.
Five free classes will take place in the park as part of the Breath & Stretch series which starts on Tuesday 28th September at 12 noon.
Female entrepreneurs and budding businesswomen from across Limerick are being encouraged to look to the future and register for this year’s National Women’s Enterprise Day after the line up for the event was announced.
The Local Enterprise Office (LEO) initiative, now in its 15th year, will be hosted by founder and broadcaster Aine Kerr.
Limerick Libraries are delighted to announce the launch of Limerick Reads - What's the Story, a new initiative to highlight reading as an endless source of enjoyment and comfort and to celebrate some of the amazing authors in our midst.
Culture Night 2021 will take place this year on Friday 17th September, and artists and cultural organisations across Limerick have announced a stellar line up of events and activities!
Limerick City and County Council Arts Office is delighted to be able to present a programme of events, taking place both live and digitally to showcase the wealth of culture that Limerick has to offer.