Thursday, October 30, 2014
A tribute to composer Seán Ó Riada by musicians Micheál Ó Suilleabháin and Mel Mercier and Druid Theatre’s latest Tom Murphy productions are among hig(...)
The end of the summer signals the start of the property season and estate agent DNG is kicking off with an auction on September 24th when it puts 1(...)
Bill Whelan – An Chistín; Riverdance Symphonic Suite; Linen and Lace; Inishlacken.
In the 1980s, Limerick-man Bill Whelan was(...)
Sweating and cursing, I slump to the floor and stare longingly at my handbag, which I know contains a bottle of ice-cold water and a bar of chocola(...)
Twenty years ago today, in the course of a seemingly ordinary Eurovision Song Contest, a troupe of Irish dancers flashed across the stage of what was (...)
Fernhurst, on Orwell Park, is a very fine Victorian detached house with intricate exterior brick and sandstone detailing.
A landmark Monterey p(...)
In the world of classical music, contemporary music has a bad name. The undesirable reputation attaches itself to new music, too, just as it did in(...)
The Government’s inaugural city of culture initiative is no stranger to controversy and confirmation yesterday that three key organisers have jumped s(...)
‘Urban, edgy and contemporary” are the aims of the €6 million programme for Limerick’s reign as the first national City of Culture.The year-long progr(...)
Air The air, or slow air, is a piece of traditional music that is generally not set in a given time signature and is without a regular sense of metre.(...)
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