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Dolans International Women’s Day Celebration to feature five fantastic female artists



Dolans International Women’s Day event with performances from Emma Langford, JaYne, Annie Cheevers, Lúila, and Jennifer McMahon.

March 8th will see five fantastic female artists grace the stage in Dolans with a celebration through song for International Women’s Day

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Dolans International Women’s Day Celebration to feature five fantastic female artists

The night will take the shape of a ‘songwriters in the round’ gig with artists sharing a collection of original songs & choice on-theme covers.

Showcasing some of Limerick’s finest talent with performances from; Emma Langford, JaYne, Annie Cheevers, Lúila, and a visiting artist from Dublin, Irish Women in Jazz founder, Jennifer McMahon.

Emma Langford, the globe-trotting and award-winning folk artist will perform on the evening following a highly successful 2023 which saw the release of “Abigail (Tomhas Ghobnatan)” in time for International Women’s Day 2023.




Along with Emma Langford, JaYne will bring her captivating soulful music to the Dolan’s stage having also had an incredible 2023 when she delivered a standout performance at Electric Picnic with the release of her critically claimed album “Pass the Test”.

Boston, Massachusetts native, Annie Cheevers will perform her Indie Folk to the evening having recently finished her MFA at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at UL Annie is living in Limerick while growing her music career.

Lúila has taken her stage dancing and fire performing from stages in Ibiza, the rubberbandits, campaign LK among others and has returned to Limerick after a successful music journey through Canada.

Jennifer McMahon, visiting from Dublin, deals with personal and collective themes of love, loss, belonging, sensuality, and compassion. The founder of Irish Women in Jazz, Jenifer will cap off a lineup of incredible performers on the evening.

The night will include a display of female-centric visual art from local artists with
hand-cut collage artist, Tiffany Glenn as art curator for the night. Tiffany is living and working in Limerick and makes art under the moniker Fannyland. Her work is a superficially playful cultural critique, which focuses on gender, identity, and experience.

Doors at 8pm, tickets 13.50e available on Dolans Website
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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.