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February 2016 at Lime Tree Theatre February 2016 at Lime Tree Theatre


February 2016 at The Lime Tree Theatre



February 2016 at The Lime Tree Theatre and Belltable will host a jam packed programme for the Spring 2016 season. February kicks off with Fidget Feet Dance Company’s new children’s show Catch Me in the Lime Tree on Thursday Feb 4 at 7pm, tickets €8. The classic old story of Red Riding Hood is performed in a forest of 250 meters of circus rope, this is sure to capture the imagination of any child.

Gary Cooke & the Après Match team are an integral part of Ireland’s soccer coverage, their hilarious live show Apres Le Match will be our comedy highlight this February Fri 5, tickets €27 . We are very excited too that Pat Kinevane returns to Limerick with his three multi-award-winning plays to be performed in rep at the Belltable. All three plays are pretty special; Forgotten, Silent and Underneath, don’t miss this amazing opportunity right on your doorstep.

Eleanor Shanley’s live Forever Young show on Saturday Feb 13, is based on her most recent album with the same title. We are delighted Eleanor and her band will perform in the Lime Tree for the first time before jetting off to Canada on the next leg of her tour. Finally, our Valentine’s screening is the Oscar nominated film Brooklyn starring Saoirse Ronan – chocolates and a good film, a perfect date opportunity with a loved one, why not!

There are 2 tickets up for grabs for Eleanor Shanley at the Lime Tree Theatre Sat Feb 13 at 8pm. Eleanor Shanley & friends are currently in the middle of the first leg of her Forever Young tour in support of the recently released new album of the same name. Just answer this question: What is the name of Eleanor Shanley’s latest tour? Email your answers to [email protected] by 4pm on Thur, February 4. To be in with a chance to win tickets to Pat Kinevane’s first performance of the week, Forgotten Thursday, Feb 11 8pm at the Belltable. Just answer this question: What other two plays will Pat perform in the same week? Email your answers to [email protected] by 4pm on Thursday, February 4. 




Bold as Brass Workshops, Interactive Music Sessions 90 minutes duration, including an introduction to the world of Brass and other instruments, Rhythm Games, Singing, Rap Writing, Chime Bars and Percussion, all with the emphasis on Fun and Music Making! Taking place at The Lime Tree Theatre Saturday February 13, 20 and 27. Ages 8-10 years, no musical experience necessary and people can come to any one workshop or all three.

Check out what else is happening at The Lime Tree Theatre this February

Tuesday 2 @7pm: Working in Progress: Composers in Ireland 1742-2016

Saturday 6 @8pm: Dublin & Shannon Gospel Choir

Wed 10 – Fri 12: Catherine McAuleys The River of Time

Tue 16 @8pm: Songs of Ireland Commemorating the Rising of 1916

Thur 25 & Fri 26: Salesian College Pallasknery’s Beauty & the Beast

Sat 27 @8pm: Mary Black (Sold out)

Also take a look at whats happening at the Belltable

Wed 3 @8pm: My Skinny Sister

Wed 10 @8pm: Brooklynn

Thu 11 @8pm: Forgotten

Fri 12 @8pm: Silent

Sat 13 @8pm: Underneath

Tue 23: Fresh Film Festival Heat

Wed 24 @8pm: The Lesson

Thu 25 @8pm: Kaleidoscope Night

We have something for everyone, so we hope to see you here soon! For more information on all our events in both venues for cinema, music, theatre, Limerick’s Literary Festival and children’s workshops check out the Lime Tree website and the Belltable 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.