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Limerick Lady presents a night of music and storytelling at Chez Le Fab

Limerick Lady presents a night of music and storytelling

By ilovelimerick correspondent Frances Watkins

The Limerick Lady presents a very special night of music and story-telling in the intimate setting of Chez Le Fab Art Café, overlooking the Shannon river in the heart of Limerick City Centre. 

On the 14th of September, the Limerick Lady presents a very special night of music and story-telling in the intimate setting of Chez Le Fab Art Café, overlooking the Shannon river in the heart of Limerick City Centre. 

Fresh off the back of a European album-launch tour, Chez Le Fab are looking forward to welcoming sensational Galway-born singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tracy Bruen to the Treaty City for a full band gig.

In a slight change to the line-up, the Limerick Lady presents Sive! This will be a Limerick debut for Sive who hails from Kildare. Just this year she released her debut album. She has received radio play on RTÉ Radio1 and has played a much-coveted slot at Dingle’s Other Voices. 

Young, up-and-coming vocalist and last year’s winner of Limerick’s Got Talent, Orla Smith from Limerick opens the night with a selection of popular standards from musical theatre. 

The Limerick Lady is a grassroots movement in Limerick city with a focus on shining a spotlight on female performing artists. The aim of the movement is to boost female visibility, encourage gender parity across the board, and encourage young women to embark on careers in typically male-dominated industries.

This is a ticketed event. Tickets are priced at €5 available and are available here.

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The pecial night of music and storytelling at Chez Le Fab Art Café on Thursday September 14th from 8-10pm.

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