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first_img Previous articleOn This Day: Limerick outlast Clare in League quarter-final after free competitionNext articleLimerick Post Show | Limerick Land Search fundraiser Sarah Carrhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisement Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash ‘Abduction from On High – St. Patrick in the Sky’ – Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Theatre spectacle at King John’s Castle (Photographer Jym Daly).jpgTHOUSANDS of people from around the world logged on, tuned in and took part in this year’s Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival. A full programme of events was scheduled online at Limerick.ie/StPatricksFestival since Saturday 13 March, culminating in the headline event Wild Atlantic Edge – Music, Conversations and Songs from Limerick City last night (St. Patrick’s Day, 17 March).Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up  Sharon Shannon, Hermitage Green, MuRli, Mick Flannery, Emma Langford were just some of the performers who entertained us from Dolans, in what has been the most unusual Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival ever.Dolans and Limerick City and County Council presents Wild Atlantic Edge – Emma Langford Linkedin NewsCommunityLifestyleEntertainmentHeritageLimerickMusicThousands of people from around the world logged on, tuned in and took part in this year’s Limerick St. Patrick’s FestivalBy Sarah Carr – March 19, 2021 949 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads  Grammy Award winner Rhiannon Giddens took part in the Virtual St. Patrick’s Day Fling! from the University Concert Hall, as part of a concert from UL’s Irish World Academy of Music and Dance. Viewers were able to watch in wonder as high above the sky at King John’s Castle, Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Theatre performed their new show, specially commissioned for the Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival 2021, Abduction from On High – St. Patrick in the Sky.‘Abduction from On High – St. Patrick in the Sky’ – Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Theatre spectacle at King John’s Castle (Photographer Jym Daly).jpg The history of Limerick’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade was explored by Dr Matt Potter, Curator of Limerick Museum in Tuning into History, while the Best of Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival highlighted the fantastic sights and sounds that have entertained and enthralled spectators along Limerick’s O’Connell Street down through the years. Lumen Street Theatre, the Hunt Museum and Limerick Libraries kept the young people entertained with arts and crafts workshops and storytime all centred on St. Patrick.Saints and Snakes family workshops with Lumen Street Theatre The next generation of Limerick musicians showcased their talents thanks to Music Generation Limerick City and the Irish Chamber Orchestra’s Sláinte String Along. Many thousands of people would return to Limerick or visit us from abroad for the annual festival. While this was not possible this year, ‘A Limerick Toast from Abroad’ brought many messages from people with connections to Limerick right into our homes. While Destination Greening presented a slideshow of a selection of Limerick buildings that have ‘gone green’ as part of the Limerick City and County Council/ Fáilte Ireland initiative. King John’s Castle, Merchant’s Quay, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Hunt Museum, Askeaton Friary, Desmond Castle in Newcastle West, Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum, Friar’s Gate Theatre in Kilmallock, Glin Castle and Cappamore Library all feature. Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Cllr Michael Collins said: “This year’s Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival has been like no other one, but let’s hope many new joyful memories have been created while tuning in and taking part. The festival highlights the range of talented people in Limerick and I’m delighted that the Council could support them in what has been quite a difficult time for them.”“Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival is a highlight of the year for many and the range of programmes scheduled this year has kept our festival high up in people’s minds and acted as a taster for what people can expect when they visit Limerick in person next year.” Music lovers will have another chance to watch the headline event Wild Atlantic Edge – Music, Conversations and Songs from Limerick City this weekend when the concert will be broadcast again via Limerick.ie social media. Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival was programmed by Limerick City and County Council and supported by Fáilte Ireland. Media Sponsors were Limerick Leader, Limerick Post, Live 95 and Spin South West. You can still view the full festival line-up on Limerick.ie/StPatricksFestival. Share your memories and thoughts about the Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival 2021 across our social media channels. Facebook: Limerick St Patricks Festival Twitter: @LimerickStPats Instagram: @LimerickStPatricksFestival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Print TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostLimerick St Patrick’s Festival Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Email WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limericklast_img read more

Two men being questioned over Paul McCauley murder

first_img WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Homepage BannerNews Two men being questioned over Paul McCauley murder Detectives from Serious Crime Branch investigating the murder of Paul McCauley in Derry in 2006 are questioning two men in the city. The suspects, aged 27 and 28, had been arrested last year and were released on police bail but are now being further interviewed at Strand Road police station.Applications for warrants of further detention in respect of both individuals were approved by a court today.Paul (38) died in June 2015 in a care facility almost nine years after an attack in July 2006.He was attending a summer BBQ at the rear of a house in Chapel Road on 15 July 2006. At 3.20am on 16 July, only three people remained at the BBQ.A number of individuals came out from the bushes and attacked Paul and two of his friends. After the assault the group made off in the direction of Irish Street.The officer leading the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Michael Harvey, said: “This investigative activity brings the number of detentions since Paul’s death last year to 16. One person has been charged with murder and another individual has been reported to the public prosecution service.“We said after Paul died that this investigation would take on a renewed momentum and this momentum is continuing. Detectives are available to speak with anyone who decides they want to talk to us. Even after almost 10 years, it is not too late to do the right thing and come forward. Anyone with information about the attack and its tragic outcome can speak to detectives on the non-emergency number 101.” Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+ Pinterest Pinterestcenter_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North By admin – April 6, 2016 Previous articleRuaille Buaille le Colm Feiritéar 05/04/16Next articleAnother European Youth mark for O’Donnell admin Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Tituss Burgess Adaptation of Preacher’s Wife Aims for B’way

first_img View Comments Tituss Burgess(Photo: Bruce Glikas) We’ll drink a glass of pinot noir to this! The Preacher’s Wife, with music and lyrics by Broadway vet Tituss Burgess, is heading to the stage. Directed by Stafford Arima, with a book by Daniel Beaty, the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star has gained the rights to the 1996 film, which was headlined by Denzel Washington and Whitney Houston.The Preacher’s Wife is the story of one woman (Julia’s) journey to find her voice and strengthen her husband (the Preacher) and larger church community during a moment of financial crisis and emotional overwhelm. In a fast-gentrifying Harlem when they’re at risk of losing their church and their hope, an Angel appears and reminds them that a church is not a building, but the people who inhabit it and the love they share.An industry presentation, starring Chester Gregory, Ledisi and Loretta Devine, will be held in the Big Apple on September 12. No word yet on when the work will make its public premiere.last_img read more

‘I’d keep Suarez’ – Ferdinand

first_img Press Association Former England captain Rio Ferdinand would keep Luis Suarez at Liverpool if he were Reds boss Brendan Rodgers. Suarez’s defence against a charge of biting an opponent during Uruguay’s World Cup Group D match against Italy was that he lost his balance and hit his face on defender Giorgio Chiellini’s shoulder. The 27-year-old striker was subsequently handed a four-month ban from all football, plus nine international matches and a 100,000 Swiss francs fine (approximately £65,000), after FIFA’s seven-man disciplinary panel dismissed his arguments. center_img Ferdinand said in his column in the Daily Mail: “If I were the Liverpool manager there wouldn’t be a moment’s doubt about what to do next with Luis Suarez. I’d keep him. Leave aside, just for a moment, questions of morality or whether his ban is long enough and what is going on is his head to make him do these extraordinarily bad things. “Purely and simply from a football perspective, what he does for you on the pitch – and I don’t mean biting people – makes him indispensable. And with the season Liverpool have ahead of them, that’s truer than ever. “They had a brilliant 2013/14, pushing for the title when many people thought they might struggle to get into the top four. Although they didn’t win it, they were superb, with Suarez the single most significant reason for that.” However, Ferdinand would view Suarez differently if he were Liverpool’s chief executive. “If I were the chief executive or the money man at Liverpool, I’d have him up for sale already,” the former West Ham and Manchester United defender said. “The issue is one of risk and what might happen in the future given a pattern of behaviour. Keeping Suarez may potentially cost Liverpool tens of millions of pounds. Perhaps £70million or more.” FIFA was formally informed of the Uruguay FA’s intention to appeal against the sanctions on Suarez on Saturday. last_img read more