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Delighted that the Limerick Writers’ Centre was the recipient of an award in the Arts Culture and Heritage category at the PPN 1st Annual Community and Voluntary Awards. Pictured: Sheila Sugrue, Dominic Taylor, Fiona Clark Echlin and Marian Cody.
Main Street, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick
Keeping My Ghosts Alive is a memoir written by the late Laura Bond and annotated by her husband John Bond. The launch takes place Saturday 21st Oct 7.30pm Charcos Restaurant, Castleconnell, Co Limerick.
It will be launched by poet and writer John Liddy.
Being a good writer is to discipline your own talent. A REFLECTION ON NATURAL TALENT BY HANS TUZZI “There is no writer without talent.” This is what Hans Tuzzi, an Italian writer and critic, affirms in his latest book How to write a crime novel…or any other novel. His essay is not a series of […]
The Acoustic Club at Charlie Malone’s Bar, Limerick Open-Mic Tues 17th Oct 2017 at 9.00pm sharp! Present – Aoife McMahon – singer/songwriter Aoife McMahon began her path in music in her teens with guitar and piano lessons. She only began to perform publicly in Bourkes Bar in 2010 and then progressed to playing occasionally at the open […]
Arthur's Park, Limerick
Tel 087 2996409
This month our guests are writers Mary Coll and Michael Farry.
Poetry, prose and performance with always new guest readers, followed by an open mic
POETRY – FICTION – STORYTELLING – MUSIC
All those interested on creative writing are welcome to attend on the night.
Dock road, Limerick
Monica Spencer was the outright winner with a Limerick in the classic style, funny and bawdy!
Monica Spencer was the outright winner with a Limerick in the classic style, funny and bawdy! Monica will now spend the year as champion of the limerick, expect guest appearances on The Graham Norton Show, Late Late Show and Would You believe (it)! We’re planning for next year to make it bigger and better, so watch this space!
The winning Limerick was:
An erotic young woman named Sue
Came by Sarsfield, asleep, in Murroe
As he opened his eyes
She did straddle his thighs
Singing, Paddy, I’m glad you came to