Ireland’s top craft breweries gather in Doolin

Ireland’s top craft beer breweries and bluegrass and roots musicians participated in the 2015 Doolin Craft Beer & Roots Festival at the weekend. The largest event of its kind outside of Dublin was hosted on the grounds of Hotel Doolin in County Clare. Featuring pub music sessions and stalls hosting food produce from throughout the […]

Myers to address Limerick’s contribution during World War One

Kevin Myers will be in Limerick next Thursday (August 27th) to speak about Limerick’s contribution during World War 1. The free Heritage Week event, which is hosted by Limerick Museum and Archives at St Mary’s Cathedral, will see the journalist focus on 1915 in particular when Limerick suffered its worst casualty rate. Myers has spent […]

The Irish Sound, Science and Technology Convocation (ISSTC) strikes a chord with art

The Irish Sound, Science and Technology Convocation (ISSTC) is a body for collaboration, experimentation and presentation of Sound Art. This year they have returned to Limerick for the first time in four years to present talks, concerts, and exhibitions for two days, August 12 and 13. The event as a whole is called Resonance and […]

Intimate: Unplugged with Jared Nadin Stormy Sessions

To enter the Stormy Teacup is to be transported. To where, I’m not so sure. Perhaps Paris in the 20s, New York in the ‘50s, or simply Limerick: 2015. Diffused over fairy lights, amber lamps and multicoloured tea, perched on a stool in the middle of a make-shift stage, sits Jared Nadin. Here he strums, […]

Ham radio users to tune into the Wild Atlantic Way

Loop Head Lighthouse’s status as a Signature Discovery Point on the Wild Atlantic Way and  as one of the Great Lighthouses of Ireland will be promoted over the airwaves throughout the world next week. A group of amateur ham radio operators are making their annual pilgrimage to the West Clare lighthouse where they will communicate […]