Interview: James Lennon

The people of Limerick owe a lot to James Lennon as the innovator of Limerick’s beloved Smyths Bar and Icon Nightclub. Having been with the company since day one back in 2001, James definitely knows

Artist Profile

Tamlyn Young Tamlyn Young is an illustrator and multimedia artist who works across a selection of visual media including drawing, animation, time-lapse video, and interactive digital books. With a Masters Degree in Illustration at Stellenbosch University

This is 40

Well actually it’s 42! 40 is an age many of us start evaluating our lives. Where we’ve been, what we’ve done, what lies ahead? Amongst many there is a feeling deep inside, a general acceptance

The Limerick Magazine Travel

Hotel Tugu Bali Renowned as the most romantic place on the island and as a sampling of paradise on earth, Hotel Tugu Bali is nestled on the pristine, wave-sung sunset beach of Canggu, surrounded by the

Author Interview Gerard Fitzgibbon

History books seem to be popping up in bookshops left, right and centre this year with the anniversary of the 1916 Rising quickly approaching. However, this Limerick writer has decided to publish something a little

A New Course for the Nation

Mary Immaculate College introduces a BA in Contemporary & Applied Theatre Studies What does the programme title mean, and what does it entail? The programme is a general-purpose drama qualification, for want of a better term. This

Business: Colm O’Brien

The definition of success? Finding what we value most Colm O’Brien is known to many in Limerick and the broader business community as the founder of Carambola Kidz, a business success story that came off the

Limerick film festival

The highly anticipated Limerick Film Festival returns for its seventh year this April. The LIT-founded three day event is set to be huge, with an exciting display of Irish filmmaking talent. Since the festival was

Media Profile: Brand New Retro

Brand New Retro founder, Brian “Doug” McMahon, has found a way to immortalise the best of Irish pop culture in print media. For the past five years, Brand New Retro has been the online home