Dat’s Limerick Citaay | The Creative Show 2019
Limerick Youth Theatre presents
Dat’s Limerick Citaay
Written by Marie Boylan and Myles Breen | Directed by Myles Breen
Lime Tree Theatre | Thu 14th & Fri 15th March | 8pm | €12/€10
This year’s Creative Show D’ats Limerick Citaay follows a bride and groom on their wedding day. She’s the bride from hell and he is double booked to referee the Munster v Leinster match and marry his bridezilla. Some of Limerick’s well-known faces save the day, Celia Holman Lee finds a new dress after a dove disaster and Willie O’Dea steps in as best man. In the meantime, a rugby match is played.
This collaboration is in its ninth year, LYT members, service users, choir, dancers and musicians rehearse together over the course of three months culminating in over one hundred fifty participants, performing over the course of two evenings at The Lime Tree Theatre.
The Daughters of Charity (DOC) Service Limerick was the first to establish day services in Limerick City for adults with intellectual disabilities. The goal of each centre and in keeping with HSE New Directions is through a person centred approach aid in supporting the holistic development of each individual. The over-all aim of this collaboration is to develop sustainable networks and build links in the service user’s local community. The first strand of this collaboration was achieved by introducing service users to LYT members and creating an environment that nurtured inclusion through a rich tradition of theatre and its contemporary practices. The second strand was establishing a culture of working in tandem with like-minded people from all backgrounds, crossing social and cultural divides, sharing ideas, and build friendships.
Limerick Youth Theatre (LYT) is a company of young performers, dancers, writers, designers, directors, producers and film-makers, located in Limerick. LYT was set up in 1997 with a vision of providing a unique opportunity for young people from all backgrounds to cross social/cultural divides through youth drama experiences. It runs a two-year training course in theatre and performing arts.
Lumen Street Theatre Company was established in 2016 to bring street spectacle to Limerick city. Its aim is to engage with the community and public through workshops; performances and the creation of street theatre by working closing with existing ensembles, arts organisations and community groups.
Ardscoil Rís A holistic education is the core principle of life in Ardscoil Rís where the highest of academic expectations are balanced with a broad co- and extra-curricular programme for our students. As befits a Christian Brothers’ school, under the trusteeship of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust (ERST), a strong Christian ethos is central to life here in Ardscoil Rís. We strive to have the values of the Edmund Rice tradition fully realised in our students, as they journey towards independence and finding their place in society as fully-rounded young men.
Laurel Hill Coláiste FCJ, formerly known as Laurel Hill Convent, is an Irish Roman Catholic secondary school for girls, situated in Limerick. The aim of our school is to co-operate with parents in fostering the full and balanced development of the girls entrusted to our care so that each one may realise and bring to fulfilment her own special talents and unique personality.
- Please note all ticket prices include a booking charge.
- No exchanges or refunds.
- Wheelchair spaces can only be booked over the phone. Please call our box office on (061) 953400 if you wish to book a wheelchair space.
- No late comers admitted to the theatre once show commences.
- Limited parking available for patrons, please arrive early. Disability and bus parking on campus.
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|Thu 14 Mar|
|Fri 15 Mar|