Celebrating Limerick Film at Urban Alley

first_imgNewsCelebrating Limerick Film at Urban AlleyBy Eric Fitzgerald – July 29, 2016 723 Facebook THE Urban Alley returns to Limerick this bank holiday weekend with a special feature on Limerick Film on Sunday 31. Presented by actor Kevin Kiely Jnr, screenings will include short films, music videos and Andrew Gallivan’s film ‘Muid Éire Nua’ which took the top prize at this year’s Limerick Film Festival.A scene from Muid Éire Nua starring Stephen SharpeMuid Éire Nua is inspired by the music of Stephen Sharpe, a Galway singer songwriter who sings candidly about his experiences of being gay in Ireland today. The screenings will happen in the outdoor cinema in the Urban Alley to the rear of The Red Hen and Phil Flannery’s Bar this Sunday from 3pm to 6pm.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Limerick Film screenings will be followed by DJ Eric Fitz and blues band The Makings.Saturday July 30 see the Flea Market return to the Urban Alley, music from DJ Tom Prendergast and the Urban House Band.All part of the Urban Alley Festival Weekend happening off Denmark Street at Phil Flannery’s and The Red Hen Bar. Email Previous articleSoccer – Limerick & Janesboro feature in FAI Senior Cup drawNext articleTV – Something for the Weekend – Live Sport Eric Fitzgeraldhttp://www.limerickpost.ieEric writes for the Entertainment Pages of Limerick Post Newspaper and edits the music blog www.musiclimerick.com where you can watch and listen to music happening in the city and beyond. Advertisementcenter_img Linkedin Print Twitter WhatsApplast_img

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