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Lumen Street Theatre will undertake a 6-week production residency as Artists-in-Residence at Ormston House in preparation for Samhain next month. Join us on Monday 30 September at 6pm when Councillor Elisa O’Donovan will launch the programme for this year’s festival which will include fire performance, a Death Café by Jennifer Moran Stritch, talks based on the philosophy behind Pagan Rave by Billy Mag Fhloinn, traditional stories by Eddie Lenihan and an evening plunge into the cool waters of our city’s River Shannon with SwimAble Limerick. The festival will culminate in a parade of light in the medieval quarter of the city with lanterns made by Limerick youth communities such as St. Mary’s National School, St. Michael’s National School, Limerick School Project, and The Learning Hub.

You can read more about this year’s festival on I Love Limerick here and about Lumen Street Theatre here. Photograph by Deirdre Power.

Our Artists-in-Residence Scheme is part of the R&R Programme. Lumen Street Theatre was selected via an open call through our free Membership Scheme.

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