The Limerick Lady podcast LIVE
Join podcasting duo The Limerick Lady at The Record Room in Limerick City on 24 November 2022 for an uplifting and illuminating celebration of the Decade of Centenaries. The Limerick Lady LIVE, hosted by Emma Langford and Ann Blake, and featuring expert guest, historian Sharon Slater, will explore the experiences and stories of a selection of historic LGBTQ+ women in Ireland between 1912 and 1923.
It’s not all talk though – we’ll also be treated to live performances from musical comedy duo The Wild Geeze and singer-songwriter Abe Soare. As well as taking place in front of a live audience, this event will be recorded for release in early 2023. Doors 8pm, with an 8.30pm kick-off. The show will run in two halves, about 40 minutes a side. Tickets are €5 on the door.
The Limerick Lady is a grassroots movement based in Limerick, Ireland, with a focus on promoting conversation around gender, visibility, gender balance and the arts. The Limerick Lady was founded in 2016 by award-winning (and losing) singer-songwriter Emma Langford, who hosts the podcast alongside fellow award-winning (and losing) Limerick woman, theatre-maker and musician Ann Blake. Find the Limerick Lady Podcast on all your favourite streaming platforms. New episodes drop once a month, on the third Thursday (or Thirdsday, if you will).
The Limerick Lady is sponsored by Ormston House and supported by The Limerick Post Newspaper. This event is kindly supported by Limerick Council. Image: Ann Blake and Emma Langford, photo by Caleb Purcell.