Teenagers across Limerick are invited to take part in the local qualifiers of the Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMAs) at Limerick Youth Service’s Lava Javas Youth Café, Lwr Glentworth St, Limerick City on Friday, February 9th (4:30–8pm).
Limerick Youth Service and Music Generation are teaming up to offer an exciting opportunity for young people (12-17yrs) across Limerick this July.
Staring on Tuesday, July 4th, the three day workshop will introduce young people to all aspects of the music industry including song writing and playing instruments.
Talented local band Elenay were honoured at Youth Work Ireland’s recent Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMAs) held at Croke Park, Dublin.
The group, which is made up Clonlara natives, Liam Byrd and Aaron Maloney, won the Best Graphic Design award at the prestigious event which supports teenage musical talent across Ireland.
Young people from across Limerick descended on the University Concert Hall on Friday last, as the best of Limerick’s talented teens took the stage for Limerick Youth Service’s annual variety show, Youth Factor!
The event, which continues to grow in popularity, saw over twenty acts bravely take part four categories: dance, performance, song & music and showcase their talent in front
Young people across Limerick are invited to take part in the regional qualifiers of the Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMAs) at Limerick Youth Service’s Lava Javas Youth Café on Saturday, February 18th (4-7pm).
Limerick Youth Service will kick off 2017 in spectacular fashion with our annual Youth Factor which will take place at University Concert Hall, Limerick on Friday, January 27th (7pm)
The Youth Factor, one of the most popular events in the youth work calendar, will see young people participate in the following categories: Dance, Song, Music and Performance with the dance, song and music will in
‘We can put €15m to better use’ were the opinions of young people who attended ‘Limerick Voices,’ a summer music and leadership programme at County Hall, Dooradoyle recently.
Addressing local councillors that included Deputy Mayor Seán Lynch, the teenagers gave examples of how they spend the funding which is earmarked for a proposed new footbridge on the River Shannon.
Young people from across Ireland, including Limerick, will descend on the Treaty City in the first weekend of July, as Limerick Youth Service hosts the national finals of Youth Work Ireland’s Youth Factor and Youth Games.
Limerick Youth Service and Music Generation are teaming up to offer an exciting opportunity for young people (14-18yrs) across Limerick this June and July.
Staring on Monday, June 13th at County Hall, Dooradoyle (opposite the Crescent Shopping Centre), the three day programme will introduce young people to all aspects of the music industry including song writing and playing instruments.
A talented group of young people from Cappamore who participated in an innovative dance programme with Limerick Youth Service received their Certificates of Achievement recently.