Category Limerick City of Culture 2014

Salon du Chat menu at Hearsay Festival

I HEAR what you SAY

Wow what a festival! HearSay Audio festival was truly inspirational. Well done to Diarmuid, Mairead and all the team who created this magical event in the hills of Limerick. The Salon du Chat went really well, and was full of talkers and listeners who shared opinions and respected differences. It’s always interesting to see what […]

Winter hedgegrow along the road to Kilfinane


I took a trip out to Kilfinane this morning to take a look at the lovely library on the main street where Salon du Chat is taking place this Sunday from 11am – 12:30pm. Despite being up to her eyes getting ready for the HearSay Festival, Mairead from Grey Heron Media very kindly showed me […]

Logo for HearSay festival

HEAR SAY – Salon du Chat at a festival of Sound

HearSay is a free and unique festival of sound, story, sharing & surprises taking over the mountain village of Kilfinane, Ireland for three days & nights later this month. The festival includes talks, discussions, audio sessions, performances and SALON DU CHAT!    We have cooked up a compelling and delicious menu with sounds and ideas […]

Salon du Chat cookies


  The first batch of chocolate cookies for tomorrow’s Salon du Chat. I’ll try keep some for tomorrow…   Salon du Chat for kids Saturday 11th October from 12pm – 1pm in 69 O’Connell Street, Limerick. Tickets just €3 from or 061 774774 or buy at the door

Salon du Chat for kids menus

Ooooohhhh nice menus!

  Just collected the menus for tomorrow’s Salon du Chat! Speak up Kids! Let your voice be heard tomorrow at 69 O’Connell Street from 12pm – 1pm!

Dancing Robot Salon du Chat


I love this dancing robot. Thanks Kevin and Piquant for making Chatterbot come to life! If you haven’t booked your kids into Salon du Chat yet then give the Lime Tree a call on 061 774 774 or book online at Salon du Chat for kids aged 10 – 13 in 69 O’Connell Street, Limerick […]

Salon du Chat for kids Limerick post article


Lovely to see this come through the door this morning! The Limerick Post delivery guys must get up very early, it’s appreciated – thanks!