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Out of Place, a documentary about Limerick’s music scene featuring Denise Chaila, Post Punk Podge & more is touring Ireland

Out of Place, a documentary about Limerick’s music scene featuring Denise Chaila, Post Punk Podge & more is touring Ireland

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Féile na Gréine festival’s Out Of Place is a documentary about the Limerick music scene that was nominated for Best Documentary at the Irish Film Festival London last November.

The documentary is getting film screenings in Cork, Dublin, Dundalk, Belfast and Sligo in the coming weeks.

Out of Place is a meditation on the role music plays in building community, exploring the tensions that emerge when musicians struggle to carve out a space for themselves in their city. Featuring performances from Denise Chaila, God Knows, Hey Rusty, His Father’s Voice, MuRli, and Post Punk Podge & the Technohippies, the film is an intimate portrayal of a local music scene, capturing the incredible diversity of cultural activity happening in Limerick City.

Watch the trailer:

The screening dates are:
27th Jan – Belltable, Limerick (Irish Premiere)
4th Feb – Triskel, Cork
16th Feb – A4 Sounds, Dublin
17th Feb – Spirit Store, Dundalk
18th Feb – Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast
24th Feb – Pálás, Galway
25th Feb – The Model, Sligo

Tickets are available here.

“It’s really important for us to bring this film to music communities across the country. This film is told from our perspective in Limerick, but the issues we’re facing and the communities we’ve built up, are the same across Ireland.”

Director Graham Patterson

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About Féile na Gréine
Since it’s founding in 2018, Féile Na Gréine is a volunteer organisation that places a spotlight on music communities in Limerick City. Composed of musicians, designers, photographers, and other creative practitioners, Féile an Gréine began as a yearly music festival and continues to build a national reputation for championing Ireland’s emerging and experimental musical talent, while holding up Limerick City as a significant destination within Ireland’s cultural landscape.