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Miss Flatuelata, Aisling N' Cheallaigh and The Snow Queen, Kat Cooley of Fidget Feet performance troupe to announce details of the Limerick Winter Carnival taking place in city venues on Saturday December 27th

Miss Flatuelata, Aisling N' Cheallaigh and The Snow Queen, Kat Cooley of Fidget Feet performance troupe to announce details of the Limerick Winter Carnival taking place in city venues on Saturday December 27th

Miss Flatuelata, Aisling N' Cheallaigh and The Snow Queen, Kat Cooley of Fidget Feet performance troupe to announce details of the Limerick Winter Carnival taking place in city venues on Saturday December 27th

IT has been the cultural capital of the country for 2014, and Limerick is planning on "wrapping up" its reign in style.

The city will play host to an extravagant 'Winter Carnival' on December 27, and the family-friendly festival will include an evening concert with the RTE Concert Orchestra and Micheal O Suilleabhain, as well as street performances, dance, music and sing-a-long screenings of Disney's 'Frozen'.

Mike Fitzpatrick, director of Limerick City of Culture, said that culture has now become a part of the city's "DNA". He urged: "Walk, dance or sing off that Christmas dinner and enjoy Limerick festivities at their best. It's goodbye to Limerick City of Culture as we sign off this year and looking forward to our journey towards European Capital of Culture 2020."

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