Belltable is Limerick’s premier city centre venue. Established in 1989, it is the oldest regional arts centre in Ireland. In April 2016, the venue was relaunched under the management of Lime Tree Theatre. The Lime Tree Theatre runs two venues – Lime Tree Theatre on the campus of Mary Immaculate College and Belltable, at 69 O’Connell Street. The Lime Tree Theatre and Belltable are supported by the Arts Council, Limerick Arts Office, Limerick City and County Council and Mary Immaculate College.
Belltable, 69 O’Connell Street, Limerick V94 FK0H
Starting at the Brown Thomas store, continue walking straight up O’Connell St. After the Mallow St junction, Belltable is on the left-hand side of the road, in the middle of the block.
From the bus stop on Sarsfield Street, take the 304 as far as the O’Connell Monument, O’Connell St. Continue back towards the city centre, Belltable is on the right-hand side of the road, in the middle of the block.
As an organisation we are consciously promoting a greener way of living. As we are situated in city centre we want to encourage patrons to walk where possible.
For those who can’t walk and need to drive we only have on street parking.
Both the Lime Tree Theatre and Belltable are fully accessible. If you wish to avail of any of the following facilities and make a booking for any of our shows, please contact our Box Office staff on (061) 953400.
Wheelchair spaces: can only be booked by calling the box office, they cannot be booked online. We strongly advise that, should you require a wheelchair space, you should book as early as possible.
Accessible Toilets: Belltable has one accessible toilet in the main foyer area next to the bar.
Guide/Assistance Dogs are welcome in both our venues.
Baby Changing Facilities: We have baby changing facilities in the accessible toilets in Belltable.
Open Captions: We will be providing open captioning for the 5pm IFI@Belltable screenings every Monday, where possible. Open Captioned (OC) symbols on screenings on the Lime Tree Theatre website and printed programme will denote what films will have this capability. IFI cannot control what films are available with open captions but will always offer this capability when it is available from the distributor.