Spent a lovely day in Dublin during the lockdown chatting for On Air with Frances Flannery

“People should consider returning to fundamental values because the best things in life are free” says Tony St. Ledger. As a creative director working with global international brands, he is a master communicator. He is also the guitarist with Dublin band Trouble Pilgrims. His natural aptitude for writing and imaginary has the ability to transform. Tony believes that we should aim to apply vision, attention to detail and awareness in dreaming our own creative destinies. Within a vacuum lockdown, he has written a song called I Like The Old Days but songwriting and music are just one of many dimensions to Tony. He is a someone who recommends retro-values like getting back to real things.
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‘Connecting nature, people and place to source simple solutions to complex problems’Bí URBAN opens in the heart of Stoneybatter

desireland has a new home in the heart of Stoneybatter, the hippest up and coming neighbourhood in Dublin. We are now making & selling the Bí THERAPY, our natural skincare range containing health inducing honeybee ingredients, in our own studio to support our indoor/outdoor educational activities: ‘Connecting nature, people and place to source simple solutions to complex problems’.

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Kaethe Burt O’Dea and Steve Averill. Tony St Ledger Photography

Equality for All Pollinators
3 Manor Street
D07 X054

Trouble Pilgrims new live show announced at The Bello Bar Friday Nov 6th.You can’t run away from trouble, there ain’t no place that far.

@TroublePilgrims @BelloBarDublin #lookingfortrouble #instantpolaroid Trouble Pilgrims @ The Bello Bar Fri, Nov 6th.
@TroublePilgrims @BelloBarDublin #lookingfortrouble #instantpolaroid Trouble Pilgrims @ The Bello Bar

Trouble Pilgrims new live show announced at The Bello Bar (Beneath The Lower Deck), Portobello on Friday, November 6th. Launching their new single “Instant Polaroid”. DJ Karl Tsigdinos will be on “The Decks”.

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Rip’n’Run Festival Of Basketball 2015 in association with Robinson’s and The Irish Daily Star a winning combination this summer.

Rip‘n’Run Festival of Basketball is a Fully Supervised Residential Basketball Camp in The Kings Hospital Palmerstown Dublin. This amazing summer of basketball and new friendships started right here! Both weeks for a second year in a row completely sold out! Rip’n’Run was founded in 1999 by three of Ireland’s best basketball coaches, Mark Ingle, Mark Scannell and Adrian Fulton. Rip’n’Run is a fully supervised Residential Camp at Kings Hospital College Dublin – 25 Acres of Parkland and facilities – Boys and Girls aged 11 and upwards.

Film, Photography, Website and Music created by Tony St Ledger.com

Rip’n’Run directors feel that there is a need for a camp to attract the good players at National, Regional,Club and School levels and to advance them to the next level. A lot of the drills and techniques used at Rip’n’Run you will not see at other camps. The skills will be taught in game related situations.

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No Off Switch at The Tavern. Andy Kershaw brings his show to Howth, Dublin on Saturday 6th June.

Andy Kershaw - Tony St Ledger Creative ServiceAndy Kershaw, DJ, Broadcaster, War Reporter, Roadie, Polymath etc. coming over to Howth on the afternoon of Saturday 6th June to perform the Irish debut of his two hour one man show based on his acclaimed autobiography ‘No Off Switch’. It’s going to be a unique experience with live music by Clashjamwallop and the entire gig will be professionally filmed on the day. The show is a late addition to The Howth Literary Festival but will be a bit livelier than the usual 20 min book recital!

‘Sensational… wildly hilarious. An amazing read. An amazing man. The !nest British broadcaster bar none.’ Stephen Fry

‘A gloriously cheeky bastard. Read this book. Untitled-1 1 A handbook for these times’ Pete Townshend

‘Andy Kershaw made me travel a little further than I normally do’ Michael Palin

‘This book is already a classic’ Fergal Keane

‘Passionate and furiously funny – Andy Kershaw is unfailingly fearless’ Dame Ann Leslie

`A national treasure and born again hero’ Daily Telegraph

‘Andy Kershaw, without you we wouldn’t know nothin’! Rock on.’ Joe Strummer (2001)

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Tickets HERE or at Venue on the day.

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Make Allen Recruitment work for you

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Allen Recruitment. We are a specialist Recruitment Agency founded in 1998, based in Dublin, London and Cork working with companies in the information technology sector, providing staff to fill both technical and non-technical jobs in Ireland and the UK.

Our permanent, temporary and contract jobs are with multinationals, early stage technology and local indigenous companies. They are in areas such as Software Programming, Testing, Customer Service, Sales, Marketing, Project Management, Multilingual, Finance, HR and much more.
Film and Music created by www.tonystledger.com

Academy of Aviation takes off

 Academy of Aviation-Tony St Ledger Creative Service.

Academy of Aviation is a new training provider based at The Carlton Hotel, Dublin Airport. The focus is to deliver quality aviation induction programmes to those interested in taking a step towards an exciting career in:

Airport Passenger Services (Check-in, Boarding & Arrivals, Security and Ramp Agent)

Cabin Crew – Air Stewardess/Steward, Air Hostess/Host,

Flight Attendant Flight Dispatch More details and to secure your place go to www.aoa.ie

Film, Music and Soundscape created by www.tonystledger.com

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Lightvault Ireland’s most innovative electrical retailing showroom is now open at The Red Cow Retail Centre just off the M50 Junction 10

Lightvault is Ireland’s most innovative electrical retailing showroom.
Lightvault is a wholly owned subsidiary of REW. We have been in business since 1977 and are regarded as the Ireland’s premier supplier to the electrical trade. Lightvault is our new venture into the retail arena, it will firmly establish our core values of superior levels of customer care, professionalism and integrity. Like Lightvault on Facebook HERE

Lightvault Store Dublin-If you are Building or Renovating-A visit to Lightvault Store is a must.

Lightvault Style Design Control. A place where all your Lighting Design, Home Control, Lamps and sockets and switches are to be experienced.
REW established by Noel McStay Snr over 30 years ago have launched Ireland’s most innovative Electrical Showroom. Lightvault evolved from the needs of Electrical Contractors and their Clients. Located conveniently in the RED COW RETAIL Centre just off the M50 Junction 10 Lightvault enables contractors & their end Clients to browse through all their New Build or Renovation electrical requirements. A full range of Wiring Accessories, Garden Lighting, Led Strip Lighting, Modern Architectural Lighting and Samsung Home Appliances are on display in store.

Lightvault Logo-Tony St Ledger

Lightvault Logo designed by Tony St Ledger

Fergal McStay, Managing Director REW commented on the new venture.
“As a company we are always looking to the future. We believe the Irish Market has a renewed confidence and a marked upturn can be seen across a number of sectors, notably in the new build, renovation and increasing number of people extending their homes. Lightvault is truly unique in the Irish Market, it allows a full interaction and demonstrative experience with our product lines. This allows us to work with our customers and their clients from the inception of their idea right through to its delivery”

Lightvault Store Opening with Neville Knott Ireland’s Top Interior Designer

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Lightvault Logo Design,Photography,Film and Music created by Tony St Ledger.com

Congratulation to the team at Promoshades Ireland celebrating 20 years in business today.

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The Temple Bar Song by Billy Treacy. Directed and filmed by Tony St Ledger.

Promo Video for the single “Temple Bar” from the album “Head Above Water”.

A Tony St Ledger film.

One take Treacy!
Best of luck to Billy and the lads with this – super day filming. I really enjoyed the refreshments and live session in the Dame Tavern after.
Thanks to all who helped Paul Baker, Peter Lynch, Jane O’Connor and Colm Treacy.

The Temple Bar Song by Billy Treacy http://www.billytreacy.com

Don’t you know you’re about to enter, Dublin’s Cultural Centre.
Pedestrianised streets of Cobblestone.
Where the places are all hopping with tourists eating, shopping.
Guaranteed you’ll never drink alone.
Pre chorus
But take a look around, for the natives can’t be found.
Except for the junkies, beggars, thieves.
The locals have more sense(cents).
Euro, shillings, pence.
And they know round here it won’t go far.
In Temple Bar, (where) In Temple Bar.
Dirty Aul Town of Molly Malone and Whiskey in the Jar.
There’ll be drink and songs a plenty but your pockets will be empty, coz round here your money won’t go far.
In Temple Bar, (where) In Temple Bar.
It’s Vicars, Tarts, Drink, Feck, Arse, there’s nothing on a par.
Your throat it will be cracked and sore but your pockets well they’ll hurt more.
In Dublin City’s Temple Bar.
2nd Verse
Keep a good eye on your handbag,
Your man there is a toe rag.
Make sure you hold on to your phone.
Enjoy your stay in Ireland, be ya yank, English or Thailand.
Tell all your friends to come when you get home.
Pre Chorus
But please take my advice, that the rest of Dublin’s nice.
Don’t limit yourself to one square mile.
Now I mostly speak in jest, but believe me Dubs are best.
Guaranteed to make you smile.
In Temple Bar, (Where) In Temple Bar.
Dirty aul town of Molly Malone and Whiskey in the Jar.
Where we go to celebrate or when we want to just drink late.
We know we never are too far.
From Temple Bar, from Temple Bar.
It’s Vicars, Tarts, Drink, Feck, Arse,
There’s nothing on a par.
If the Craic it isn’t ninety, you’ll be sure that it’s more mighty.
In Dublin City’s Temple Bar.
In Dublin City’s Temple Bar.
In Dublin City’s Temple Bar.
(Straight into The Maid Behind the (Temple) Bar.)