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Subject: The Brazen Head to reopen

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Date Posted: 03/19/05 2:34:08pm

The Brazen Head to reopen

KIERAN Murray told the Limerick Post this week that two of the formerly four buildings that made up his Brazen Head entertainment complex, will reopen shortly "under the management of the Murray family”.

The Brazen Head was put into receivership last summer for four million euro. The Limerick Post revealed at the time that the Brazen Head had been operating for some time without a licence.

103 O’Connell Street, which housed The Sports Bar and Mustang Sally’s and 104 O’Connell Street, which housed An Siopa, were sold, he said, to Robert Butler for in excess of four million euro.

"They won’t be reopening as licensed premises but as offices and retail,” he said.

101 O’Connell Street which used to be Bently Barkers and the beer garden, plus the original Brazen Head bar at 102 O’Connell Street, remain in the family’s ownership.

He said that his brother, Frank, will be "reopening The Brazen Head at 102 shortly” and was planning to announce this by driving a limo with the words "Brazen Head reopening” emblazoned on the side, in Thursday’s St Patrick’s Day parade.

Mr Murray added that his wife, Louise, had applied for a liquor licence for Bentley Barkers but that the case had been adjourned.

As soon as they receive a new court date, and are awarded the licence, he said that Bentley Barker’s would reopen.

At present, it is being used as the offices for his beauty pageant, Miss Limerick Universe.

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