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Limelight is a type of stage lighting used during the 1860s. It may also refer to:
- The Limelight (Belfast), a famous nightclub and music venue in Belfast
- The Limelight, a string of nightclubs operated by Peter Gatien
- Limelight (1936 film), British film starring Anna Neagle
- Limelight (1952 film) written, directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin
- Often used as alternate title for the song "Eternally" by Charlie Chaplin, originally written for the 1952 film.
- Limelight (2011 film), a documentary film by Billy Corben
- Limelight (Marti Webb album), a 2003 studio album by Marti Webb
- "Limelight", a song by The Alan Parsons Project from their Stereotomy 1985 album
- "Limelight" (song) by Rush from their Moving Pictures album
- "Limelight", a song by XTC from their Drums and Wires album
- Limelight (Colin James album), 2005 album by Colin James
- Limelight (Kepi and Kat album), a 2005 EP album by Kepi and Kat
- "Limelight" (Kepi and Kat song), a song by Kepi and Kat on the above album and featured in the Xbox 360 video game Perfect Dark Zero
- Limelight (classical club night at the 100 Club)
- Limelight Department film studio operated from the 1890s by The Salvation Army in Melbourne, Australia
- Limelight Networks, a company primarily offering a bandwidth-intensive content delivery network
- Limelight Records, a record label
- Limelight (magazine), an Australian classical music and arts magazine
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