Limelight (disambiguation)

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Limelight is a type of stage lighting used during the nineteenth century. It may also refer to:

Films[edit]

Music[edit]

Albums[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • "Limelight", alternate title for the song "Eternally" by Charlie Chaplin, originally written for the eponymous 1952 film.
  • "Limelight", a single by The Alan Parsons Project from their Stereotomy 1985 album
  • "Limelight" (Rush song) by Rush from their Moving Pictures album
  • "Limelight", a B-side song by XTC from their Drums and Wires album
  • "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

Venues[edit]

  • Limelight (Belfast), a famous nightclub and music venue in Belfast
  • The Limelight, a string of nightclubs operated by Peter Gatien
  • Limelight Gallery and Coffeehouse, a photography gallery in New York City from 1954–1961, co-owned by Helen Gee

Other uses[edit]

  • Limelight Networks, a company primarily offering a bandwidth-intensive content delivery network
  • The limelight, phrase meaning celebrity

See also[edit]