The National Campaign for the Arts and Project Arts Centre present



Dates: 19 Oct - 19 Oct

Show Time: 8.00pm

Tickets: €20 - €18

The National Campaign for the Arts and Project Arts Centre are delighted to present a night of unbridled joy to raise funds for the NCFA’s work in 2013!

Hosted by Kalle Ryan (brownbread mixtape), and featuring comedians Dave McSavage and Barry Murphy, LAUGH YOUR ARTS OFF presents a luminous line-up of Ireland’s best and brightest comedic voices on stage at Ireland’s premier arts centre.

Whether as one-third of Après Match, as his German alter ego Günther, or as
his surreal and wonderful self, Barry is “one of the high kings of Irish
comedy” (Hot Press) and is simply not to be missed. Accompanied by established and emerging talents such as Paul Currie, Eleventyfour, Sonya Kelly, Christian Talbot, Totally Wired!, Aidan Strangeman and more, we guarantee an evening of quirky insights and scathing asides. Just what you need to brighten these dark days…..

BOOK NOW to laugh in the face of adversity – and support the National Campaign for the Arts.

A good cause and a great night promised!

Can’t make it on the night? You can still support the National Campaign for the Arts by buying a raffle ticket – there are some amazing prizes to be won, donated from across the cultural community! Pick up raffle tickets online by clicking here or from our box office – drop in, or give us a call on o1-8819613!

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