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Project Arts Centre
Dates: 14 Dec - 15 Dec
Show Time: 9.15pm (Doors 9pm)
FULL LINEUP REVEALED!
14 December: Emmet Kirwan, Louise McSharry, Deirdre O’Kane and Paul Noonan
15 December: Panti Bliss, David O’Doherty, Fintan O’Toole and Lynn Ruane
The magnificent Mangina Jones is back and this time she’s got a whole selection box of showbiz treats to light up your Christmas.
Part late night talk show, part variety carousel, and all Christmas cracker – Each night will see a different panel of guests share their stories and songs… and yes, we’ll be grilling them to find out if they’ve been naughty or nice!
So join the erstwhile Alternative Miss Ireland for two eclectic and festive nights of gaiety with some of Ireland’s best loved stars. Expect the unexpected in this fabulous trifle of performance, art and music – all with an extra splash of sherry.
Very special guests to be announced and all proceeds raised will go towards funding new work at Project Arts Centre.
Project Arts Centre has been supporting brave, creative and amazing artists since 1966, all proceeds raised on the night will go directly towards our work supporting artists.
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Directed by: Phillip McMahon
Devised & performed by: Mangina Jones
Produced by: Lara Hickey
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