There are still some tickets available for the charity show that we have coming up at the Project Arts Centre on Saturday, November 5th. We are attempting to raise much needed funds for the Arthrogryposis Association of Ireland (www.arthrogryposis.ie) and the line-up on the night is amazing value at only €15 (€12 conc) a ticket.

There will be rock/pop music from Engine Alley (Canice and Brian Kenealy) and jazz from Emilie Conway. There will be top-notch stand-up comedy from Colum McDonnell and Edwin Sammon, and a short comic play entitled Death and the Beatles Fan (the follow-up to Lennon v McCartney). Enda Reilly and Stephen James Smith will play some songs/poems from their brilliant new release Arise and Go, and there will even be some performance poetry from Colm Keegan (All-Ireland Poetry Slam Champion)and Rosaleen McDonagh.

Tickets can be bought online right here:

http://www.projectartscentre.ie/programme/whats-on/1445-nighthawks-the-charity-show

And, just to whet your appetite, here is the latest video from Enda Reilly and Stephen James Smith:

Here’s TV footage of Colum McDonnell talking about bumper cars:

Here’s ‘Infamy’ from Engine Alley:

And ‘The Crackle’ from Colm Keegan:

To learn more about Arthrogryposis, please go to this website – http://www.arthrogryposis.ie.

And here is a short clip from the Academy Award winning documentary Music by Prudence. (Prudence Mabhena was born with Arthrogryposis and she is the lead singer of the band Liyana.)

Don’t miss this great show on November 5th for a very worthy cause.

Dublin is alive and kickin’. Go out and see it!

Regards

The Nighthawks People