A night of comedy and music for Galway Autism Partnership
Wednesday, February 21 @ 7:30pm
At SULT, the NUI Galway Students’ Union bar, Áras na Mac Léinn, NUI Galway
Tickets €10/€5 concession, available at NUIG Socs Box, Eventbrite, or on the door
Free pizza and finger food during the break!
NUIG’s Comedy Soc are hosting a night of comedy and music to raise funds and awareness for the Galway Autism Partnership (GAP), who provide support and information to families living with autism.
Performing on the night are Bláithín de Burca (Electric Picnic, Forbidden Fruit Talent Search finalist), Sean Nolan (RTE New Comedy Awards), Brian Gallagher Comedy (Show Me The Funny 2017 finalist, Vodafone Comedy Carnival, YouTube’s Facts), Ashley Manning (UCC Comedy Soc, Cork Comedy Club), Niall Horisk (Show Me The Funny 2017 finalist, Vodafone Comedy Carnival) and special guest headliner Fred Cooke (Electric Picnic, The Savage Eye, Republic of Telly, The Tommy Tiernan Show)!
With music from Galway’s own talented singer/songwriter Rachael Browne and Michael Rice as MC.
This promises to be a fantastic and hilarious evening in honour of a great cause, so come early to make sure you get a seat!
Tickets are €5 for students (NUIG and GMIT, or anywhere else really) and €10 for the public, available through NUIG Socs Box, the Socs WebStore, on the door and on Eventbrite.ie for non-students.
Galway Autism Partnership (GAP) are a charity for Autism Spectrum Disorder that provides support and information to families living with autism. We organise regular family events, outings, support groups and information seminars as well as campaign for autism awareness and improved services. We are extremely proud to be under the patronage of President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins.
Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8pm. Complimentary pizza and finger food provided during the break.