From: Karen Ryan [k.ryan_at_virgin_dot_net]
Sent: 11 June 2018 10:57
Subject: Tickets still avail for 'Irish Night at Cadogan Hall' (Tues 12 June)/ Great grand draw prizes, proceeds to hosting 20th RtCT Fest
Tickets still available for our big night in Sloane Square (tomorrow Tues 12 June) -
Either book in advance online with the discount code below or walk up to pay full price tomorrow.
It's going to be great.
6.30pm: Session music in the foyer by some of our London greats (chance to buy grand draw tix)
7.30pm: Concert starts - Fair Pl? set featuring more than 40 great London based
female musicians and singers
8pm: Dave Flynn's Irish Memory Orchestra
8.40pm: Session music in the foyer (last chance to buy grand draw tix)
9.10pm: Dave Flynn's Irish Memory Orchestra
10pm: Grand Draw Prize Winners announced in foyer
Also, great grand draw prizes - all proceeds towards hosting the
20th Return to Camden Town Festival
- Nespresso Coffee Machine
- Wine and Chocolates
- Bracelet set from Brilliant Inc Jewellers
- Year's subscription to Irish World
- Sat/ Sun tickets for RtCT Festival 2018
- Buttons and Bows gig tix for RtCT Festival 2018
- Ben Sherman men's watch
- Silver Swarowski pendant/ necklace
- Sharon Shannon tickets, October at London Irish Centre
- Billboard wireless bluetooth headphones
- Billboard wireless speaker
- 'Make your own Message' LED message board
- complete set of London Lasses CDs
?Irish Night at Cadogan Hall'
Featuring the premiere performance in Britain of:
?Dave Flynn's Irish Memory Orchestra'
and The Fair Pl? set, featuring 40 great female traditional Irish musicians and singers based in London
also, acoustic music in the foyer/ bar from 6.30pm (feat. Mick O'Connor, Tom O'Connell, Paul Gallagher, James (fiddle) Carty and more...)
PLUS OUR FABULOUS GRAND DRAW - RAISING FUNDS TO HOST THE 20TH RETURN TO CAMDEN TOWN FESTIVAL
Tuesday 12th June, 7.30pm
Tickets NOW on sale at www.cadoganhall.com ?20
Special rate tickets (just ?10) for our friends of IMDL when
you use the following promotional code online: FriendofIMDL
Dave Flynn's Irish Memory Orchestra (formerly the Clare Memory Orchestra) is the first and only
orchestra in the Western World to play exclusively from memory, crossing traditional boundaries
between orchestras and audiences.
Visionary founder Dave Flynn has enlisted 20 of Ireland's leading traditional, classical and jazz
musicians to perform his critically acclaimed music.
Achievements include sold out performances at Moscow Catholic Cathedral and South Korea's Sori
International Festival; an Allianz Business to Arts Award for the ESB ?Concert in a Cavern'; and a
collaboration with Martin Hayes and the RT? Concert Orchestra at Ireland's National Concert Hall.
This thrilling, uniquely Irish phenomenon has brought audiences to their feet at every concert they
have played. This evening will be the debut performance in Britain of the Orchestra and will feature
music from Dave Flynn's ?Clare Concerto'.
The Irish Times said of them: ?Audiences seeing the Clare Memory Orchestra for the first time may be
astounded at the informality and communication between the musicians. Feet tapping, vibrato is
nowhere to be heard and the absence of sheet music means musicians connect with one another on
the fly. Then there's the appearance of Irish instruments such as the pipes, concertina, whistle and
bodhr?n, alongside the oboe and silver flute'.
This ?Irish Night at Cadogan Hall' is presented by IMDL (Irish Music and Dance in London) who have
been promoting traditional Irish Arts in London for two decades. This evening's concert will open
with a short collaborative performance featuring a large number of the finest traditional Irish
musicians and singers on the London Irish music scene. The night also serves as a fundraiser towards
IMDL staging their internationally renowned seven day Festival - Return to Camden Town - now in
its 20th year and due to take place from 23 - 29 October 2018.
For more information see:
Tickets: ?20 (?10 for friends of IMDL with online promotional code)
This event is supported by Culture Ireland GB18 and the Emigrant Support Programme