Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Fundraiser For Impact Theatre

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Impact Theatre is having a fundraising concert this Thursday 27 April 2006 at the city's best venue, Dolan's Upstairs, a lovely room with a club atmosphere, it's own bar and patio, and a great sound system.

The line-up is a veritable "who's who" of the Limerick music scene: Brad Pitt Light Orchestra, local heroes The Fewer The Better (in an acoustic set), the fresh guitar pedal antics of Windings and the very sensitive
Vertigo Smyth. Plus that popular artist you've come to love and depend on: "surprise guest". Start time is 8pm, and with that many acts on the bill you'll want to be somewhat less than tardy.

Proceeds go towards keeping Impact Theatre alive, so even if you cannot make it, buy a ticket anyway! Impact is Limerick's independent theatre company, performing modern and contemporary works from writers including Pinter, Edward Albee, Daniel Fo, Arthur Miller and Neil LaBute. They regularly sell out their shows, but since the venue only supports 35 bodies, this is not enough to keep them afloat financially.

Their next production is Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. "Book" your tickets now, because this is sure to be one "hot" show. (Ouch! These puns burn!)

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