LOL for Temple Street & Crumlin
Irish comedians team together for sick kids in Temple Street and Crumlin
Laugh Out Loud returns for one night only in Vicar Street, Friday 8th May
Featuring Ireland’s top comedians
‘Laugh Out Loud’, is now on sale with tickets costing just €25. Some of the biggest names in Irish comedy will ‘stand up’ for sick kids on Friday the 8th of May, demonstrating that laughter really is the best medicine. We would like to announce the incredible PJ Gallagher, Karl Spain, David O’Doherty and Bernard O’Shea to our amazing line up so far and do not fret as more will be announced in the next few days. How exciting.
Money raised from the event will go towards purchasing vital life-saving equipment for sick children in both Temple Street and Crumlin – part of the Children’s Health Foundation Family.
The event begins at 8pm and tickets cost €25 (excluding booking fee)
For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.ticketmaster.ie
For more information please contact:
Celine Nic Oireachtaigh
Head of Communications
Children’s Health Foundation T: 086 029 4183 or 018784344 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Temple Street Foundation
Temple Street Foundation was established in 2000 and exists to raise funds to make Temple Street Children’s University Hospital a better place. Every year Temple Street relies on the generosity of donors to help raise €5million to redevelop hospital wards, fund vital equipment & services and invest in research. Having access to state of the state of the art facilities & equipment literally saves lives. To learn more visit www.templestreet.ie
CMRF Crumlin raises vital funds for Children's Health Ireland at Crumlin as well as the Children's Research Centre and is dedicated to working to improve the quality of life of sick children. With your support, we can continue to fund the life saving research that takes place at our Children's Research Centre, as well as assisting in the purchase of state-of-the-art medical equipment and financially support important capital projects at Children's Health Ireland at Crumlin. To learn more visit www.cmrf.org