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Multi-media show for motor neurone disease at Blackhall Place
Eamon Travers

19 May 2022 / law society Print

Multi-media show for MND at Blackhall Place

Dublin law firms – including McCann FitzGerald, Eversheds Sutherland and Reddy Charleton, along with Brian J McMullin Solicitors of Donegal and Leopardstown – are combining to support a fundraising event for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) at the Law Society this evening (19 May).

The Donegal Dublin Business Network (DDBN), the Donegal Association (Dublin), and the Allingham will present a multi-dimensional show called ‘Nets of Wonder – Stories on the Wall’.

Multi-sensory experience

Part-funded by Creative Ireland grants, this encore performance of the enthusiastically received event from the 2021 Allingham Festival combines the writings of Olive Travers (small picture) with artwork by Barry Britton, and original music by Eamon Travers, to create an unforgettable multi-sensory experience.

The performance begins at 7pm, after a drinks reception at 6.30pm at the Blackhall Place Blue Room. 

The organisers promise an evening not to be missed.

Tickets are available online.

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