“A NIGHT IN THE KEY OF 8 ”
Sunday 23RD April 2017.
Printer Clips featuring Paul Noonan & Guests
Le Galaxie have recently been added to the bill , lending support to Repeal the 8th Movement with show at Olympia Theatre.
There will also be contributions from:
Activist Ailbhe Smyth
Writer Roisin Ingle
Comedian Tara Flynn
Writer Una Mullally
The Repeal Project is delighted to confirm that alt elctro dance rockers Le Galaxie have confirmed their support and will be joining this all star line up at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on Sunday April 23rd. There are a limited number of tickets available from Ticketmaster :
Tickets now on sale for a unique night at The Olympia Theatre on Sunday April 23rd.
With a host of major acts and performances from across the broad spectrum of Irelands unique arts community with all proceeds going to the Repeal Project, supporting fundraising for the repeal the 8th movement
“A Night In the Key Of 8” takes place on April 23, at the Olympia Theatre and
Tickets go on sale Friday 20th Jan from www.ticketmaster.ie
The Repeal Project was set up by activist Anna Cosgrave to fundraise with the simple jumper idea:”Outerwear to Give a Voice to a Hidden Problem”. The black and white jumpers have sold in their thousands and have been worn by supporters
around the world from Vivienne Westwood to Sharon Horgan and from
Gloria Steinem to a human rights lecturer in the Arctic Circle and politicians in the Dail.
Anna Cosgave said: “ I set up Repeal Project, with the intention of
opening up a conversation around reproductive rights in Ireland, as I
had become so disillusioned, upset and frustrated that every day up to
11 women were being failed by our State.
“As an a-political outerwear initiative, that sought to give a very
hidden issue more visibility, the project has encouraged women to come
forward sharing their stories and is now acting as a much needed
fundraising mechanism for organisations in need of funding.”
Repeal Project is supported by the coalition to Repeal the 8th ammendment
and NWCI (National Women’s Council of Ireland).