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Niall Horan announces intimate Charity Fundraiser for London Irish Centre

Global music star Niall Horan is to perform at a very special charity event at the London Irish Centre in their iconic Camden venue on March 23rd. Horan will be performing a once-in-a-lifetime night of music and conversation along with very special guests.

The London Irish Centre has been providing the community with services and Irish culture since 1954 and is currently raising funds to renew its historic home in Camden. 

‘I am absolutely delighted to support the London Irish Centre’ said Niall. ‘I have huge respect for the work they do, from helping the vulnerable to running the very best gigs, and I am excited to be able to help them develop a brilliant new home for all things Irish in London. I’ve been living in London for 10 years this year, I love this city very much and I am also the proudest Irishman and anything I can do to help Irish in London, I will.’

Image taken at the Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow by Fiona McKinlay

The night will feature a VIP reception starting at 7pm followed by the main event with Niall Horan from 8.30pm. VIP ticket holders will also have access to a private reception and bar and complimentary drinks and canapes. There are just 250 tickets on sale.

The fundraiser will be hosted by London Irish Centre patron, Dermot O’Leary.

‘I have been a patron of the London Irish Centre for the past few years and am thrilled to be welcoming Niall to the project,’ Dermot said.

‘Both the work LIC does every day, and their vision for a world-class new Irish Centre are important to me. I have no doubt that having a global star like Niall on board will help us to raise more awareness and funds, and to have a memorable night out this March!’

Early bird tickets for the show with Niall Horan are £125 with tickets for the VIP experience priced at £300. Tickets are available here now.

Lead image taken by Ashley Newby licensed under the terms of the cc-by-2.0 You can find more entertainment stories on WeAreIrish here.

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