July 28 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm| €10
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MC: Eileen Whelan
With thanks to Dominican College Wicklow for the use of the Fatima Hall to stage the Regatta Variety Show. Topping the bill will The Sea of Change Choir, the sensation of Ireland’s Got Talent, in their first Wicklow Town performance. We also have a host of other acts lined up to entertain you including M.Y. Th Academy, Kirsty McDougall, The Zoryanna Dancers, Amber O’Reilly, Paul Coates & Claire Steele, Pádraig Cahill & more! Admission is €10 and all proceeds will go to Aoibheann’s Pink Tie Childrens Cancer Charity .
Aoibheanns Pink Tie -Charity
Aoibheann’s Pink Tie will help and offer practical support to the families of children diagnosed with cancer and who are attending St John’s Oncology Ward in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital. Focused on children attending the only treatment center for childhood cancer in Ireland, they will support the complete family unit, of parents and siblings, who may not understand what is happening to their Brother or Sister
Aoibheann’s Pink Tie “National Children’s Cancer Charity” was set up in 2010 by Mick Rochford and Jimmy Norman after the tragic loss of Jimmy’s daughter Aoibheann to cancer aged just 8 years. During Aoibheann’s year long battle with this dreadful disease, the family found little or no financial or practical support for children and their families.
Sea of Change Choir – Headline Act
Features a wonderful group of cancer survivors and supporters. Sea of Change perform to celebrate being out the other side of cancer and giving hope to those in treatment. Always of course remembering loved ones lost. This choir are a feisty bunch of women full of fun and devilment and would put a smile on anyone’s face.
The choir got together after a successful World Record Skinny Dip held in Wicklow in 2019 the ladies decided to keep the fun going. The choir interested Irelands Got Talen and on the first audition received the golden Buzzer and made it all the way into the finals. The girls have raised over €870,000 for Childhood Cancer Charity, Aoibheanns Pink Tie and their funding has enabled a respite house to be bought in Crumlin for the families and children going through cancer to use while attending Crumlin hospital.
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