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General News / December 18, 2019

Workman’s to host Women’s Christmas in aid of Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

General News / December 18, 2019

Workman’s to host Women’s Christmas in aid of Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

Head to The Workman’s Club for a weekend of comedy, music and more with all proceeds going to DRCC.

From Friday 3 – Sunday 5 January The Workman’s club will be hosting a number of incredible artists for a weekend of music, comedy and art.

Raising money for the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, there is a huge line-up of talent on hand to provide entertainment over the weekend.

The weekend sees the likes of Wallis Bird, Loah, Ailbhe Reddy, Maija Sofia, Toshín, Extravision, DJ Egg and RooHoneyChild perform with plenty of others to be revealed in the run up to the events.

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

Tickets are on sale now and a full weekend ticket costs just €30 and are available here.

Friday Night with Wallis Bird & Ailbhe Reddy is €15 and can be purchased here.