- Film And TV
- 20 Jun 23
Tickets to see Patrick Kielty at the London Irish Centre are available now, with proceeds supporting the LIC's community work.
Ahead of fulfilling his newest role as the Late Late Show’s fourth ever host, Patrick Kielty will appear at the London Irish Centre on Wednesday July 5. The event will be hosted by Irish media personality Laura Whitmore.
Kielty and Whitmore will be hosting an evening of conversation and craic. Tickets for the event are available now, with all proceeds from the LIC fundraiser going towards their cultural and community work.
Kielty, from Dundrum in Co. Down, takes over the Late Late Show hot seat after Ryan Tubridy stepped down from the role. Tubridy had hosted the show for 14 years, and was much adored by the Irish public.
Kielty, 52, is one of the biggest names in comedy and TV to come from Northern Ireland. He began his stand-up career as host of Northern Ireland’s first comedy club The Empire Laughs Back in Belfast. Since then, he has built a stellar career across TV and radio, while his live stand-up tours have sold out across Ireland and the UK.
Laura Whitmore is a Sunday Times Bestselling author, TV presenter and radio broadcaster, known for her roles hosting Love Island, I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now!, MTV and much more, as well as her own BBC Radio 5 Live series, The Laura Whitmore Show.
As well as a general entry ticket to the conversation, a VIP ticket option includes attendance to a pre-show private reception with Patrick and Laura, with Guinness and champagne served, plus canapés by renowned chef, Richard Corrigan.
Tickets start at £25. Early bird tickets have all sold out, so grab your tickets while you can.
The London Irish Centre is described as the Irish heart of London. It is a charity based in Camden, which has served the Irish community in the city since 1955.
The LIC have recently hosted events featuring a wide range of Irish celebrities and personas, including GAA stars Michael Murphy and Bernard Brogan, Irish Eurovision contestants Niamh Kavanagh and Linda Martin, as well as the likes of comedian Aisling Bea and BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac.
Tickets to see Patrick Kielty and Laura Whitmore in the London Irish Centre are available here.
- Film And TV
- 25 May 23