Susan Boyle from A Wine Goose Chase, map credit Judith Boyle.
The acclaimed “A Wine Goose Chase” is coming to Adare on Friday November 6. The one woman show is the creation of Susan Boyle (not to be mistaken for the Susan Boyle of Britain’s Got Talent Fame!) and is a fusion of storytelling about the Irish who transformed the wine world and an interactive wine tasting. During the one hour performance audience members have the opportunity to put their senses to use and will leave with a new insight into a drink that has been part of Ireland’s history for much longer than you might think.
Susan, who is from Kildare, has performed the show at various venues around Ireland and plans are afoot to take it to London and New York in 2016. There will be 2 performances when it visits Market Place Café on the Main Street in Adare – 7pm and 9pm.
Tickets cost €25 which includes the show, tastings of 3 wines with Irish connections sponsored by Forrestal Wine Merchants and pizzetta compliments of Market Place Cafe to celebrate the installation of their new pizza oven. Due to the cosy nature of the venue, capacity is limited. Admission for A Wine Goose Chase Limerick is by ticket only and they can be purchased in Market Place Cafe or contact Sharon Noonan on 087 099 5741. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Limerick Alzheimer’s Day Care Centre in Adare and Ian’s Trust.
Ian’s Trust is a Limerick based charity which has been established to support families of children who suffer from ‘Acquired Brain Injury’. Ian’s Trust has been set up in memory of Ian ‘Bean’ Cusack who passed away on August 17 2012 aged 9. On the 25th September 2008 Ian’s life changed forever when he suffered a very severe acquired brain injury following a road traffic accident.
Ian’s Trust provides financial support for families of children with Acquired Brain Injury during their hospital stay and beyond.There are many ways to support Ian’s Trust from donating, fundraising, holding a fundraising event or becoming one of Ian’s Bean Team….to the moon and back!
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