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Unicorn Cancer Fundraiser



Glitz and glamour, champagne and cocktails. Limerick Ladies are getting their best outfits ready for what promises to be a fun filled evening.  hello hello hello hello

Friday the 22nd of June at 8 O’ Clock, the Unicorn bar Dooradoyle is turning pink for one night only. The champagne will be flowing, cocktails shaken not stirred, and the ladies will be pampered. On the night ladies will get to walk the red carpet and feel like a star, where they will receive a beauty goodie bag and glass of chilled champagne. The background sky will be filled with the heat from the amazing fire breather Cian McCormack entertaining the crowd.

Upon entering they will have the amazingly creative and talented team of ladies from Vanilla browns hair salon looking after their tresses. Next the lovely ladies from Glam beauty salon will ensure their makeup is flawless. All this for a donation of their choice, to go to breast cancer Ireland. There will also be a raffle with a vast array of prizes including jewellery, makeup vouchers, restaurant vouchers, hairdressing vouchers and many more on the night.

Entry is free. All proceeds from the night will go towards funding the very worthy and tireless work of breast cancer Ireland. Who continue to carry out research into a cure for breast cancer. The prize for the winner of best dressed on the night includes a years membership for the Greenhill’s leisure centre valued at over €650. The best dressed competition will be judged by the newly crowned face of tempted, and favourite Limerick girl Sinead O’ Brien. So ladies grab your friends, put on your favourite outfit and join us for a night to remember, while helping a very worthy cause.



For further Information contact Jane Fahey, Marketing executive, The Unicorn bar 061-227405.

Breast Cancer Ireland

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.