The Gaelic Club, Sydney
The Gaelic Club, Sydney is an Irish cultural centre and a social centre for the Irish-Australian community in Sydney. It is a place for live entertainment, teaching of traditional music, dance and the Irish language. It has a licensed bar, dance floor, kitchen and meeting room, which members and guests can use and book for functions.
The Irish National Association
The Irish National Association of Australasia promotes Irish culture and the interests of the Australian-Irish community, working closely with its members and the Gaelic Club.
The Association sponsors the School of Irish Music and maintains the Albert Dryer library, both located in the club, and the 1798 Memorial in Waverley Cemetery.
Friday, 31st July, 8 pm
Green Lights Comedy
A monthly curated stand up comedy show case with professional headliners and the very best in up-and-coming comedy talent. For just $5 you can enjoy what has become one of Sydney's best comedy rooms that comedians are scrambling to get on.
Sunday,26th July, 3 pm
Noble: Sydney Film Premiere
'Noble' is a biopic film that chronicles the life of Christina Noble, founder and namesake of the Christina Noble Children's Foundation (CNCF).
It tells the story of a Dubliner who grew up in abject poverty, escaped a life of abuse and neglect to pursue a dream that led to having a profound impact on the lives of nearly a million impoverished children and families in Vietnam and Mongolia. Her story is about a fierce love, incredible loss and unrelenting courage.
Come to the Gaelic Club for the chance to meet Christina Noble herself over a few drinks before seeing the most inspiring film of the decade. Film-goers can then head over to the cinema at 6:30 pm for a film start at 7 pm.
Event Cinemas - 505-525 George Street, Sydney
Tickets only $25 plus a donation of your choice at time of booking
For enquiries please contact Kirrily from CNCF Australia/New Zealand
on 0413 30 80 35 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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