Niall Horan has announced a charity fundraiser at the London Irish Centre next month
Niall Horan has announced a charity fundraiser at the London Irish Centre next month.
He will perform at a very special charity event at their iconic Camden venue on March 23.
The LIC has been providing community services and Irish culture to London since 1954 and is raising funds to renew its historic home in Camden and create a world-class Irish Centre.
Joining other celebrities like Dermot O’Leary, Ed Sheeran, Imelda May and Laura Whitmore who are supporting the campaign, Horan will front a once-in-a-lifetime night of music and conversation with special guest friends in an intimate setting.
"I am absolutely delighted to support the London Irish Centre. I have huge respect for the work they do, from helping the vulnerable to running the very best gigs, and I am excited to be able to help them develop a brilliant new home for all things Irish in London," Niall Horan said. "I’ve been living in London for 10 years this year, I love this city very much and I am also the most proud Irishman and anything I can do to help Irish in London, I will."
"We’re hugely grateful to Niall and his team for getting behind the work of the LIC and our plans for the future," Gary Dunne, Director of Culture at The London Irish Centre added. "I think everybody knows how proud an Irishman Niall is, so we couldn’t think of anyone better to be helping us raise funds for this exciting campaign!"
The very special fundraiser will be hosted by LIC patron, Dermot O’Leary, and will feature Niall performing, in conversation and welcoming some special guests.
"I have been patron of the London Irish Centre for the past few years and am thrilled to be welcoming Niall to the project. Both the work LIC does every day, and their vision for a world-class new Irish Centre are important to me," Dermot O’Leary, LIC Patron, said. "I have no doubt that having a global star like Niall on board will help us to raise more awareness and funds, and to have a memorable night out this March!’"
Early bird tickets cost £125, and include the main show - which begins at 8.30pm. There are also VIP tickets (main show plus attendance at pre-show drinks reception with exclusive performances) which cost £300. You can find out more information here.