Paul Casey, Ben Kelly, Roy Arbuckle, Anne Tracey and the Sandino's traditional musicians are just some of the names that will join gifted Staff from the hospital wards throughout the Western Health and Social Care Trust as they ditch their scrubs and stethoscopes and swap the operating theatre for that of the Playhouse Theatre, Saturday 17th November in a night of song and performance. Already, highly accomplished in their professional medical capacities the Western Trust performers will prove that they have many other strings to their bows at this special Arts Care fundraising event.
BBC Northern Ireland veteran broadcaster Noel Thompson will preside over the rich and diverse programme which is prescribed to heal the ‘hearts and minds', and will showcase a truly vibrant variety of creative talents.
As well as the wonderful artistic performances on the night, audiences will be transported back in time with more than a whiff of glamour past, as the Bedlam models bring to life style through the ages. A special silent auction of art, antiques and vintage treasures and prize winning opportunities will ensure this night will be just the tonic the Doctor ordered.Ticket Event Only, Prices £12Phone or call at Waterside Hospital, Gransha during Office hours for ticketsTel: O2871 860007
About Arts Care
Arts Care, is a unique NI Arts and Health Charity which engages 19 Artists-in-Residence, a team of Northern Ireland Clown Doctors and many project artists who facilitate and co-ordinate participatory workshops and performances throughout the Health and Social Care Trusts. Believing in the benefits of creativity to well-being, Arts Care makes all forms of art accessible to patients, clients, residents and staff in health and social care settings.
For More info contact Bronagh Corr-McNicholl Mob 07928028642
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