Carpenter Center Hosts Irish Clogging, Step Dancing & More With Richard Carpenter
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All offers for Dublin's Traditional Irish Cabaret have expired.
The last date listed for Dublin's Traditional Irish Cabaret was Saturday March 17, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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We’ve all got a bit o’ Irish in us—especially on St. Paddy’s Day!
Celebrate the Irish in you with Irish comedy, music, and dance at the Carpenter Center. Ireland’s funniest man (only someone Irish could say that!), Noel V. Ginnity leads a terrific group of dancers and musicians in an evening of Celtic performance. Different than the Carpenter Center’s usual on-stage cabaret events, this Irish cabaret will transform the entire Carpenter Center into a traditional Irish revel. Plus, special guests Richard Carpenter and daughter Mindi Carpenter will sing a few of your favorite Irish songs!