|Venue||Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin|
|Date||Thursday, December 7th , 2023|
|Time||12:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
The PMI’s Annual Charity Lunch returns on December 7th in the Round Room of the Mansion House. This year we’re proudly supporting the work of the wonderful LauraLynn as our 2023 charity partner.
Demand for seats at this event is always very strong, so we would recommend reserving your seat early to avoid disappointment!
Members can book their seats below, or if you wish to book a table; please contact Clodagh Hoey for any table queries or to reserve a table. Both tables of 10 and 12 are available as follows;
Table 10 @ €1,250
Table 12 @ €1,500
Registration & Drinks Reception – from 12pm
Lunch – from 1pm
Close – 4pm
LauraLynn is a Children’s Hospice providing specialist palliative and supportive care services to meet the needs of children with life limiting conditions and their families in Ireland.
Their mission is to provide a Community of Care that delivers evidence-based, personalised services to children with palliative care needs, complex care needs and complex disabilities, while also providing family support services and a home to their residents where quality-of-life is paramount.
MC for the event is comedian and best-selling author: Colm O’Regan. Hailing from the small village of Dripsey in Co. Cork; he has stood up and made people laugh all over the world.
Colm’s debut book Isn’t It Well For Ye, The Book Of Irish Mammies is a bestseller and was nominated for an Irish book award. It sprang from the equally successful @irishmammies twitter account which Colm authors. Set up in early 2012, the account has more than 62,000 followers making it one of the top 40 accounts in Ireland.
His comedy festival appearances include the prestigious invite only Montreal Just For Laughs, the Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Electric Picnic and many, many more. He has played all over Ireland and the UK and even as far away as Cape Town, Tokyo and Osaka and appeared on The Late Late Show.
He also writes a weekly column for Cork’s largest news and lifestyle weekly ‘The Cork News and has written for The Irish Independent, the Irish Times, The Sunday Times, The Sunday World and the Examiner.
The Annual Charity Lunch is proudly supported by: