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18Nov2017

Aindrais de Staic presents Seven Shades, a comedy storytelling extravaganza!

Aindrais de Staic presents Seven Shades, a comedy storytelling extravaganza!

From 8.00pm until 11:00pm

At Alice's Restaurant and Coffee Shop

5 The Moat Mall, Naas, Co. Kildare

€15

Aindrias has just enjoyed the last few months performing with the National Theatre of Ireland on their hit show “Jimmys Hall” and now returns to Kildare with his new creation Seven Shades. It details the plight of a young man who simply can’t stop acting the bollox! IT IS NOT AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL!!

Seven Shades of Shtax is about a man seeking life’s answers. Armed with a fiddle, a loop peddle and some epic stories, he tries to address his (many!) fundamental character defects. A storytelling experience with a difference, by de Staic, returns to Naas for more craic, after his summer stage success with the Abbey theatre in Dublin.

After it's sell-out run in the International Bar as part of Dublin Fringe Festival, and the Vodafone Comedy Carnival in Galway, the show, Seven Shades, visits Alice’s for its next outing.

Many of you will remember his previous show, The Man from Moogaga which toured widely and won a BAI award for its adaptation to radio when it was aired as a special broadcast on St. Patricks day earlier this year.

For anyone who enjoys a bit of comedic story-telling with plenty of music-making, and a ton of devilment, this special appearance at Alice’s Restaurant in Naas should not be missed!

On the night Aindrias will have support from another Irish act on the rise, Liam Oragh. Liam is a Dublin based Singer Songwriter - fun, alternative, edgy, original, (Lou Reed meets Damien Dempsey)- he comes from the same music school as Sinead O'Connor and Christy Dignam and is about to kick off a small Irish tour to promote his new album, 'Arguments against Insanity'. His song 'Hey Nelson' about wanting to inherit Nelson Mandela's Shirt Collection won the best song award at last year's Hardly Strictly Acoustic Festival in Naas! He’s no stranger to the plains of Kildare.

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