After his wildly successful one-man comedy show 'Misgivings' played the ICC to a packed audience in April, David Kane returns to the Centre to present another lighthearted show: 'Just for Fun.'
'Just for Fun' will take place on Saturday, July 27th at 8:00pm, and features the same light-hearted comedy and quick wit for which Kane is so renowned. Join us as Kane leads the audience through a maze of laugh-filled interactive comedy, quizzes, contests, prizes and surprises—and it’s all just for fun!
A native of Pawtucket, RI, Kane currently resides in the Ocean State. He has, at various points in his career, been a comedian, radio talk show host, actor, and has published a book titled '41 Signs of Hope' about the legacy of his son, Nicholas O’Neill, the youngest victim of The Station nightclub fire in RI in 2003.
Kane’s performances are meant to inspire and uplift, taking events from his personal experiences and transferring them for the benefit of his audiences to find the silver lining in every cloud. 'Just for Fun!' showcases Kane’s fun-loving mindset; his attitude and humor are contagious!
The ICC would love to see you come out to what is sure to be a fun-filled night on Saturday, July 27th at 8:00pm. Tickets are $15 and are available at www.IrishCulture.org or by calling the ICC Office at 781-821-8291. We expect a high turnout, so please purchase your tickets early to ensure a spot!
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