Hat Trick Productions who are the producers of the Father Ted television series have very generously donated to us a rare and wonderful piece of memorabilia from the award winning show. This is your opportunity to own a piece of tv history. The Aisling Project is delighted to be able to offer at auction the… Read More
A craic-ing night of comedy was had by all on 12 December at the Bloomsbury Ballroom, in London’s West End. Vince Power’s stylish art deco venue was host to the best line-up of Irish comedy talent since Dave Allan and Des O’Connor played a double header at the London Palladiium in 1972. The picture (by… Read More
All Irish comedy extravaganza for Aisling – Appearing in this year’s Aisling comedy benefit is a top of the range line-up of Irish comedy talent brought together by Aisling patron Ardal O’Hanlon. Tommy Tiernan Ardal O’Hanlon Dave O’Doherty Ian Coppinger ….are all working for free to support the work of Aisling The venue is the… Read More
Aisling Return to Ireland would like to invite you to the Sheephaven Bay Pub, 2, Mornington Street, NW1 7QD for a Night at the Races on Tuesday 5th October at 7.30 p.m. Your support will be greatly appreciated either by sponsoring a race £50, naming a horse £10 (with a chance to win a bottle… Read More
Aisling Return to Ireland Project is organising another annual comedy benefit night to be held on Dec 6th at the Bloomsbury Ballroom, Victoria House, 37-63 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1B. Tickets are £20 and available from Eventelephant This is the 12th annual charity show organised by Aisling patron Ardal O’Hanlon and Noel Faulkener of the Comedy… Read More
We know lots of our supporters were expecting a comedy show this Spring , in support of Aisling. Unfortunately we have not been able to organise one as yet… but Aisling hopes to be putting on a major benefit later in the year. In the meantime, we would like to celebrate the fine tradition of… Read More
The film kings had it’s British premier at the Tricycle cinema appropriately situated on Kilburn High Rd on the 14th March the Friday before (also appropriately) Paddy’s Day..