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A truly unique pop up to benefit the work of Self Help Africa and help people across Africa to lift themselves out of poverty.
“We’re delighted to be popping up for Self Help Africa. They’re all about empowering people to grow more food, giving people a help up, not a hand out and we’re proud to be doing our bit. It’s gonna be a cracking night, a real celebration of the very best of Irish – music, food, people, and all with a bit of Tosca attitude. It’ll be fantastic to see all the old crew and customers again after 10 years! I’m really looking forward to it.”- Norman Hewson, Tosca
Join over 20 of the old Tosca team along with regular patrons and celebrities at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin’s newest old venue, for...
African inspired cocktails Sharing menu by Head chef Aongus Hanly and his team featuring old Tosca favourites and new delights
Live performances by
Eleanor McEvoy, Lady Veda, Eric McGrath, Steve & Joe (The Walls), & very special guests
Raffle & Silent Auction …bag yourself some unique Tosca memorabilia, exquisite artwork and celebrity souvenirs…
Strictly NOT Black Tie The vibe is Tosca – relaxed, informal and fun – so dig out your old party gear and use the money you would’ve spent to on your tux or party dress to help support an African farming family. Smile ;)
Tickets €95 Includes raffle entry, drinks reception, multi-course sharing menu with fine wines and entertainment
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The Tosca Pops Up story… For many years, Tosca held pride of place on Suffolk Street in Dublin, owned and operated by Norman Hewson, brother to U2’s Bono, with regulars including artists Jim Fitzpatrick and Guggi, author John Banville and singers Gavin Friday and Liam O’Maonlai. A pitstop for artists performing in the capital, celebrity patrons included Bob Dylan, Naomi Campbell, Bruce Springsteen and of course, U2.
" Tosca was haven of delight in crass 1990s, sophisticated welcoming at the same time, with wonderful cooking and lovely staff. What pity it will be popping up
for only one night -- why not a full-scale return?" John Banville, Author
Over 20 original staff, from Limerick, London and LA, will reunite under the leadership of Norman Hewson and Head Chef Aongus Hanly for this one-off night and will be joined by regular patrons for the unique 'pop-up' event. With a sharing menu created specially by Hanly, currently of Caviston’s, an array of favourites will be served along with some new delights. All ingredients are being provided by Irish farmers and supporters of Self Help Africa.
“What better way to spend a Friday night than changing someone's life for the better in 2013, and having a great time doing it?” - Ray Jordan, CEO, Self Help Africa
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|Self Help Africa - UK|
Second Floor, Westgate House,Dickens Court,
Hills Lane, Shrewsbury, SY1 1QU
Tel. +44 (0) 1743 277170
|Self Help Africa - Ireland|
Kingsbridge House, 17-22 Parkgate Street,
Dublin 8, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Tel. +353 (0)1 6778880
|Self Help Africa Inc.|
41 Union Square West, Suite 1027
New York, NY 10003, USA
Tel. +1 212 206 0847
|Self Help Africa is an international charity registered in Ireland and the United Kingdom Registered charity number: 6663 (Ireland), and 298830 (UK)|
Self Help Africa is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organisation in the United States.
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