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An Irish Arts Center Political Cabaret
Featuring David McWilliams
with Paddy Cullivan and Special Guests

Admission: $18 members / $22 non-members

One Slump or Two?
Ireland, Europe and the U.S. and the Great Recession
with Special Guest Steven Rattner

March 5 | 7:30 pm

Event is sold out. Please join our waitlist by emailing kim@irishartscenter.org or 866-811-4111

The Wearing of the Green Cards?
Immigration Reform and the American Promise
with Special Guest Angela Fernandez

March 6 | 7:30 pm

There are still a few seats left. Please purchase tickets below by clicking “BUY” or by calling 866-811-4111

 


An Irish Arts Center Political Cabaret
Featuring David McWilliams
with Paddy Cullivan and Special Guests

March 5-6 | 7:30 pm

“David McWilliams might have trained as an economist but his true vocation is as a star of vaudeville.” - The Irish Times

 

One Slump or Two?
Ireland, Europe and the U.S. and the Great Recession
with Special Guest Steven Rattner

March 5 | 7:30 pm

President Obama's "Car Czar" and MSNBC Morning Joe economic analyst Steven Rattner joins one of Ireland's leading commentators and best-selling authors, David McWilliams,  and RTE's Late Late Show House Band front-man Paddy Cullivan for a live discussion on politics and the economy with comedy and performance.

 

The Wearing of the Green Cards?
Immigration Reform and the American Promise
with Special Guest Angela Fernandez

March 6 | 7:30 pm

A tuneful, interactive evening of comedy, conversation and current events with economist, author and broadcaster David McWilliams, RTÉ Late Late Show Band frontman Paddy Cullivan, and special guest Angela Fernandez, Executive Director of the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant's Rights.

 

 

 



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David McWilliams is a broadcaster, bestselling author of The Good Room, The Pope’s Children, The Generation Game and Follow the Money. Before moving into writing and broadcasting he spent ten years in UBS bank and the Banque Nationale de Paris.

Paddy Cullivan
is a singer, songwriter, comedian, satirist, writer, radio and television contributor, awards presenter and host. He has performed at Electric Picnic, IFTAS Award ceremonies, RTÉ Radio, The Daily Show and more.


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