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IRISH ARTS CENTER
Political Cabaret 2.0
An evening of comedy and current events

Limited tickets:
$18 member /
$23 non-member.

Available while supplies last.

September 30

October 1

IRISH ARTS CENTER
Political Cabaret 2.0
An evening of comedy and current events

September 30 and October 1 | 7:30 pm

with Special Guests

Jim O'Sullivan
CNBC Commentator and Chief U.S. Economist at High Frequency Economics
MarketWatch's Most Accurate Economic Forecaster

Eddie Brill
Comedian, writer, and actor  
Late Show with David Letterman

Colm O'Regan
Comedian, bestselling author, and broadcaster  
Appearances include Montreal Just for Laughs, Electric Picnic, and more

Carmen Lynch
Comedian
Late Show with David Letterman

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

Economist, best-selling author and international broadcaster David McWilliams returns to the Irish Arts Center for another intelligent round of economic debate with a comic twist. Following on the success of last season’s sold-out Political Cabaret with President Obama's "Car Czar” and MSNBC Morning Joe economic analyst Steven Rattner and comedian/former Saturday Night Live cast member Colin Quinn, this season’s entertaining and stimulating evening takes a hard-nosed, comic-voiced look at Irish, European and U.S. economics and other contemporary issues. Join us for big thinkers on today’s big questions and enjoy a few big laughs along the way.

David McWilliams is a journalist and broadcaster and one of Ireland’s leading economic commentators. He is the bestselling author of The Pope’s Children, The Generation Game, and Follow the Money and has a weekly column in the Sunday Business Post and the Irish Independent. Prior to his media career he spent 10 years working at UBS and the Banque Nationale de Paris.



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