From its origins as a St Patrick's Day gig in pubs like Molly Malone's on Circular Road or a Bloomsday affair celebrating the life and works of James Joyce, Red Dot Green Dot has evolved to become an annual fundraising and partnership event between The Ireland Funds Singapore and LASALLE College of the Arts. In its current iteration, it continues the spirit of festive camaraderie while also symbolising generations of collaboration between Ireland and Singapore in fields as diverse as the arts, medical science, education, technology and sport.
It is hard to find another event where members of the Irish community - from business people to diplomats, teachers and home-makers - perform on the same stage as fledgling stars who are LASALLE or United World College students and alumni.
The Ireland Funds Singapore and LASALLE College of the Arts jointly invite you to Red Dot Green Dot: An evening of music, literature and laughter, celebrating the cultures of Ireland and Singapore. Friday 3 May, 7.30pm at the Flexible Performance Space, LASALLE College of the Arts, 1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940.
The Ireland Funds Singapore and LASALLE College of the Arts jointly invite you to Red Dot Green Dot: An evening of music, literature and laughter, celebrating the cultures of Ireland and Singapore.
Donations received will go towards The McNally Legacy, which continues the legacy of an Ireland - Singapore partnership through a new range of opportunities for a new generation of artists.
Tickets are available from Peatix.
3 May 2019
7.30pm to 9.30pm
LASALLE College of the Arts
Flexible Performance Space, Block F level 1, #F102
Donation tickets at $25 each (with one complimentary glass of wine).
As valued friends of The Ireland Funds we'd like to extend $5 discount code RDGD19 to the SGL community. Discounted donation tickets are $20 including complimentary glass of wine - great value!! Beer and wine available from the Bourne cafe also.
It will be a fun evening of music, literature and laughter! Hope to see you there!
Check out what happened at last year's Red Dot Green Dot.
Seats are limited due to the venue's capacity, so get your tickets now!
Supported by The Ireland Funds
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