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Friday 17 August 2018

FFF Summer is coming to a close and TV presenter and mum Lucy Kennedy is calling on people to give their unwanted clothing, accessories and household items to Ireland's biggest and longest-running clothes collection, Give Up Clothes for Good. The campaign, developed by TK Maxx, sees all donations going to Enable Ireland who sell the clothes to raise funds for support services for children and young people with disabilities. It has raised over €1.15m since 1997.

FFF Summer is coming to a close and TV presenter and mum Lucy Kennedy is calling on people to give their unwanted clothing, accessories and household items to Ireland's biggest and longest-running clothes collection, Give Up Clothes for Good. The campaign, developed by TK Maxx, sees all donations going to Enable Ireland who sell the clothes to raise funds for support services for children and young people with disabilities. It has raised over €1.15m since 1997.

FFF Since their inception in 2008, Ghost Train Willy have become one of the most sought-after acts on the Irish Comedy scene, and now they are taking their new show to the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival. Rhubarb Crumble is a comedy for anyone who didn't follow their dream and wants to feel good about it. The play will run from September 15-20 at Bewley's Cafe Theatre on Grafton Street. Tickets are €14 and are available from www.fringefest.com

FFF An exhibition to raise money for the victims of Gaza called Art for Gaza is showing until September 5 at the Oonagh Young Gallery on James Joyce Street, Dublin 1. Seventeen artists have donated to the collection, and all of the proceeds will to the UNICEF Gaza Appeal.

FFF As part of Whelan's 25th Anniversary celebrations, the live music venue have announced a special intimate gig by Paddy Casey on Friday September 12. Casey has been at the forefront of the Irish music scene since releasing his debut album Amen (So Be It) in 1999. Demand for the singer-songwriter's gig at the ever-popular venue last May was huge, and tickets for the show on Friday week are now selling on www.whelanslive.com for €15.

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