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Support The Saturdays on stage

Saturday, 23rd February, 2013 4:41pm
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Support The Saturdays on stage
Support The Saturdays on stage

The Saturdays are looking for performers in Westmeath to support them at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre next month.

You could share the stage with Una Healy and the girls if you win competition and the gig is a one-off charity concert on Thursday March 28.

This concert is Bord Gáis Energy’s second annual event in aid of the Society of St Vincent de Paul and all proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to the charity.

Bord Gáis Energy will also match the amount for every ticket sold.
 
The competition is open to all types of entertainment acts aged 16 and over. Three winners from around Ireland will be chosen to support The Saturdays.

All you have to do is upload a video of your act to www.facebook.com/BordGaisEnergy by 5pm on Monday March 4.
 
Una Healy of The Saturdays said: “We would like to wish everyone taking part in the competition the best of luck and we look forward to seeing the winning acts perform on stage on March 28.

“All the girls are really excited about performing at this special event and of course performing to a home crowd always makes the night extra special for me.

“It’s fantastic that Bord Gáis Energy is supporting the Society of the St Vincent de Paul which does really great work in communities throughout Ireland.”

www.bordgaisenergyrewards.ie
www.Ticketmaster.ie

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