Ed Sheeran will perform to 400 people at the London Irish Centre, Camden, on June 19th. The gig will be presented by X Factor host Dermot O'Leary.
The fundraising event will be the first in the series of the charity’s annual Evening with Dermot O’Leary programme.
Proceeds from the gig will be going to the London Irish Centre to support the development of its charitable services and the re-imagining of the London Irish Centre's historic premises.
The London Irish Centre performs a pivotal service in London for Irish emigrants and residents of all ages.
And fans from both Ireland and the UK can acquire tickets in a very cheap and easy way while also raising funds, as fans who donate £10 or more to the LICC will be entered in a draw to win tickets for the exclusive event.
HUGELY EXCITING NEWS! @radioleary will be joined by @edsheeran on 19th June for a very special performance at the London Irish Centre.— London Irish Centre (@LDNIrishCentre) March 17, 2018
To be in with a chance to #win one of 5 pairs of tickets donate to our appeal at: https://t.co/RxSGdi1Ewv#StPatricksDay #StPatsDayLDN pic.twitter.com/r6hr2QGein
Ed Sheeran also issued an Instagram post supporting the gig. As well as wishing everyone a Happy Saint Patrick's Day, he said: "My Irish heritage is something of which I’ve always been proud of, so this concert feels like a natural fit.
"I love what the London Irish Centre Charity do in terms of being at the heart of championing Irish culture and community in London, and their plans are really exciting.
"I’m hoping that people like Dermot O’Leary, myself and others can help them get their voice heard. We’re all very excited about the summer 2018 show – this is going to be something very special."
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