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Irish Annie’s is a celebration of Irish culture, from the music to the comedy, featuring the well-known live 6-piece band The Shenanigans.

Landlady Annie and her regular madcap customers for a fun night out of comedy, music and mayhem, featuring original tracks written for the show by Asa Murphy, along with your all-time favourite Irish tunes including
Galway Shawl, Tell Me Ma, Dirty Old Town, Whiskey In The Jar, Danny Boy and many more.  The evening promises to have the audience laughing, singing, and dancing the night away.

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Asa Murphy has been a successful entertainer for 18 years. Asa has performed all over the world singing Big Band Swing music and his own self penned songs, he has fulfilled many of his dreams as a performer selling out Londons Ronnie Scotts topping the Bill at the Famous Liverpool Empire and cruising and singing on the most beautiful liners in the world, Asa also has a very popular BBC Radio show and has been on the airwaves for 10 years. In 2019 Asa turned his talents to writing stage musicals and has so far had three hit shows, Buddy Holly Lives, Mack The Knife and Irish Annies, now Asa is writing his first of a series of children books all from his own imagination with stories to help children learn important values in life, enjoy The Monkey with No Bum and Boing Meow!

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Bill Elms has worked in the theatre industry both locally and nationally for 35 years, including 20 years working with the UK’s biggest theatre companies in ticketing and marketing positions.

In 2008, Bill set up a Marketing and PR Company based in Liverpool city centre.
Bill Elms Associates Ltd has grew from strength to strength into the region’s premier communications company specialising in the arts, live entertainment, and ticketed events, successfully managing the marketing and PR for many high-profile events, festivals and venues.

Clients include (past and present)
ATG Theatres (Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Milton Keynes), The Lowry, Storyhouse Chester, Epstein Theatre, Capstone Theatre, St Helens Theatre Royal, Hope Mill Theatre, Liverpool Carnival Company.

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