Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Derry Gray, Eilish Finan, Alison Cowzer and Michael Carey at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball.photo Kieran Harnett no reopro fee Irish stars light up the red carpet at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball at Dublin’s InterContinental Hotel 12th May 2018 Tonight Irish stars and guests graced the red carpet at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball at the InterContinental Hotel, Dublin, in support of the LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children Hospice charity. The night was held in celebration of the little heroes who benefit from the support of LauraLynn Children’s Hospice. The five-star gala evening raised much needed funds for the specialist hospice care provided by LauraLynn to children with life-limiting conditions and their families. The night was filled with glamour as the who’s-who in Irish society came together in support of these little heroes. Guests gave generously over the course of the evening as they enjoyed an evening of entertainment with host and MC Miriam O’ Callaghan with music provided by Perfect Day and the Diva Singing Waiters. For further media information, please contact: Aisling Hinchy LauraLynn, Communications / PR Executive ahinchy@lauralynn.ie 087 6966884
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Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Ailish Cantwell and Charlotte Doyle at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball. photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Aldagh McDonagh and Tony Mc Poland at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball. photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Andrew and Claire Paul at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball.photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Ann Cooney and Carmel Shiel at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball. photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Barry Murphy and Flo McSweney at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball.photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Chantal Hourihan and Sam Burke Kennedy at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball. photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018
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Debbie O'Donnell and Jonny Carroll at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball. photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Denisa and Simon Morgan at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball.photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018
Kieran Harnett

Derry Gray, Eilish Finan, Alison Cowzer and Michael Carey at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Emma Coppola and Claire Ronan at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball. photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Gary and Majella O'Connor at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball. photo Kieran Harnett

Social Diary: Irish Stars Step Out in Support of The LauraLynn Heroes Ball 2018

Georgia O'Callaghan at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball. photo Kieran Harnett

On Saturday May 12th, Irish stars and guests graced the red carpet at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball at the InterContinental Hotel, Dublin.

The night was held in celebration of the little heroes who benefit from the support of LauraLynn Children’s Hospice.

The five-star gala evening raised much needed funds for the specialist hospice care provided by the hospice to children with life-limiting conditions and their families.

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Debbie O’Donnell and Jonny Carroll at the third annual LauraLynn Heroes Ball.
photo Kieran Harnett

Sponsored by DCC and Marks and Spencer, the gala evening will raise much needed funds for the palliative care that LauraLynn provides to children with life-limiting conditions and their families.

The night was filled with glamour as the who’s-who in Irish society came together in support of these little heroes.

Guests gave generously over the course of the evening as they enjoyed an evening of entertainment with host and MC Miriam O’ Callaghan with music provided by Perfect Day and the Diva Singing Waiters.

A number of prestigious items were up for grabs on the night, from a diamond ring, a Robert Shaw painting, Rolling Stone tickets, to a once in a life time 5* luxury stay at Chalet Les Anges, Zermatt, Switzerland 10 people!

To see all the guests who graced the red carpet on the night click through to the gallery above.

You can find our more about the hospice at lauralynn.ie.


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