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Video Games Live

I went to Video Games Live last night in the National Concert Hall Dublin (as mentioned over on Culch.ie) and it was so much fun!

what is it?
the website videogameslive.com says “Video Games Live™ is an immersive concert event featuring music from the most popular video games of all time. Top orchestras & choirs perform along with exclusive video footage and music arrangements, synchronized lighting, solo performers, electronic percussionists, live action and unique interactive segments to create an explosive entertainment experience”.
Blah Blah Blah. look it’s so not that stuffy. It’s orchestras at their finest; having fun whilst blowing you away with the incredible skill and a high does of Nostalgia thrown in. You name me any other concert where a 14 year old audience member can play guitar hero live on stage with a full orchestra accompaniment and guitar rock.
There was an incredible buzz in the crowd for the whole show (and it is a Show) and the composers/creators/artists were obviously enjoying themselves too.

It’s been going since 2002 and it’s about time it hit Ireland, thanks to all who made that happen. Thanks to the NCH orchestra and Celtic Voices Choir who executed it with such gusto!

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Cute Ass

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You can RSVP if you’ll be there on the face book page.

The original email:
“Hi all,
I am organising a comedy night at the Laughter Lounge to fund a trek in Romania for May 2010. The trek will be over 70km in 4 days into the Bucegi Mountains. The proceeds of this trek will be going straight to the two Irish charities involved, Fighting Blindness and Diabetic Federation of Ireland.

Because of the times, the two charities have come together and organised this Trek for much needed funds due the increase in people with both conditions.
If this isn’t your cup of tea, I will be organising more fundraiser between now and March, but you can also buy a ticket and give it to someone with an interest.

For more information or if you would like to participate yourself:

Fighting Blindness:
http://www.fightingblindness.ie/Default.aspx?css=1&sid=1

Diabetes Federation of Ireland:
http://www.diabetesireland.ie/Website/content/default.aspx