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Social Pics: Heineken(R) Light Have It All Series in The Odeon & Wilton Place


by Aoife Loughnane
07th Jun 2017

Katie Ryan and Karen Donnolly

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Heineken? Light showcased that sometimes, lighter is better at the launch of the ?Have It All Series?, featuring RT? 2FM Live with Jenny Greene and the RT? Concert Orchestra performing two very different sets – one intimate in The Odeon Dublin last night and one EPIC in Wilton Place this morning.

The events kick-started the Have It All Series, which takes place throughout the year and will give Heineken Light fans a jam-packed experience of a ?great tonight? event, and then the ?great tomorrow? experience.

In the Odeon, the orchestra performed a pared back gig, while Jenny Greene discussed the inspiration behind one of the most talked about Irish collaborations of the past year. Guests at the events included rugby player Hannah Tyrrell, TV presenter Cassie Stokes, Olympian Ollie Dingley, and models Lynn Kelly and Jess Hayes.

Speaking from the Odeon, Jenny Greene said,??the last year has been a total whirlwind, we’re suddenly performing at sell-out gigs! It was so good to just sit down and actually take stock at the #HaveItAllSeries and chat with the team about the collaboration.?

This morning, Jenny and the full 48 piece RT? Concert Orchestra performed their most unique gig to date, in Wilton Place, on Dublin’s Grand Canal.

Jim Geraghty, Heineken? Senior Sponsorship Manager, said: ?The Heineken Light Have It All Series kicked off in style – two great, different gigs, showing that people can have a great tonight, and great tomorrow as well.?

Photos: Anthony Woods

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