My guy, and former 17th street resident Pat Fenton will be performing live…get out and check him out.
Tuesday night, February 19th, (THAT’S TONIGHT!) at the Cell Theatre in Chelsea, 338 West 23rd Street (between 8th and 9th avenues), New York, Pat will be one of the featured readers at the Irish American Artists and Writers salon.
Pat will be reading from a play he wrote about the writer Jack Kerouac.
Since its first appearance on stage at the Boston Playwright’s Theatre, “Jack’s Last Call: Say Goodbye to Kerouac,” has been recorded with a full cast on CD and aired on over 70 Public Radio Stations across the country.
Pat will be on the bill with T. J. English, who wrote the classic book of Irish American life in Hell’s Kitchen at a time when one gang ruled it all, “The Westies,” and his latest book, “Savage City,” actor Jack O’Connell who has appeared in “Mad Men,” and “Boardwalk Empire” and many other TV shows and movies will be reading.
Also, Larry Kirwan, leader of the Irish rock band Black 47 (there will be an excerpt from a film of a bus trip across Ireland with 3 busloads of his fans in 2003), and writer and newspaper columnist Mike Farragher author of “This is Your Brain On Shamrocks and his latest book, “50 Shades of Green.”
It all starts at 7:00 PM. Admission is free.
Donations to IAW&A appreciated.