Event to be held at the Tyneside Irish Centre on Sunday 19th February 2017
Show Racism the Red Card present an evening with David Kelly, John Anderson and Gavin Webster.
David Kelly, affectionately known as Ned Kelly, is a former Republic of Ireland international footballer, who now works as a coach. He scored nine goals in 26 international games for the Republic of Ireland, and was a squad member for UEFA Euro 1988, the 1990 FIFA World Cup, and the 1994 FIFA World Cup. A forward, he scored a total of 250 goals in 744 league and cup appearances in a 19-year career in professional football.
John Anderson is a former professional footballer who played as a defender. He represented the Republic of Ireland, and played for club sides West Bromwich Albion, Preston North End and Newcastle United. He now works as a coach for Show Racism the Red Card and covers matches for BBC Radio Newcastle.
The evening’s entertainment is provided by North East comedian, Gavin Webster who made his debut in 1993 at the Barley Mow pub in Gateshead, on the same bill as Ross Noble. His television work includes Never Mind the Buzzcocks and the Stand-up Show. In 2011 he voiced Sid for Channel 4's series Blaps adapted from the Viz. He has previously played Edinburgh in 2003, 2008, 2009 and 2011. He also had a residency at The Stand Comedy Club in Newcastle every Sunday called 'Gavin Webster's Northumbrian Assembly'. He appears in a minor role in the 2016 Ken Loach film I, Daniel Blake.
This event has been kindly supported by the Tyneside Irish Centre and the Football Supporters' Federation.
Sponsored by NASUWT, UNISON, NUT, Pay Less for Storage, Newcastles of the World, RMT, ASLEF, Unite the Union and Potts Print.
Sunday 19th February 2017
Tyneside Irish Centre
43 Gallogate Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
£5.50 advance from our online shop here or £7.00 on the door.
Poster for the event can be found here.
The event details are also on SRtRC Facebook page here.