One of the most eagerly anticipated events for Midlands fashionistas is the annual fashion extravaganza known as ‘The Show’ which returns to the Bridge House Hotel on Wednesday night next, November 16, after a two-year Covid gap.
The huge charity event, which is the brainchild of husband and wife team and well-known local business couple, Anthony and Kara Kearns, has selected The Ashling Murphy Memorial Fund and Accessible Counselling Tullamore (ACT) as their chosen charities for this year.
Anthony Kearns, proprietor of Guy Clothing, and Kara, proprietor of KODE Clothing, are delighted to be able to bring ‘The Show’ to Tullamore for the sixth year and are promising a bigger and better event than ever this year.
A number of brand ambassadors for Guy and KODEwill take to the catwalk to model some of their top fashion looks. Among them will be hugely popular country music star, Mike Denver, who will take to the stage at the interval to entertain the audience.
Other brand ambassadors who will be modelling on the night include former Kerry footballer, Dancing With the Stars champion and founder of AOM Fitness, Aidan O’Mahony; Offaly footballer Anton Sullivan; Westmeath senior footballer and Tailteann Cup champion, Kieran Martin and Elite Irish boxer and European bronze medallist, Gráinne Walsh.
They will be joined on the catwalk in the Bridge House Hotel by a host of other big names such as Tanisha Gorey, who plays Asha Alahan in Coronation Street; former RTE broadcaster, Michael Lyster; Westmeath footballer and Ultimate Hell Week participant, Boidu Sayeh; MEP and former Rose of Tralee winner, Maria Walsh and Meath comedian, Fred Cooke. Guy Clothing and KODE Clothing will be showcasing clothing from their stores at ‘The Show’. All proceeds from this year’s huge fashion event will go directly to the two deserving charities chosen by Anthony and Kara Kearns, the Ashling Murphy Memorial Fund and Accessible Counselling Tullamore.