From Love Shack to Rocko’s Modern Life learn how Pat Irwin turned a successful career as a rock musician into a hit tv show and film. He’s going to be sharing the secret to his success over dinner and a show at the Hopewell Theater in Hopewell, New Jersey on May 12.
Pat will bring the story of his creative journey to life with clips in his multimedia presentation. He’s rumored to be a captivating storyteller and known to be a rocking musician so his presentation is expected to entertain as well as inform.
Pat is probably best known as a member of the B-52s. He was also in The Raybeats and recently PI Power Trio. Now he’s composing for the film Rocko’s Modern Life, an Australian cartoon about a wallaby and his friends, which found success on Nickelodeon. He has spent years creating scores for hit shows like Nurse Jackie, Bored to Death and Feed the Beast.
The three-course Thai supper from Siam before Pat’s show will be BYOB. Upon reservation, guests get to select their choice of entrée.
The Supper Club starts at 6 pm and is followed by the 8 pm multimedia talk by Pat Irwin. Tickets include dinner and Pat Irwin’s multimedia program.
For tickets call the box office at (609) 466-1964. The Hopewell Theater is located at 5 S. Greenwood Ave., Hopewell NJ 08525