‘Inform, Entertain and Engage’ Leviathan Political Cabaret will visit Dublin for an evening of frank discussion, public conversation and entertainment. “Communicating Europe” with Leviathan is designed to inform, entertain and engage the Irish public on EU issues. The Leviathan Roadshow will visit The Twisted Pepper, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin on Wednesday, November 6th at 6.30pm. Admission is free and open to the public. Sunday Independent columnist and broadcaster Carol Hunt will host and put forward topics of discussion to the panel which will include Minister of State for European Affairs Paschal Donohoe , Irish Independent columnist and former diplomat Eamon Delaney and political blogger, Jason O’Mahony with more names to be confirmed. The Leviathan Political Roadshow is a unique opportunity and forum for people to engage in EU issues. Well known Irish comedian Colm O’Regan will be on hand with his signature style of humour to lead the night into a lively and provoking political discussion. He will also take charge of the roaming microphone encouraging audience interaction for a night of integrated and equal discussion. Leviathan political cabaret, created in 2003 by Naoise Nunn is a live show that informs, entertains and engages the public through satire, comedy and music. Leviathan has previously been hosted by David McWilliams and has featured Bob Geldof, Dara Ó’ Briain, Des Bishop, former Government Ministers and current Irish president Michael D.Higgins as previous panel members. “The most important element of this roadshow is the public. They offer an authentic voice often unheard in mainstream media. There is a deepening awareness of the role the EU plays in our lives and whether you get stuck into the topic of conversation or passively enjoy the entertainment, the aim of ‘Communicating Europe’ is to inform, entertain and engage.” said Naoise Nunn, producer of Leviathan. Leviathan “Communicating Europe” will take place in The Twisted Pepper, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin on Wednesday, November 6th at 6.30pm. Admission is free and open to the public.