Things are starting to get festive around here!
I have two more dazzling recommendations for your upcoming weekend (and weekdays). One for home-viewing and the other for a phenomenal evening out!
THE LATE LATE TOY SHOW UNWRAPPED
The Late Late Toy Show Unwrapped is back and that can only mean one thing… It’s nearly Toy Show time!!!!!
Over 3 fun-filled evenings, The Late Late Toy Show superfans, David Rawle & Ian O’Reilly ( Moone Boy) will take you on an exclusive, access all areas, behind the scenes journey, as the excitement builds around the country.
Cracking open the RTE archive vaults for some wonderful iconic Toy Show moments (remember John Joe the Orologist?), you’ll see some golden moments from the Toy Shows of yesteryear. Prepare for the nostalgia to hit.
Watch the lovable madness, children auditioning and all of the other antics behind Ireland’s most beloved Christmas-time TV tradition! EXCITED!
Airing: Wed 29th, Thurs 30th, Fri 1st – next week – on RTE One at 7pm. Catch up on RTE player if you’re going to miss it!
Showing at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre from Tuesday 28th November to Saturday 2nd December for ONE WEEK ONLY, CABARET is a dazzling treat. The musical masterpiece stars WILL YOUNG as Emcee, a part that earned him an Olivier nomination, & the fabulous LOUISE REDKNAPP as Sally Bowles.
We’re probably all familiar with the story of Cabaret – surely everyone remembers Liza Minelli from the 1972 movie version – what a performance!
“Life is a Cabaret old chum, come to the Cabaret.”
It starts off with a ‘good boy-meets- bad girl’ premise.
Aspiring novelist Clifford Bradshaw arrives in Berlin in the early 1930s with his typewriter and chronic writer’s block. While taking in the sights at the seedy Kit Kat Klub—an emblem of the utter decadence of the era—he meets Sally, a singer at the underground club. They fall madly in love and spend far too much time hopping from party to party, before various romantic and sexual complications begin to rain down.
It’s an engaging story, set in a fascinating time – a prelude to Nazi Germany.
Definitely a must-see!
For more details and tickets, see the Bord Gais Energy Theatre site here.