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Saturday 21 October 2017

Gaiety Theatre announce that this year's festive panto will be a music-filled adaptation of Peter Pan.

CHRISTMAS is less than 100 days away and the Gaiety Theatre have announced that this year's festive panto will be a music-filled adaptation of Peter Pan. Launched by legendary panto dame Joe Conlan on The Nicky Byrne show on 2FM yesterday, this will be the first time ever the iconic Dublin venue has staged the Neverland production and it will run for six weeks from December 1. Tickets are priced from €19.50 and are on sale now from all usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

FASHIONISTAS are scrambling to get their hands on Stella & Dot's new Foundation Inspire and Strength bracelets, to keep up with the trend but also to support a worthy cause. The pieces are €39 each and net proceeds of the sale of the bracelets will go to the Marie Keating Foundation until end of October. Shoppers can buy them from www.stelladot.ie.

FRESH from their blinding sold-out Olympia Theatre performance earlier this month, The Original Rudeboys have announced a special Christmas date at The Academy for their Dublin fans on Saturday, December 13. The boys will perform tracks from their second album All We Are, as well as fan favourite Never Gonna Walk Away. Tickets for the gig are priced from €20, including booking fee and are on sale today via Ticketmaster.

THEIR music went down a treat at this year's Electric Picnic, and every Sunday from now on, Dublin band The Eskies will bring their unique brand of folk music to the Porterhouse Central on Nassau Street, from 9pm, with free entry all night long. The quintet release their new single, Jesus Don't Save Me, on October 24 and will be celebrating with a nationwide tour in anticipation of their debut album After The Sherry Went Round.

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