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Tuesday 24 October 2017

FFF Raglan, a new clothes store and coffee shop is the most recent addition to Drury Street which is becoming Dublin's hippest area.

FFF Raglan, a new clothes store and coffee shop is the most recent addition to Drury Street which is becoming Dublin's hippest area.

The street has a history of being the former clothing district of Dublin and it's going back to its roots with the opening of this store which brings a laid-back approach to shopping. Pop in to 56-58 Drury Street, this is definitely a store to check out.

FFF Is your child a burgeoning star? Well the search is on for kids to star alongside Linda Martin, Simon Delaney, Fair City's Ryan Andrews, Al Porter and pop sensations Hometown in this year's Christmas panto Aladdin at the Olympia Theatre.

The producers are looking for talented singers and dancers from age seven upwards and auditions will take place on October 26 at the Olympia from 10am. For full details on go to www.olympiapanto.com. Successful candidates must be available for mid-term break October 27 to November 1 for rehearsals.

FFF Those looking for a night out should check out funnyman John Bishop at the 3 Arena on December 4 and 5.

After taking an 18-month break from comedy to pen his autobiography, Bishop is back with his Supersonic tour. Tickets are €39.50 and are available from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and www.ticketmaster.ie.

FFF Singer songwriter Gemma Hayes is returning to music and is doing it in style with her new track - Making My Way Back - appearing in this year's Aldi Christmas ad.

Gemma hasn't been performing since giving birth to a baby boy with Supervalu owner Stuart Musgrave in 2011. She performed the track at a special Christmas party for Aldi's guests last week and it will appear on her new album Bones + Longing.

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