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Sunday 22 October 2017

FFF RTE's Ryan Tubridy will be leaving the cosy environs of RTE today to do the honours at a launch event. The Late Late Show host will be unveiling the new addition to the tourist bus trail, the Dublin Cityscape luxury sightseeing coach. He'll be overseeing proceedings at the RDS as more details are revealed about the new tourist initiative.

FFF RTE's Ryan Tubridy will be leaving the cosy environs of RTE today to do the honours at a launch event. The Late Late Show host will be unveiling the new addition to the tourist bus trail, the Dublin Cityscape luxury sightseeing coach. He'll be overseeing proceedings at the RDS as more details are revealed about the new tourist initiative.

FFF There's a tasty new addition to Dublin's culinary scene. The Old Music Shop restaurant will be formally launched tomorrow evening at an invite-only bash. True-blue Dub Alan Brogan will be guest of honour on the night as attendees check out the new eatery, which is located on the former Walton's music shop on North Frederick Street. Featuring Irish and European cuisine prepared by executive chef Carlo Alambi, there will be a feast of entertainment and prizes for guests on the night.

FFF The Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together roadshow will be coming to the Blanchardstown centre this Thursday. Running for three days, families will be treated to a host of kids entertainment, face painting and magic shows. The Cheerios wishing well will be located outside the entrance to the Odeon cinema and will also stage a special charity screening of Disney's Frozen on Saturday, September 27. All proceeds will go towards Childline with tickets priced at €7.50.

FFF English funnyman Lee Evans will be bringing his quirky show to the 3 Arena this winter. He has confirmed he'll be performing Monsters on November 11 and 12. His ambitious tour will take in over 50 nights in some of the biggest arenas around the UK before he comes to Dublin. And he's certainly one man who likes being on the road, having performed to over 1,605,000 people over a 10-year period.

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