GAA glitterati out in force at the Olympia
IRELAND'S top GAA stars came out for the opening night of The All Star Wars at The Olympia last night.
RTE pundit Bernard Flynn was out to celebrate the first night of the show alongside Offaly footballer Roy Malone, manager Pascal Kelleghan and former hurling manager Johnny Dooley.
All the most famous personalities from the world of GAA are parodied in the new two-hour comedy show. Among those who have loaned their voices to the show are the legendary commentator Micheal O Muircheartaigh, Sunday Game pundit Tomas Mulcahy and RTE's Marty Morrissey.
wwwTHE who's who of Dublin's social scene were partying at the Corona Light launch this week.
Dublin's top models were spotted letting loose in the exclusive VIP area of Church for the launch of the low calorie drink this Monday. Model pals Roz Purcell and Lynn Kelly were joined by Bulletin TV presenter Daniella Moyles, Fade Street star Emily MacKeogh and Miriam O'Callaghan's star daughter Alannah McGurk.
wwwTICKETS are now on sale for top West End comedy musical Avenue Q.
The Tony Award-winning show will open in Dublin for the first time on Tuesday April 3 until Saturday April 7 in the Grand Canal Theatre.
The musical is about the hopeless characters on a downtown New York street, trying to make sense of life's burning issues: love, work, and relationships.