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Monday 21 January 2019

fff Usher fans will be delighted to hear that the R'n'B star is bringing his new tour, The UR Experience to Europe and Dublin is one of the lucky selected cities.

fff Usher fans will be delighted to hear that the R'n'B star is bringing his new tour, The UR Experience to Europe and Dublin is one of the lucky selected cities.

His show will feature his major hits spanning his 20 year career. He'll also be rocking out to new music from his highly anticipated eighth studio album. Tickets for his Dublin gig at the 3Arena are €39.05 and go on sale this Friday at 9am from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

fff Irish girls are known for their love of Penneys and that love is set to go even deeper as the retail giant begin the roll-out of beauty parlours at their stores.

The expansion into beauty treatments will see shoppers offered threading, tinting, extensions and a multitude of manicure services alongside their fashionable wares. Dublin's Mary Street store is one of the first Penneys outlets that will offer the beauty treatments.

fff For those looking for somewhere new to go out that's only a stone's throw from the city, a new pop-up club is opening at the Mantra in Maynooth this Saturday from 10pm. There will be special guest appearances from Corrie's Ryan Thomas and Emmerdale's Adam Thomas. And model and former Playboy bunny Louise Kavanagh will definitely be the hostess with the mostest.

fff Those looking for a fun play at the Dublin Theatre Festival should check out Adishatz/Adieu by Jonathan Capdevielle.

It's a self portrait of a small town French boy who loves singing and lip-syncing especially to Madonna. There are English subtitles for the parts in French and the play runs at the Project Arts Centre until Saturday. Tickets are €20 and are available from www.dublintheatrefestival.com

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