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Monday 11 December 2017

Madonna tickets go on sale

TICKETS to see the queen of pop in action go on sale tomorrow at 8am. The ultimate Material Girl, aka Madonna, will be flying into Ireland this summer for what promises to be a night to remember. She'll be taking to the stage at the Aviva stadium on July 24 -- with other dates to see her world tour already sold out. Her eagerly-awaited tour will kick off in Tel Aviv on May 29 before sweeping across Europe, taking in 26 cities before she performs all over north America.

•The style set will be heading to Shelbourne Hotel for the Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) pure style fashion lunch on March 2. New mum Pamela Flood will host proceedings. Our top models will be taking to the catwalk to show off all the latest designer looks from Arnotts, while attendees enjoy a champagne reception. There will also be entertainment, a raffle and auction with all proceeds going towards CRY.

This is the organisation set up by the parents of Peter Greene (15) who died unexpectedly in 2002. Tickets for the event cost €100 and are available from lebbs@cry.ie.

•Everyone'S favourite magic man Paul Daniels will be returning to Ireland this summer as he brings his new tour to Vicar Street. Entitled Hair Today Gone Tomorrow, the Welsh star will be joined by his lovely wife Debbie McGee on stage at the venue on May 6 as they perform their unique comedy magic. Tickets are on sale from next Monday.

•Hit show Calendar Girls will be coming back to Dublin later this month when the Grand Canal Theatre plays host to the popular production. Starring Lynda Bellingham from Loose Women and TV star Helen Herriot, it went down a storm with audiences last time it was here.

Now the cheeky cast will be treading the boards at the southside theatre from February 27 to March 3.

•The Insider prides itself on being a cultured column. So we'll naturally be showing off our culinary expertise at the third annual Great Irish Foodie quiz.

The annual event, which was originally hosted in Fallon & Byrne, has now been moved to the circle club of the Grand Canal.

All proceeds will go towards Down Syndrome Ireland, with a table for four costing €80.

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