- Film & TV
- 22 Apr 22
Rising pop-star Maisie Peters will perform live in studio ahead of her Croke Park gig supporting Ed Sheeran this weekend.
Tonight’s Late Late Show will welcome an exciting lineup of music, comedy, and a bit of ventriloquism.
Cork podcasters Timmy Long and James Leonard, also known as The Two Norries, will talk with host Ryan Tubridy about their own stories of addiction and recovery and how these experiences inspired their groundbreaking new podcast.
Tubridy will also meet internationally renowned Irish DJ Annie Macmanus- aka Annie Mac -to discuss the resurgence of clubbing after two years of empty venues. The former top BBC Radio host will also open up about her exciting new career as an author.
Maisie Peters, who opens for Ed Sheeran at Cork Park this weekend, will perform 'Psycho' off her 2021 debut album You Signed Up for This. The album opened at No.2 on the UK Albums Chart and led to Peters’ own US headline tour last month.
Westmeath comedian Alison Spittle will also be live in studio tonight to discuss the peculiar inspirations behind her new show and why English sausage is "a thing of horror".
Ventriloquist and comedian Nina Conti will also be bringing the laughs as she wows the tonight's audience with her cracking abilities as a matchmaker.
The Late Late Show will also welcome the cast of the hit West End and Broadway musical Girl from the North Country. Based on the music of Bob Dylan, this uplifting and universal story about family and love will be at the 3Olympia theatre for a 5 week stay from from 25th June to 30th July. “My songs couldn’t be in better hands,” Dylan says of the show’s writer/director Conor McPherson.
.@2NorriesPodcast, DJ @anniemacmanus, comedian @AlisonSpittle and ventriloquist @ninaconti among the guests for tomorrow's #LateLate ☺️
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- Film & TV
- 18 Nov 21