320 kids and Tubridy to take to the stage for Jungle Book themed Toy Show

320 kids and Tubridy to take to the stage for Jungle Book themed Toy Show

Hundreds of children are taking to the stage for the annual Toy Show tonight.

320 kids will perform – the biggest number ever, and hundreds of toys will be put through their paces on the show which has a Jungle Book theme this year.

Host Ryan Tubridy says it's always an exciting night.

"Well the theme this year, a personal favourite of mine in terms of music and movies, is The Jungle Book.

"If you remember the cartoon version as opposed to the real one more recently, it's gorgeous and it features Louis Prima as King Louis, lots of brass, sass, and percussion."

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