Here's how to watch The Late Late Toy Show from wherever you are in the World

Here's how to watch The Late Late Toy Show from wherever you are in the World

Wondering whether you can watch this year's Late Late Toy Show from wherever you may be around the globe?

The answer is: YOU CAN!

RTÉ have now made The Late Late Toy Show available to watch live and on-demand on RTÉ Player across desktop, mobile and tablet for up to 21 days.

Yeah!

For Irish families living abroad we are delighted that our much-loved tradition can now be passed on to the next generation and of course for all those who just long for a little piece of home during the festive season.

Lying on the beach watching the Toy Show on your iPad, sounds like heaven to us!

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