The multi-talented star is delighted to be working on a show about his hero Jacques Brel, writes Alan O’Riordan.
The Après Match crew are hitting the road with a new live show that mixes harmless footie fun with skewering satire, writes Richard Fitzpatrick
THERE is something about Roy. It’s nearly a decade since Roy Keane last kicked a ball in professional football. Still, he holds our attention.
An all-star, eclectic line-up is expected to draw 20,000 revellers to the Killarney Festival of Music and Food, on June 27-28.
See what book Ted Walsh, Anne Enright, Peter Sheridan, Theo Dorgan and Gary Cooke think should be in your Christmas stocking.
A is for Asian angst
Highlights include John Creedon's retracing of Michael Collins's final day.
Highlights include Top of the Lake and Celebrity Masterchef Ireland
The insecurity of show business is not something that you objectively worry about, it’s something that you live.
The Abbey’s new version of Nikolai Gogol’s The Government Inspector demonstrates how apt the play is for our times, writes Pádraic Killeen
OUR football correspondent LIAM MACKEY is back in top form and full of energy.
Posh and Becks won’t be flying in to town to catch a Shakespeare-inspired comedy based on their glamorous lives, it emerged tonight.
CHRISTMAS will come early for the supporters of AC Milan this evening when the club’s new loan signing, a certain David Beckham, is officially unveiled before the game against Udinese in the San Siro.
The smash hit musical comedy 'I, Keano' is returning to the stage in the New Year.
COMEDIAN Gary Cooke has a nice line in making Alex Ferguson’s utterances sound even more indecipherable than the real thing. Not that Fergie needs much help.
Boookmaker Paddy Power have made ex-Big Brother housemate Ray Shah their 2/1 favourite to dance his way to victory in a one-off charity showing of Jigs ‘n’ Reels on New Years Eve.
HUNDREDS of Roy Keane’s hometown fans queued outside Cork Opera House yesterday as tickets for the critically acclaimed musical, I, Keano, went on sale.
THEY think it’s all over ... well it’s only just begun. I, Keano, the musical show of Roy Keane’s infamous Saipan row with Mick McCarthy, opens at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre from next Tuesday, February 8 until February 19.
The Saipan saga, which rocked Irish soccer, is set to divide the nation again except this time the battlefield will be Dublin’s Olympia Theatre.
HE came, he saw and he went home in a tiff.
SOME sentiments lend themselves to music more sweetly than others.
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