John Bishop, Dara Ó Briain, Deirdre O’Kane, Michael McIntyre, Des Bishop, Jason Byrne, Joanne McNally and Tommy Tiernan all took to the stage.
Belinda Carlisle may have cancelled her Cork show on Wednesday due to a throat infection, but there are plenty more opportunities on the way for fans of 20th-century popular music.
Des O'Driscoll has you covered on all things entertainment to watch out for this week.
The title - ‘The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read’ - is catchy if nothing else, but Philippa Perry’s parenting book delivers on everything it promises, writes mum of two Suzanne Harrington.
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A Dublin doctor found herself as Michael McIntyre’s unexpected star this week and knocked it out of the park.
Who’d have thought channelling the vibe of a 1970s game show host would work for a 24-year-old Dublin comedian?
Comic Al Porter will be giving a “lorra lorra laughs” as he plays matchmaker on TV3’s Blind Date.
Michael McIntyre is adding a second date to the Irish leg of his Big World tour.
If it's anything like his TV show, we can't wait.
Al Porter has been announced as the presenter of Today FM’s lunchtime show.
Sorry Ryan, this is where it’s at tonight.
Just 23, and still living at home with his mum, Al Porter has become one of Ireland’s biggest comedic talents. After lunch with him, Marjorie Brennan understands why.
Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today
Game of Thrones returns to Sky Atlantic on Monday at 9pm.
First Dates Ireland begins on RTÉ2 on Thursday at 9.30pm.
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Vicki Notaro meets Al Porter, one of the brightest talents Irish comedy has seen in a long time.
MUSIC NEWS: Apple Music, the new streaming music service gets a boost today with the release of Dr Dre’s Compton: A Soundtrack exclusively on that facility and the almost traditional format, iTunes.
Here’s a quick recap of all the weeks entertainment news.
Some Easter Sunday shows for your viewing pleasure.
RACHEL STEVENS is reaching for the sky — yet again, says Irene Feighan.
Our spolier-free guide to the best of today's TV.
'I'm sure we can get a couple of photo bombs in here, lads. Let's go for it'
Michael McIntyre is coming to Ireland - although not for another year.
Your daily spoiler-free guide to what to look out for on the box.
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Showbiz veteran Bruce Forsyth has described the agonising decision which forced him to choose spending more time with his family over continuing his Strictly odyssey.
Ms Motivator: Waterford woman Aoife Hearne is the dietician on Operation Transformation.
David Jason says Miley Cyrus "epitomises" everything wrong with society.
NEVER mind the showbands — here’s Tommy Tiernan.
Sold-out concerts by One Direction and Van Morrison at Dublin’s O2 last year were not enough to prevent the group that operates the venue incurring a 17% drop in pre-tax profits to £4.99m (€5.83m).
SENIOR Cork footballer Aidan Walsh, 23, may be on his college summer holidays but there is no time to let the grass grow under his feet.
The English papers faced by about 53,000 Leaving Certificate students were based on themes of storytelling and humour.
After six years of hard work, a few months of cramming and at least one sleepless night, the class of 2013 finally took the first step on their Leaving Certificate gauntlet yesterday.
Victoria Beckham has been crowned Woman Of The Decade at the 2013 Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London.
The market research people would struggle to find the demographic that Keith Farnan is aiming for with his latest comedy show, but that’s kind of how he likes it. The show is an exploration of feminism entitled ‘How much is that woman in the window?’.
One Direction and Robbie Williams helped Dublin’s O2 last year gross over $41m (€32m) and to jump one place to become the fourth- best attended music arena in the world.
James Corden married fiance Julia Carey yesterday.
STEWART LEE doesn’t do “fast gags”.
Amanda Holden has confirmed she will return to the next series of 'Britain's Got Talent'.
Top British comic Michael McIntyre may have had his Irish audience in stitches but he ended up on crutches during his hit show this week after injuring his leg while carrying out an energetic skit.
Some of the biggest stars of the small screen will be on the red carpet tonight at the TV Baftas.
MUSIC NEWS: If you’re considering getting an emo haircut for summer, this report from Down Under may make you think again.
COMEDY CAPERS: He splits opinion between those who love or loathe him, but top British comic Michael McIntyre will probably sell out his three nights at Cork Opera House from Jun 25-27.
A TV drama about serial killer Fred West headed the shortlist for the TV Baftas today with nominations for four awards.
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