Spend some time in the presence of Ireland's legendary broadcaster Gay Byrne as he reminisces about his life and times in the public eye.
Learn the inside stories about the many historic events in his life from being the first man to interview the Beatles on TV to his record setting run of presenting the Late Late show from 1962 to 1999.
Referred to as the man who steered Ireland through its formative years as it found its feet as the youngest country in Europe by his judicious airing of sensitive and sometimes explosive topics on the Late Late, this show will not only inform but will also delight as Gay performs songs and sketches and will be joined for a special number by a surprise guest.
Don't miss this one-off, very special event, not just as an extraordinary evening's entertainment but also as an opportunity to help raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society.
The show is on Sunday 18th September 2011 at 7.30pm
All tickets €50
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