Audience tickets for Pat Kenny's new UTV Ireland show now available
Pat Kenny's new entertainment show for UTV Ireland kicks off in May and audience tickets for the recordings are now available.
Pat Kenny In the Round will be filmed in front of a small studio audience of 150 people in the Round Room of the Mansion House on Dublin's Dawson Street.
Pat, who has hosted shows including Kenny Live, The Late Late Show, The Frontline and Prime Time on RTE, said his new show will be completely different.
“The look and feel of the series will be fresh and it’s unlike other formats which I have presented in the past," said Pat.
"It’s an opportunity to get an in-depth feeling for our guests, without too much time pressure. I hope the on-air feeling will be clutter-free, intimate and relaxed.
"Of course the format – being new – is not set in stone, and as with every other talk-based show I have presented in the past, it will certainly evolve over time.
"This is a yet another new beginning for me and I am hugely excited to be returning to television – particularly with the backing of such a great team at Coco Television and UTV Ireland.”
The show will be interview-focused with Pat delving into the personal and professional lives of his Irish and international guests.
It has not been revealed on which night Pat's new show will broadcast although it will compete with the Late Late Show and possibly Ray D'Arcy's new Saturday night show for guests even if it does not broadcast on the same night.
Audience tickets for Pat Kenny In The Round are available from Coco Television. To apply for tickets, you can complete the online form at www.utv.ie, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Franky on 01-4970817.
Pat Kenny In The Round will be recorded on April 9th and 15th and May 6th.
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