X FACTOR runner-up Rebecca Ferguson will be performing at the Grand Canal Theatre tomorrow night.
The gig is sold out but Dublin's top stars are expected to attend the intimate gig, which will see Liverpool-native Rebecca belting out her latest hit, Nothing's Real But Love.
The singer will also treat audiences to her new single, Too Good To Lose.
Rebecca came runner-up to X Factor winner Matt Cardle last year.
•Michelin-star restaurant Bon Appetit is launching its new Bespoke Bovine Menu at La Brasserie, the bistro at Bon Appetit in Malahide.
Bookings are now being taken for the new menu, which will be available every evening from Tuesday, March 13.
For what he describes as a Beef Bible, chef Oliver Dunne has sought out the very finest cuts of beef from the most flavourful rare breeds.
Each fortnight the menu will offer up to 12 different cuts of a selected breed, beginning with Aberdeen Angus and working on through Longhorn, Hereford, Dexter and Irish Moiled over the following weeks.
The highly anticipated menu has excited restaurant- lovers, so diners are being urged to book in advance.
•THE PPI Radio awards have announced a new Hall Of Fame, which will see Ireland's top radio stars recognised for their contribution to the industry.
The annual awards will see a committee admit members to the Hall Of Fame at the PPI Radio Awards ceremony on October 12, Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny.
Regulars at the national awards include Ray Foley, Marty Whelan, Ray D'Arcy and Nikki Hayes.
•X FACTOR star Olly Murs enjoyed a private bash in Lillie's Bordello during his stay.
The Xtra Factor presenter held his official tour wrap party in the VIP area after his gig in the O2 last week.
Olly was surrounded by female fans while he partied with his dancers, management and backstage crew.
He was celebrating the end of his tour. Olly even took to the piano on the night and treated fans to a sing-song.