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FFF SINGING stalwart Bonnie Tyler will appear on stage at the Electric Ireland Power House. The iconic 80s star will perform on Saturday, August 30, down on Stradbally Estate and will be entertaining ticket holders with a string of her old chart-topping power ballads. Over the few days, revellers will also be able to enjoy the energy of 80s tribute band Spring Break and the Electric Ireland Disco Brunch with DJs from around the country getting involved.

FFF THE fashion pack will be out in force today to check out the new autumn/winter collections at BT2. Flocking to the Drury Buildings in the city centre, the who's who will get a sneak peak at what is due to land in store in the coming weeks. BT2 will welcome five exclusive new labels this season - Designers Remix, Shrimps, Comme des Garcons, Self Portrait Studio and MiH Collection will be hanging on the rails for stylish shoppers.

FFF FOR one week only, legendary director and playwright Steven Berkoff will bring The Actor's Lament to Irish audiences. Running at the Gaiety Theatre from September 1 to 6, The Actor's Lament reunites him with fellow actors Jay Benedict and Andree Bernard and describes the bizarre lives of performers. Tickets are priced from €20 including booking fee and are on sale now. For more information go to www.ticketmaster.ie.

FFF THE countdown to the 2014 Rose of Tralee International Festival officially starts today, as 32 Irish and International Roses line up to meet Kerryman and presenter Daithi O'Se at Dublin Airport. The festival kicks off this Friday and runs until Tuesday, August 20. Dad-of-one Daithi is at the helm for the fifth year running and is hoping they can top last year's on-stage marriage proposal.