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FFF THE red carpet will be rolled out next week for the Irish premiere of Let's Be Cops. The VIP event will take place at Cineworld on Dublin's Parnell Street on August 26, and a string of well-known faces are expected to attend. Among the guests will be radio DJ Dermot Whelan, Dave Moore, Aidan Power, Joe Canning, Nikki Hayes and Kevin Shackleton.

FFF SINGER Bap Kennedy (below) is to headline a special concert on September 13 in Co Down with his band The Breadheads to raise funds for suicide awareness charity PIPS. The Belfast-born performer will donate his time alongside a number of local musicians and bands in memory of Natania Hagan and Graham Ross, two young people who tragically took their own lives. Over his 30-year career, Bap has collaborated with artists such as Mark Knopfler and Van Morrison. The concert will take place in the Delamont Walled Garden.

FFF CLASSICAL music is not for the faint hearted, but aficionados will flock to the National Concert Hall next month to watch US pianist Stephen Kovacevich perform. The recital is being staged as part of the venue's International Concert Series 2014/2015 and Stephen, one of the most revered talents of his generation, will play on September 24, at 8pm. Tickets are priced from €35 and are on sale now. For more information go to www.nch.ie.

FFF FAIR City actor Maclean Burke will give a 20-minute performance at the Axis Theatre in Ballymun tonight with his new stage production Joe Prop. The one-man play tells the story of 12-year-old bullied rugby fan Joe Kavanagh and his best friend, a bear known as Teddy. A nationwide tour takes place in September.