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The Insider

CAMILLE O'Sullivan has one of the sexiest voices the Diary has ever heard.

Her vocal ability is so sizzling that one critic commented that her voice sounded like 'it had been soaked in paraffin, one spark and the whole room would ignite".

So we're delighted the sensual songstress will be playing the Olympia Theatre on November 25. For more information see www.ticketmaster.ie

•Our favourite alternative theatre The Project Arts Centre has jazzed up Shakespeare's work in their latest offering, Text Messages.

Nine artists will present 160 lines of a Shakespeare play using two or more actors in no more than 20 minutes. Bitesize Shakespeare -- sounds perfect. Text Messages will run at The Project Arts Centre until tomorrow at 8.15pm.

•ANCHORS away! Tonight model Georgia Salpa will be getting into the festive swing of things in Dublin's docklands.

The Greek beauty will be switching on the Christmas lights aboard Dublin's landmark tall ship -- The Jeanie Johnston.

Georgia will also be donning her very own a dress that lights up.

The party kicks off in the IFSC at 6pm with the light ceremony taking place at 7pm.

•Aussie comedian Kevin Bloody Wilson will return for his final concert in Ireland on Friday.

The Australian comedian and songwriter first came to Ireland 25 years ago and will perform at Vicar Street to hardcore fans.