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LADIES, get your dancing shoes at the ready as a Take That legend – no, not Gary Barlow – arrives in Dublin.

Mark Owen has been confirmed to play a special show at the Olympia Theatre on Wednesday, June 19. Tickets are just €29.50, including booking fee, and go on general sale tomorrow at 9am.

MICHAEL O'Sullivan, actor and founder of the Red Raven Theatre Company, is back in award-winning Mass Appeal, which runs from tonight to Saturday at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum.

This will be followed by a short tour in Cork, Wexford, Kilkenny and Waterford.

Starring O'Sullivan in the role of Fr Tim Farley, alongside German actor Felix Everding, the two-man show is an amusing and psychological presentation of the relationship between parish priest Father Farley and seminarian Mark Dolson.

CHEF and broadcaster Rozanne Stevens launched the second cookbook in her 'Ish' series in the swish Gisbon hotel last night.

Relish BBQ And Al Fresco Food offers a snapshot of the best of outdoor dining across 10 countries.

It will be available from mid-May in all leading bookstores at €19.99.

Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca became a silver screen classic when Alfred Hitchcock's adaptation hit theatres back in 1940. And now there's a chance to catch her haunting and gothic drama in The Mill Theatre in Dundrum.

The Sandyford Little Theatre are recreating the story using the original radio play format.

Du Maurier's stories are always loaded with suspense, deception and nut jobs – so this is well worth checking out. Rebecca runs until May 11.

TO celebrate the release of The Smurfs 2 this summer, Sony Pictures Ireland is putting on a Smurftastic party to celebrate Global Smurfs Day on June 22.

And to kick off the celebrations in style, Right Said Fred have Smurfed-up their massive global hit I'm too Sexy as I'm Too Smurfy.