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HHH Well-known faces from the world of music will be assembling at the Sound Training Centre in Temple Bar this evening. Ireland's first online music college will be officially launched by Harry Crosbie as he helps them cut the ribbon on the new city centre venture. Also on the guest list is Grammy-winning engineer Pat McCarthy, who has worked with such mega-stars as U2, REM, The Waterboys and Shakira. They're expected to be joined by Danny O'Donoghue from The Script after the Irish chart-toppers spent four months working on their new album at the southside studios.

HHH Well-known faces from the world of music will be assembling at the Sound Training Centre in Temple Bar this evening. Ireland's first online music college will be officially launched by Harry Crosbie as he helps them cut the ribbon on the new city centre venture. Also on the guest list is Grammy-winning engineer Pat McCarthy, who has worked with such mega-stars as U2, REM, The Waterboys and Shakira. They're expected to be joined by Danny O'Donoghue from The Script after the Irish chart-toppers spent four months working on their new album at the southside studios.

HHH Mario Rosenstock may not be back on our small screens this season. But the RTE star has no shortage of fans around Ireland. An extra date has just been added to his nationwide Gift Grub Live 3 tour as he continues drawing laughs from his comedy fans. Tickets to see him in action sold out in record time in some venues, with an extra 15 dates recently added to his smash hit tour, including November 29 at Glor Theatre in Ennis. The talented mimic features some of Ireland's best-known stars in his shows, including Marty Morrissey, Miriam O'Callaghan and Roy Keane. Tickets are priced at €35.

HHH Leinster's Sean O'Brien took time out from his training schedule to help launch a forthcoming fundraiser. The rugby star lined out with Rosanna Davison, Eoin McDevitt and adventurer Mark Pollock to unveil details of the 4th annual Life Style Sports Run in the Dark series. Taking place on November 12, people all over the world will be taking part to support the Mark Pollock Trust's mission to highlight the issue of paralysis. A number of 5km and 10km runs will take place in 30 cities worldwide including Dublin, Cork and Belfast.


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