The line-up for this week’s Late Late Show has been revealed

The line-up for this week’s Late Late Show has been revealed and there is plenty of craic agus ceol planned for the show which will air on Thursday night instead of it’s usual Friday night slot. The show this week will embody the spirit of St Patrick’s Day showcasing the very best of Irish music, comedy and sport.

Olympic Gold medal winner, Kellie Harrington will be joining Ryan in the studio straight from the parade where she is serving as the Grand Marshal. She will be chatting to Ryan about her first foray back in the boxing ring since her win in Tokyo.

Kellie will also be talking about how busy the next few weeks will be for her, with her upcoming wedding to her fiancé as well as the World Championships in Istanbul.

Kellie Harrington
Kellie Harrington

Fellow sportsman, Stephen Kenny will also be on to talk about signing his new contract to stay on as manager of the Irish men’s international football team.

Comedian, Oliver Callan will be in the studio to keep us entertained with his iconic impressions and will be joined by whole host of well-known Irish voices on the night.

There will also be lots of music on the night including Moya Brennan from legendary Irish group Clannad, as well as Paul Noonan from Bell X1.

Persian/Irish group Nava will be making their Late Late debut with an incredible fusion performance and rising star of the Folk world Dan McCabe will be in studio to give his own rousing version of ‘A Song for Ireland’.

On the night there are also going to be plenty of surprises as well as the Late Late Show St Patrick’s Award will be presented live on the night and will pay homage to the victims of the war in Ukraine.

Speaking about the special Ryan said;  “I am very excited about our show on St Patrick’s night. We look forward to welcoming everyone from right around the world on RTÉ Player where we will be raising a glass or a mug to everyone who calls Ireland home. We are all family, and we will gather together to remind ourselves of why we love being Irish.”

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