Ryan Tubridy is to leave the RTE studio in Donnybrook and venture out into the South West for an upcoming edition of his Friday night show.
The upcoming St. Patrick's Day 'Late Late Show' episode is to take place in the sunny south-west, in county Limerick. On Friday, March 13th, the University Concert Hall on the University of Limerick campus will be over-run with plenty of celebrities for the newest edition of the live chat show.
In the weekend leading up to St Patrick's Day 2020, Fáilte Ireland have inspired the show to hit the road, and discover more parts of Ireland than the four walls of its studio in Donnybrook. There's been no word yet on who will be joining Ryan on the Limerick edition of the show, but expect the best and brightest of Irish talent, who will be celebrating Irishness and community spirit.
⭐️LIMERICK ⭐️The #LateLate Show is on the way! The show will be live from Limerick City on Friday 13th March and we’d love to see you there!
To apply for tickets, head to https://t.co/uPBMbHs0gr 👈 pic.twitter.com/fqHolxkL3k
— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) February 27, 2020
Of course, this isn't the first time that the chat show has hit the road. You'll remember in October 2018, the 'Late Late Show' travelled to the UK and was broadcast from London, where Ryan was joined by Graham Norton. The Irish staple also broadcast from the Wexford Opera House in 2008.
The 'Ryan Tubridy Radio Show' on RTÉ Radio 1 will also be broadcast live from Limerick on Thursday, March 12th and Friday, March 13th from 9-10am, ahead of the 'Late Late Show Live in Limerick' on March 13th at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.
Audience tickets are already available for the 'Late Late Show' in Limerick - you can apply for yours by going onto the RTE website (by clicking here).
Here's a clip from the London version of the show, where Ryan was joined by Angela Scanlon, Laura Whitmore, and Brendan O'Carroll.