If you're a regular of Toner's pub in Dublin, you're probably aware that it's not normally a place that you might expect to bump into an internationally famous reggae/hip-hop star - much less see a gig by one.

However, tonight that's going to change as Shaggy - of 'It Wasn't Me', 'Boombastic' and 'Oh Carolina' fame - will play a gig at the Baggot Street establishment.

It's all part of 'The Bold Hour', a concept devised by Orchard Thieves, who are taking a stand against the clocks going back last weekend and making up for it by filling the hour from 6pm - 7pm tonight with something fun.

Shaggy's not the only celebrity dropping in to pubs around Ireland to celebrate The Bold Hour; Spencer Matthews of Made in Chelsea will make an appearance at The Front Door in Galway, where he will judge a lip-synching competition and give away prizes like flights to European cities, and Rearden's in Cork will see The Rubberbandits perform.

It's happening at 6pm tonight.