RTÉ apologizes for the cancellation of its brand new Toy Show musical due to illness

RTÉ issued their “sincere apology” when it was announced that the all-new Toy Show the Musical had been canceled this weekend.

The broadcaster said it was “deeply sorry” for being forced to cancel its afternoon and evening shows and three shows tomorrow.

“The team did everything they could to avoid this situation and are truly sorry for the inconvenience caused,” a spokesperson added, blaming the cast and crew for being affected by the illness. disability.

“It is with great regret that due to the cast and crew’s illness, RTÉ Toy Show the Musical has had to cancel its afternoon and evening performances today and three shows tomorrow,” a statement read.

“The team did everything possible to avoid this situation and sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused.

“Our ticketing partner Ticketsolve will contact holders of tickets for canceled shows as soon as possible regarding rescheduling or refund options.”

RTE said it will announce any changes to its planned shows from Tuesday as soon as we have more information about the impact of the illness on the cast and crew. Once again, we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused.”

The long-awaited performance finally hit the stage only last week for the festive season and will run in the capital until New Year’s Eve.

Opening night was a star-studded event as a host of familiar faces stepped out into Dublin’s Convention Center on Wednesday night.

Taking to the red carpet on Wednesday night to debut this spectacle was none other than Toy Show 2020 favorites, Adam King from Cork, while 2020 toy tester Saoirse Ruane and sister Her daughter Farrah Rose was also present.

And Toy Show 2021 star Jackson Kieran has been stirring up support for his brother Callum (also known as DJ Callum), who made his stage debut at Toy Show The Musical.

Country star Daniel O’Donnell was pictured with his grandchildren, Archie and Olivia, while RTÉ’s Ray D’Arcy stepped outside with his son Tom as co-star Kathryn Thomas took daughter Ellie with him.

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GAA legend Davy Fitzgerald and wife Sarah O’Loughlin also walked the red carpet at the Convention Center, as did Maia Dunphy and son Tom.

Inspired by the Late Late Toy Show, the new musical tells the story of 12-year-old Nell, who is determined to recreate her mother’s favorite Toy Show night tradition but struggles to convince her parents. family participate.

When disaster strikes, Nell and her friends must team up to save the night and make sure the Toy Show goes according to plan.

The brainchild of RTÉ producers Jane Murphy and Katherine Drohan, Toy Show The Musical is directed by Séimí Campbell.

Ceola Dunne from Co Meath, Clare Keely from Co Armagh and Doireann McNally from Dundalk were cast as Nell after a nationwide search.

Bridgerton and Derry Girls star Jamie Beamish will reprise the role of Nell’s father, along with Fair City star Clare Barrett as “Mam” and Emmerdale actress Anna Healy as “Nana”.

The musical will run until December 31 at The Auditorium, Convention Centre, Dublin with a ticket price of €25.

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