RTÉ is very proud of ‘Toy Show the Musical’ and it doesn’t distract from our radio and television work.

RTÉ is pleased to open Toy Show the Musical this Wednesday night.

The audience response so far has been amazing. Families and kids really loved the show with its amazing cast of kids and adults, new original songs, beautifully choreographed choreography, and a unique Irish family story that seems to really capture the imagination. images of both children and adults.

This will always be a child-led program for children, suitable for Toy exhibition it’s him.

RTÉ is the center of Irish life, Irish culture and Irish media. We have an extensive public money and a wide range of journalistic and cultural obligations. As media businesses, RTÉ, as a dual-funded public service media organization, has an obligation to diversify its commercial activities beyond advertising. We have to try new things, to develop and maintain all that we are supposed to do.

Surely when we do something new, it will attract attention. While the BBC (and other broadcasters) has developed many live programs based on some of its major television properties (e.g.: top gear, Seriously come to dance, Dr. Ai), this new program, developed over the past few years, is a fresh start for RTÉ.

After a difficult period for the live events industry, RTÉ is proud to support and invest in Irish theatrical and creative talent, writers, composers, actors and producers. producers, directors, designers and all production and engineering professionals. In total, between the creative team, cast and crew, this show is employing more than 100 people during its run, in addition to the live and established team.

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RTÉ’s toy show The Musical

We all know that there are very few opportunities in Ireland to take on projects of this size and ambition. We feel very fortunate to be able to give that opportunity to such a young and talented team, almost entirely Irish.

RTÉ supports the arts in many ways, but perhaps the most practical is to create meaningful creative opportunities and pathways for new talent.

Chosen by Maureen Hughes, who has discovered some of Ireland’s most extraordinary stage and screen talents over the past 20 years, we’re sure that anyone who has seen some of the child actors on this show, are all looking at the future adult stars of Stage and screen. That was our main goal in developing this program.

We are also delighted to offer Irish audiences a new, original and unique Irish musical to sit alongside international musical productions that frequent Dublin. While Irish audiences certainly love the best of Disney, the West End and Broadway, we wanted to give audiences a show that’s rooted here – part of our culture and imagination. , but also has the same ambition and production value. To do that requires investment in development and talent as well as a willingness to look at returns for many years. It also requires a willingness to take risks – creative projects like musicals, movies or original TV series are always inherently risky.

The personal messages of support from the cast and crew of other live shows in Dublin and the practical support of so many people from around the relatively small Irish production and theater world have been greatly appreciated. recommended.

There really is a great spirit of fellow in the theatrical world. Those who participate in live theater know how difficult it is to finance, develop, and produce high-quality original work that audiences will respond to. They also know that it has always been a mixed ecosystem of publicly funded and commercial products.​

Some efforts to pit Musical performance against other productions is at odds with the broad support we have received from the theatrical world. It also conflicts with the amount of airtime support that RTÉ regularly provides for these types of live events through its RTÉ Arts Support program.

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Likewise, RTÉ’s commercial airtime has been, and always has been, open to commercial live productions, in fact now a host of other Christmas shows being heavily advertised on streaming services. service of RTÉ. There is no limit to access to the RTÉ platform for commercial product promotion. Like all broadcasters, we advertise our own programs and are expressly authorized by our governing body to cross-promote program-related projects such as Musical performance outside of commercial airtime.

While this show is a big production, it is a small part of the audience RTÉ program this November and December. It didn’t distract RTÉ from delivering the most successful World Cup ever or broadcasting news documentaries like Hometown Quynh. RTÉ has ​​long had to do many things at once, which is what we are here to do.

Musical toy performance is a fictional story revolving around 12-year-old Nell Mooney as she, along with local children, must find a way to save her family and Toy exhibition The night is in danger and keep everyone’s favorite TV show alive. Irish like. RTÉ is very proud of this program. Yesterday at 12:30 of our show we had 1,700 kids from local schools attending the show and they almost blew the roof off with excitement. Come and see for yourself.

Dee Forbes is the General Manager of RTÉ

https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/theatre-arts/rte-is-very-proud-of-toy-show-the-musical-and-it-has-not-distracted-from-our-radio-and-television-work-42226208.html RTÉ is very proud of ‘Toy Show the Musical’ and it doesn’t distract from our radio and television work.

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