Eurovision Comedy ‘Brendan Galileo For Europe’ Comes to Belfast!

‘Brendan Galileo For Europe’ is an award-winning, one man show, written and performed by Fionn Foley. Set against the backdrop of the Eurovision Song Contest, it is a timely look at European politics. The show debuted at the Dublin Fringe Festival and following its success there, embarks on a UK and Ireland tour in June through to August. It will play for one night in Belfast’s Lyric Theatre on 15th June.

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Review: Sarah McTernan- ’22’ (Ireland)

Artist: Sarah McTernan

Song: 22

Country: Ireland

Rating: ★★★★★★★★★☆

Ranking: 8th

Betting Odds: 251/1

Ireland came quite late to the game in 2019. They were one of the last nations to announce their acts for Eurovision when they chose Voice of Ireland singer Sarah McTernan as their choice for the Contest. She will sing the song ’22’. Find out our thoughts on the song.

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Eurovision Rehearsals Continue with Day Three!

Over the weekend all seventeen songs from Semi Final 1 took to the stage for the first time. Today the rehearsals moved to the acts in Semi Final 2’s first half and we got a sneak peek of the staging for the next set of contenders.

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Eurovision World Cup 2019 Group G: Results!

The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year in 2019. Group G saw Bilal Hassani, Sarah McTernan, Sergey Lazarev, Joci Papai and Nevena Bozovic do battle for France, Ireland, Russia, Hungary and Serbia respectively for the two spots in the next round. You’ve been voting since Sunday and now it’s time to reveal the results! Continue reading

Eurovision World Cup 2019: Group G!

The Eurovision NI World Cup returns for the fourth consecutive year and we continue the competition with Group G. Group G consists of France, Ireland, Hungary, Serbia and Russia. Take a look at their songs below and vote for your favourite in our poll!
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It’s Sarah McTernan for Ireland!

Ireland have uncharacteristically made us wait for the announcement of their Eurovision entry in 2019. It wasn’t until last week that we even had a date in the diary for the big reveal. Leaving it to the last possible moment has its upsides as they have perfectly built suspense and had many speculating for months as to who the big name would be. Today the suspense came to a head when broadcaster RTE revealed that it would be Sarah McTernan representing them in Tel Aviv. Continue reading