Excitement builds for Toy Show - Dublin's

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The theme of this year's show is Disney's Frozen.

The 2019 edition of the annual extravaganza gets underway at 9.35pm and host Ryan Tubridy says that it will feature the "most outrageous opening number yet".

"It involves a very toothy grin", he went on.

"It's not a picture flawless portrayal of family, because every family is different, and they come in all shapes and sizes".

Assessing his experience overall, JohnJoe said: "To sum it up I'd tell you that some people unfortunately are addicted to drugs, the hazard with me is that I am addicted to clocks".

She said, "Deaf families - be they deaf children, or if mammy or daddy are deaf and the children are hearing - they can all watch the Toy Show for the very first time together". People of all ages, sizes and walks of life come together. "I'm asking everyone to put down there phone or tablet for two hours and talk about the show with each other".

Over 200 children from all around the country will participate in the live production from RTÉ's Studio 4 - as singers, performers and toy demonstrators.

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Byrne, who died earlier this month aged 85 after a long illness, presented RTÉ's flagship Late Late Show for more than 30 years.

It soon expanded into a one-night show in its own right, and has become Ireland's most watched TV programme with around 1.5 million viewers tuning in each year.

This year children from the Jack and Jill Children's Foundation, Laura Lynn - Ireland's Children's Hospice and Children's Health Ireland at Crumlin and Temple Street had a sneak preview of the set and played with the toys.

The Irish cultural staple can be viewed on both desktop or via the app, so we reckon there'll be more than a few Irish emigrant Toy Show watch-parties in locations all across the globe.

"We have been very lucky to have many of our students featured in the Toy Show for many years and it's been a dream come true and we have memories to treasure", Lorraine concluded.

The lovely people over at RTÉ have made sure that nobody is going to have Toy Show-related FOMO.

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