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The glitzy awards bash, which was held at The Convention Centre Dublin, saw major Irish stars from TV, radio, music, and social media grace the red carpet.

The events was hosted by the fabulous Lucy Kennedy.

Celebrity guests on the night included: Maura Higgins, Love Island’s Faye Winter and Teddy Soares, Dáithí Ó Sé, Claudine Keane, Grainne Seoige, Alan Hughes, Martin King, Clare Dunne, Erica Cody, Holly Carpenter, Rosanna Davison, Erin McGregor, Doireann Garrihy, Stephen Byrne, Thalia Heffernan, Dr. Ciara Kelly, Aoife Walsh, Pamela Uba and Ellen Keane.

Stars took to the red carpet at Dublin's Bord Gais Energy Theatre for the opening night of CHICAGO, the award winning smash hit musical,

Leading the cast was ‘Three Degrees’ soul singing legend Sheila Ferguson who stars as ‘Mama Morton’ with singing sensation Russell Watson as Billy Flynn, TV star Faye Brooks (Coronation Street) as Roxie Hart and West End star Djalenga Scott as Velma Kelly.

Set amidst the razzle-dazzle decadence of the 1920s, CHICAGO is the story of Roxie Hart, a housewife and nightclub dancer who murders her on-the-side lover after he threatens to walk out on her. Desperate to avoid conviction, she dupes the public, the media and her rival cellmate, Velma Kelly, by hiring Chicago’s slickest criminal lawyer to transform her malicious crime into a barrage of sensational headlines, the likes of which might just as easily be ripped from today's tabloids.

Pictures In Publicity (PIP) is delighted to lend a helping hand with the recent launch of new publication The PULSE.

The PULSE is a publication to honour the 78,000-strong Irish nurses and midwives.

Packed full of articles dedicated to Ireland’s nursing and midwifery teams in hospitals across the country, The PULSE is a reminder of their devoted work throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

The publication is available in 5,000 retailers across the country for the next two weeks at the cost of €2.

All advertising and sales revenues generated by The PULSE will go towards a nursing and midwifery educational fund, opening up opportunities for nurses and midwives to advance their careers by upskilling their digital talents.

The DMG Media Education Fund will recognise the commitment of the nursing and midwifery sector and celebrate those working to protect the country against Covid-19.

The editorial team at DMG Media Ireland created The PULSE with support from a host of Irish personalities and household names.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin wrote the foreword for The PULSE and contributors to the project include: Christy Moore, Roy Keane, Hozier, Joe Duffy, Daniel and Majella O’Donnell, Mario Rosenstock, Ian Dempsey, Gerry Daly, Kathryn Thomas, Baz Ashmawy, Hector, Kevin Dundon, Pete Wedderburn, Colin Farrell, Michael Flatley, Rosanna Davison, Grainne Gallanagh and many more.

DMG Media Ireland is leading the initiative in collaboration with the media industry, corporate Ireland and Ireland’s sporting, media, and entertainment stars.

A multimedia campaign developed for the project will run across print, digital, OOH, TV and radio, to generate awareness for the new publication.

Commenting on the publication, Paul Reid, HSE CEO, said: ‘Our health service, and our country as a whole, owe a huge amount to the hard work, commitment and professionalism of all healthcare and frontline workers, including the largest group among us, our nurses and midwives. This generous donation to support the professional development of nurses and midwives, supported by DMG Media and all involved in this publication, is a great recognition of that contribution. The HSE thanks all involved in its production, and all those who read and support it.’

Commenting on the publication, Paul Henderson, CEO, DMG Media, said: ‘Nurses have been the constant link between families separated from loved ones by the Covid restrictions. They have been answering phones, relaying messages, a caring touch and delivering a word of hope. Their constant professional care has bridged medicine and humanity for so many. With The Pulse, we get to share their stories and acknowledge their endless commitment.’

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