We need your help now

Support from readers like you keeps The Journal open.

You are visiting us because we have something you value. Independent, unbiased news that tells the truth. Advertising revenue goes some way to support our mission, but this year it has not been enough.

If you've seen value in our reporting, please contribute what you can, so we can continue to produce accurate and meaningful journalism. For everyone who needs it.

Mark Humphrey
finds it sad

Garth Brooks isn't coming to Dublin and he's not happy he's being 'used for publicity for a play'

He’s not coming AGAIN.

SUGGESTIONS THAT GARTH Brooks is coming to Dublin to see a show about last summers fiasco have been shot down by representatives for the singer.

The comments were made by Darren Smith, the creator of the show ‘Are you there Garth? It’s me, Margaret’.

However, a representative for the country singer told

I find it sad to say the least that someone continues to try to use Garth to seek publicity for their play. Garth is not coming to Ireland as he is on tour and on stage in the US.

Speaking about Garth possibly coming to Dublin to see the show, Smith told The Irish Mirror:

He knows about the show and we have been told he’s very interested and wants to come and see it. I wouldn’t be stunned at all if we had a special visitor in a Stetson next week.

“Aside from the genuine interest he has, it would be a great PR move by him after what happened. It would warm the hearts and minds of Irish people to see Garth in the audience.”

Read: Here’s how we’re going to avoid another Garth Brooks ‘fiasco’>

Your Voice
Readers Comments
    Submit a report
    Please help us understand how this comment violates our community guidelines.
    Thank you for the feedback
    Your feedback has been sent to our team for review.