RTE Television

The All Ireland Talent Show

Mentor Sile Seoige, judge Dáithí O Sé and fellow mentor Padraic Breathnach

Whatever your age, whatever your talent, it's time to take centre stage. The All Ireland Talent Show is back for a third series with acts from every county competing for an impressive prize of €50,000 and the honour of being an All Ireland champion.

One of last year's highest rating programmes, The All Ireland Talent Show returns on a mission to uncover the most engaging, exciting, impressive and entertaining talents this country has to offer. Last year young Chloe Coyle captured the heart of the nation and brought victory to the North and to their mentor Dana.

This year Dáithí O Sé and his fellow judges are hoping to steal her crown and bring glory to their region. In a competition which pits region against region, as well as act against act, it's more than personal pride at stake - it's the pride of place that's paramount. The winning act will walk away with a phenomenal €50,000 prize.

Presented by Gráinne Seoige the programme features a panel of five judges - former Miss Ireland and author Amanda Brunker (Dublin), RTÉ television presenter and Meath-native Bláthnaid Ni Chofaigh (The East), Galway native and daytime television presenter Dáithí O Sé (West), Eurovision-winning ex-MEP and Derry-native, Dana (North), and Cork's own hugely popular RTÉ Radio broadcaster, John Creedon (The South).