This week the 'All Ireland Talent Show' auditions are moving West and judge Dáithí Ó'Sé is ready and waiting to welcome all auditionees.
Speaking about last week's Southern auditions, the show's presenter, Gráinne Seoige said: “There was a great response in Cork last week. Over 1,500 people walked through the doors of the Clarion to audition in an attempt to make it to the second round with John Creedon.
"There were lots of boybands and rock bands, our highest turn out of traditional dancers so far and our first dog came along to audition – a collie who drove a car!"
She added: "Remember this is your chance to represent your county and bring pride to your province. This series is uniquely Irish and we’d love to see a broad range of talents represented.
"So stop singing into your hair brush in your bedroom or practicing your juggling in the garage come on down to NUI Galway and show us what you’ve got!”
This Saturday’s auditions take place in NUI Galway on the University Road and auditionees from Counties Galway, Mayo, Leitrim, Roscommon and Sligo are all welcome.
Registration for auditions begins at 7am and close at 3pm.