No doomsday for all Irish fans, y’all! Ireland’s Bambie Thug will bring their magic and spells to London’s Here at the Outernet on April 7 – that’s very soon.

Who is Bambie Thug?

Having topped both televote and national jury, the singer won lreland’s Eurovision selection and a ticket for Malmo. The country has struggled in recent years, but Bambie will do their best to change their fortunes.

Bambie Thug, real name Bambie Ray Robinson, hails from Macroom in the County of Cork in the south of Ireland. They moved to London to study ballet at the Urdang Academy of Performing Arts. Sadly, during the studies Bambie had an accident which saw them switching to study musical theatre.

This is widely noticeable in their live performance on the night of Eurosong – the singer does simple ballet moves in between two stronger verses. However, today they’re drawing attention with darker appearance and fully original clothing options.

Known for discussing witchcraft and heartbreaks, Bambie’s Eurovision 2024 entry is no exception; Bambie appears to be singing of pain that followed after after unanswered love.

Fun fact: the very first line of „Doomsday Blue“ is a Harry Potter spell!

London Eurovision Party 2024

The London Eurovision Party is the biggest annual Eurovision event in the United Kingdom.

The party will see a majority of artists from the year of 2024, but joining them will be some Eurovision alumnis too. This year the party celebrates its 15th edition at Here at Outernet in the UK capital.

Here at Outernet is a large concert venue right in the beating heart of London. It is known for its artistic styling and modern spaces. The London Eurovision Party will provide an excellent chance for a British audience to see their favourite acts before the contest itself.

How excited are you to see Bambie Thug at Here at the Outernet? Who else do you want to see perform there? Let us know in the comments.

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Dave Fallon
Dave Fallon
2 months ago

“Through twisted tongues ? a hex deployed on you” The Witch Queen Bambie ?? will put a hex on the Eurovision stage… Stunning Europe… Top 10 and possibly a winner for me ? ??

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago

Queen Bambie

she and Megara’s Kenzy will get along nicely i think

snowflake
snowflake
2 months ago

LOVE THEM!

Sherlock
Sherlock
2 months ago
Sherlock
Sherlock
2 months ago
Sherlock
Sherlock
2 months ago

“If you go down to the woods today… You’re in for a big surprise”

https://youtube.com/shorts/ZNR1wAvcmcA?si=_QObdeuX03-ralZy

Darren
Darren
2 months ago

Best of luck Bambie!!

Please qualify this year.

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
2 months ago

Yeahhhh,
No hex will lose their head this year.
Eire for the Finals.

Top 10 for me.
All the best of Good Luck.

Jofty
Jofty
2 months ago
Reply to  Fizzpunk

Yes and yes

LawnaDellPlay
LawnaDellPlay
2 months ago

Very expurrimental

alfie23
alfie23
2 months ago

Honest question, am I the only one who thought she was a drag queen when first seeing the performance?

alfie23
alfie23
2 months ago
Reply to  alfie23

Sorry, forgot to add that even after researching “them”, I cannot tell. So confusing to me.

MaxESC
MaxESC
2 months ago
Reply to  alfie23

Sounds like you are choosing to be confused.

Do you know what drag is? Gender is irrelevant to drag. Men, women, non binary artists can all do drag. Drag is an art form.

It’s simple- did your ‘research’ say they did drag? Every news story about Bambie highlights that they are non- binary but does not mention drag.

Anti Bejba
Anti Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  alfie23

nobody thought that they is a drag queen…

Fizzpunk
Fizzpunk
2 months ago

Avada Kedavra.

Sam
Sam
2 months ago

can’t wait !