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OnEurope has packed its case and made sure to switch off the iron and cancel the milk. Some of our intrepid team will be sipping cocktails in an airport executive lounge as you read this. (Phil can officially confirm this and there might even be pictures of said airport lounge). We’re doing all of this in the name of bringing you our regular blend of reviews, impressions, gossip, cheese and cake from the Eurovision Song Contest.

Starting tomorrow, we’ll be telling you about what’s going on in Kiev/Kyiv. Although, with some of our crew still in transit, it will be Monday before we’re all ringside, and so our standby crew will guide you through that first day.

If we’ve been your companion in the past, you’ll know what to expect. Reviews and reports from the hall, party nonsense and photographs of food. Be warned though, we don’t ‘love everything’ not everyone ‘slays’, and so there will be times when we get up your nose. But that’s just our way.

We never forget you have a choice.

OnEurope kicks off its rehearsal blog on Sunday, 30 April and we’ll be telling it as we see it each day leading up to 13 May. Join us and contradict every word. It wouldn’t be the same without you.

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6 years ago

Have a great fortnight all of you. Will be clicking refresh on my browser constantly for the next two weeks to get the latest news!

6 years ago
Reply to  Jayuu

Why not sign up to the blog and get an email every time we update. We’d love to have you on board! Enjoy the fortnight.

6 years ago

I worry that Russian hackers might succeed in disrupting the event in some way. I hope I’m wrong.

6 years ago
Reply to  Danny62

Keep the flame burning, Danny!