The Jesus Saves street rapper from last night’s Love/Hate on RTE 1.
That’s Tommy’s new single (above)
But is he also the bus singer anyone?
Via Elaine Byrne
At a library by the looks of it with the help of a stylist and a crack professional photographer.
“[RTÉ 1 drama Love/Hate character] Nidge’s women? How about they are women and characters in their in their own right not just a gangster’s chattel, pesky sleb mag. Saying that they do look very nice.”
A decently-accented promo kicking off a Love/Hate mini animated series for Tower Records’s new store in Dawson Street, Dublin.
Made by Igloo animations, home of the much-cherished The Horse’s Mouth.
Previously; The Horse’s Mouth on broadsheet
Love/Hate stars Laurence Kinlan (Elmo) and Peter Coonan (Fran) hope yule have a blue blue Christmas by buying a Coola Boola Santa hat in aid of SARI (Sport Against Racism Ireland) and the Peter McVerry Trust.
The hats, which cost €4 each, will be available from tomorrow, Friday 6th December, in all Tesco stores, Golden Discs and Easons nationwide.
Peter Coonan (Fran the Man) will make personal appearances this Saturday, 7th December in Golden Discs Blanchardstown (from 11 – 12 noon) and Easons in Dundrum Town Centre (from 2:30 – 3:30).
Can you name these gentlemen?
Do you really love Love/Hate and have done so since its inception?
Tricia Purcell of Spunout.ie writes:
On RTE One this Sunday at 9.30pm Love/Hate Season 4 comes to an end. Once you’ve gotten your last fix – we want to see how closely you’ve been watching at the ultimate Love/Hate Table Quiz. Put yourself to the test with your fellow love haters at Against the Grain on Wexford Street, Dublin on Tuesday November 19th at 7pm. We’ll have eight rounds of eight Qs (including a picture round and audio round)!
Only 24 blips for a table of four and it’s all for charidee.
Coola and, if you will, boola.
Thanks John Buckley
— Susan Loughnane (@BigSuzz) November 4, 2013
As a ‘SEAT brand ambassador’, Laurence will also host workshops for up and coming actors in SEAT dealerships around the country.
Details of these events will be announced on the SEAT Ireland Facebook page.
Meanwhile, as seen in today’s Irish Sun Laurence is temporarily on two wheels as he plays the role of Tony Gregory in the Charlie Haughey inspired drama Citizen Charlie.
Photos: Jason Clarke Photography
Irish Sun/Enda Bolger