We didn’t even know the Gate was tackling such a contemporary work.
The opening night of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen [adapted by James Maxwell and revised by Alan Stanford] at The Gate Theatre, Dublin last night.
From top: Chris and Diane De Burgh; Charlie Murphy and Rebecca Grimes; Peter O’Brien, Alan Stanford and James Maxwell; Clare and Doireann Garrihy; Steffanie Von Twuyner and Anthony Kelly and Stewart Cullen and Rebecca Murray.
(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)
Brendan Gleeson at the premiere of The Grand Seduction in the Light House Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin last night.
Last night’s Student Achievement Awards Ireland in George’s Hall, Dublin Castle organised by The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) and attended by President Higgins.
The awards promote “remarkable contributions of students across campuses, their dedication to volunteering and campaigning, and also recognise the creative skills of individual students”.
From top: Cal Gray and Michaela Hogan; Kate Beggs, Shauna Watson and Julie Trench; Javier Lopez and Sara Velasco; Janis Molloy, Rebecca Dempsey and Laura O’Dowd; Alana Fisher and Paul Loughran; Kate Acheson and Breffni Gorman.
[From top: The Stag cast; Michael Legge; Amy Huberman and Michael Legge; from left, Brian Gleeson, Hugh O'Connor, Andrew Scott, Amy Huberman, Peter MacDonald and Michael Legge; from left, Andrew, Amy and Peter, and the cast at a post-Stag Q and A]
It was in London for pity’s sake.
Scenes from The UK premiere last night of Irish actor-filled comedy The Stag at the Vue Leicester Square, London last night.
The Irish premiere of Oblivion tonight in the Savoy Cinema, O’Connell Street, Dublin.
From top: Tom Cruise; Olga Kurylenko and Liam Cunningham; Cruise with TV3′s Karen Koster; Cruise; Cruise: Cruise with Kurylemko and Oblivion director Joseph Kosinski; Bressie; Yvonne Keating and daughter Missy; Pat Kenny and daughter Kristine; and Kurylenko.
‘There’ being the IFTAs this evening at the Convention centre, Dublin.
And ‘everyone’ included from top: Tom Vaughan Lawlor, who won a Best TV Actor IFTA for ‘Love/Hate’; Chris O’Dowd David Rawle and Peter McDonald, Of ‘Moone Boy’ which won Best Entertainment TV; ‘What Richard Did’ winners, from left: Jack Reynor (best actor), Lenny Abrahamson (Director), producers Ed Guiney and Andrew Lowe; Amy Huberman; Domhnall Gleeson and Francois Civil “impersonating Michael Fassbender”; Fionnula Flanagan; Robert Sheehan; John C Reilly; Amanda Byram; The cast of Mrs Brown’s Boys; Tommy Tiernan and Yvonne McMahon; Victoria Smurfit; Saoirse Ronan and Jack Reynor.
At the premiere for Seven Psychopaths in the Savoy, Dublin, last night were from top: Sam Rockwell and Martin McDonagh; Love/Hate actors Peter Coonan and Killian Scott, and producer Graham Broadbent (left), Sam Rockwell and Martin McDonagh.
From top: pic 1 and 2, David McWilliams and David Norris; Rachel Allen and Jimmy Magee; Cecelia Ahern and Paul Howard; Joseph O’Connor, John Boyne and John Murray; Benji Bennett and Derek Landy; Cook authors, from left: Domini Kemp, Catherine Fulvio, Donal Skehan and Rachel Allen.