[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.