North Great George’s Street, Dublin 1
UK Labour remainer and British Lord, Andrew Adonis addressing members of the Institute of International and European Affairs [IIEA].
In his address, Lord Adonis noted that Brexit represents a resurgence of English nationalism and an attempt to ‘finish the Thatcher revolution”.
And Blair did that already.
Institute of International and European Affairs
Brexit-bashing former UK Attorney General Dominic Grieve ahead of a speaking engagement at the Institute of International and European Affairs chaired by Ruairi Quinn (top left in light tan ‘jazz creepers’).
ICTU HQ, Dublin
Second referendum-supporting UK Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn, above with General Secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions Patricia King, in town to hear a briefing on how a hard Brexit will hurt workers in Ireland North and South.
Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland
Former Hollyoaks and Strictly Come Dancing star Danny Mac at an unidentified tea and macaroon emporium in Dublin to announce his casting as male lead – the
Johnny Depp Mathieu Kassovitz part – in Amélie The Musical which arrives in Dublin on May 28 for a limited run at the Gaiety Theatre.
Government Buildings, Dublin
The EU’s Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, in Dublin to discuss the Brexit crisis ahead of a summit of EU leaders in Brussels on Wednesday.
Taoiseach meets Michel Barnier in Dublin ahead of EU leaders’ summit (RTÉ)
Convention Centre, Dublin
Former British Foreign Secretary and Churchill biographer Boris Johnson arrives at the second day of the Pendulum Business Leadership Summit.
Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin 4.
Alan Alda, actor and founder of the Alda Centre for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, New York and and science journalist Jonathan McCrea at the Science Communication Conference.
Westin Hotel, Dublin
Former British Prime Minister and enthusiastic remainer John Major marking the 25th Anniversary of the Downing Street Declaration with former Justice Minister Nora Owen (above left) and former Taoiseach John ‘the absolute head on me’ Bruton at an event organised by the Institute of International and European Affairs.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Dublin tomorrow as part of her tour to secure “reassurances” from EU leaders to help get her Brexit deal through parliament.
Mrs May is visiting EU leaders this week following the deferral of the House of Commons vote on her Brexit deal.
Theresa May to meet Taoiseach in Dublin tomorrow (RTÉ)
The House of Peroni, Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Scotland-born fashion designer and silk screening maestro Jonathan Saunders, dresser of Michelle Obama and Kylie among others, in Dublin to host a talk and meet emerging designers chosen by the Creative Council for The House of Peroni’s Fashion Studio Residency.
Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.
Croke Park. Dublin.
Easy listening schmoozer Michael Bublé inspects Croke Park ahead of his concert at the GAA HQ tomorrow night.
Opposable thumbs, eh?
Guy’s got everything.