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This afternoon.

Intercontinental Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Celtic folk chanteuse Andrea Corr launched the annual ISPCC Brown Thomas Fashion Show with an exclusive preview of the new Autumn Winter 2019 international collections from The Designer Rooms at Brown Thomas,

Above from left: Aine O’Gorman wears Bottega Veneta dress €2500; Bronwyn Kenny wears Paco Rabanne dress €650; Andrea Corr, in a 16 Arlibgton dress price unknown; Abby Harris wears Stella McCartney gown €4500 and Thalia Heffernan wears Bottega Veneta coat €3300.


Regarded as a highlight of the ‘season’s social calendar,’ the luncheon is now in its 19th year and has raised nearly €1.3 million to date for the ISPCC.

In fairness.

Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

9037305790373055Above from left: Rory Cowan, Millie Mélange and Glenda Gilson

This afternoon.

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) Ambassadors Rory Cowan of Mrs. Brown’s Boys, Minne Mélange, fashion blogger and telly’s Glenda Gilson launching the fourth annual Anti-Bullying Shield campaign for the ISPCC today at the Westbury Hotel on Grafton St, Dublin.

The ISPCC is asking the public to support the Shield campaign and all Anti-Bullying work by wearing a shield pin, available for €2 in Penneys and M&S nationwide throughout the month of March, or can support the campaign by texting the word “shield” to 50300..

ISPPC Shield Campaign (ISPCC)

(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)



A disturbing video to promote the new missing children’s hotline number, 116 000.

Sam Caren writes:

Today is National Missing Persons Day. I work for Ogilvy Dublin [ad agency] and we recently collaborated with the ISPCC on a pro bono project to create awareness of the new missing children’s hotline number. We want to make this number as famous as possible as quickly as possible so those most in need of it can recall it easily. Thank you.


Relax, it was for charidee.

At the Copper House Gallery (off Synge Street, Dublin) last night for the launch of photographer Barry McCall’s exhibition of portraits (in aid of the ISPCC) were, top from left: Liam Cunningham, Glenda Gilson, Barry McCall, Keith Barry and Louis Walsh; middle pic: Saoirse Ronan and Louis Walsh, and bottom pic: Brian Kennedy and Sharon Corr.

The exhibition runs until June 11.

(Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)