Ed Sheeran’s Galway Girl video [featuring Saoirse Ronan] was released this morning. A few Galway scenes missing like a pair of language students getting tackled and their bikes stolen. But overall a nice video…
A card from the Poland Embassy to celebrate International Women’s Day
Polish Embassy in Dublin has Saoirse Ronan right up there with Nobel Prize winners
Marie Curie and Wislawa Szymborska, and even Constance Markievicz on their International Women’ Day graphic.
She is a good actress in fairness…
Poland Embassy (Facebook)
The Savoy cinema, O’Connell Street, Dublin
Saoirse Ronan at the Dublin premiere of the
movie adaptation, by Nick Hornby, of Colm Toibin’s Brooklyn.
Lovely frock, in fairness.
With ‘Brooklyn,’ Saoirse Ronan Embraces Her Journey (New York Times)
At the Double Tree Hotel (formerly The Burlington), Dublin 4.
The inaugural IFTA Gala Television Awards 2015 with all the slebs including from top: Joe Duffy, Rory Cowan, Jedward, Amanda Byram, Brendan O’Carroll and Jennifer Gibney; bemused tourist attempting to leave hotel.
perfectly good Aran jumper.
Saoirse Ronan in distressed irish traditional knitwear promoting her lead role in Nick Hornby’s Oscar-baiting adaptation of Colm Toibin’s
Brooklyn (2015) in American style mag Wonderland.
Previously: The Aran Jumper, An Evolution
Pic: Stefan Khoo
Sharon Corr and Saoirse Ronan at the launch of the ISPCC Brown Thomas Fashion Show at the Four Seasons Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin today.
Sharon wears a Peter Pilotto Dress while Saoirse is wearing whatever the hell she damn well likes.
Also: Late Late guest tonight so?
(Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)
Introducing Saoirse Ronan, Ireland’s first honest-to-goodness Hollywood ingénue, just 19 years old, and with the most flawless skin I’ve ever seen
New York Times’s style supplement.
Fair play though in –
*applies Factor 50*
Saoirse Ronan, Hollywood’s Leading Lady in Waiting (Belinda McKeon, New York Times)
PIc: Paolo Roversi
2009: Saoirse Ronan talks to Ryan Tubridy.
Accent: Mid-tempo Dub.
2013: Saoirse Ronan talks to Jonathan Ross on Saturday night.
Accent: Me jewel an’ darlin’ Dubbalin, is it yourself, Jonat’n?
She’s not spending enough time in Hollywood.
This is what happens when you leave Ireland..
Damn ultimate hipster bible
Dazed and Confused‘s April cover.
We’re going to have a word with her dad.
The April Issue Cover (Dazed And Confused)
Thanks Ciaran Le Cool
Taken last night at the first night of the Coca Cola Cinemagic International television and Film Festival for Young People.
Saoirse Ronan with (top left) Aoife Quinn, (top right) Joan Burney Keating, Cinemagic Chief Executive and (bottom pic, l-r) Kim Delaney and Abbey Connolly.
Saoirse is fashionably ‘on trend’. Take our word for it.
(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)