Beautifully-shorn Irish slebs/hot people at the launch of Clipped barbers and male grooming studio, a start-up installed in the Iveagh Fitness Club, Bride Road, Dublin 8.
From top: Damien Broderick, Alannah, Shauna Lindsay, Sarah Halpin and James ‘Exchequer Street Guy’ Kavanagh (left) and Lawson Mpame.
Leon Farrell/Photcall Ireland
Waterfront Hall, Belfast.
Scenes from The Sky Atlantic ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 world premiere.
GOT’s “last” season will air tomorrow at 9pm in America (eastern time) which will be 2am on Monday in Ireland.
Top pic from left: : Richard Dormer, Maisie Williams, Kerry Ingram, Gemma Whelan, Pilou Asbæk, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Joe Dempsie, Conleth Hill, Hannah Murray, Ben Crompton, John Bradley, Chris Newman, Bernadette Caulfield, Kit Harington, Carice van Houten, Liam Cunningham, Jerome Flynn, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jacob Anderson and Sophie Turner.
Pics: Dave Benett/Getty Images for Sky Atlantic UK via Rollingnews
West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The US-Ireland Alliance celebrated the 14th Annual Oscar Wilde Awards at Bad Robot in Santa Monica. Emceed by J.J. Abrams, the evening’s honorees were Aidan Gillen, Chris O’Dowd and Glenn Close.
From top: Outside Bad Robot; Glenn Close and Chris O’Dowd; Sarah Bolger; Aiden Gillen and Camille O’Sullivan; Victoria Smurfit; from left: Carl Austin, Chris O’Dowd and Tara Flynn.
US Ireland Alliance
Pics: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for the US-Ireland Alliance
From top: David Keenan; Irish Ambassador to The U.S. Daniel Mulhall, and Consul General, West Coast US, Robert O Driscoll; Bitch Falcon; The Coronas, Saint Sister, Hozier (left) and Rory O Neill
Hollywood, Los Angeles, Calofornia, USA
Scenes from the Irelandweek Music showcase presented by Music From Ireland and Culture Ireland at The Bardot in Hollywood, where Four Acts performe: David Keenan, Bitch Falcon, Saint Sister and The Coronas to a sold out show stuffed with the creme de la creme of the LA Music and Movie business. Irelandweek continues all this week until this Sunday.
Pics: Earl Gibson III (AP)
Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2
The irish Film and Television Awards 2018.
From top: Helen Goldin and Patrick Bergin; Victoria Smurfit; Deirdre O’Kelly; Barry Keoghan and Shona Guerin; Angeline Ball; John Connors; Sarah Bolger; Brian O’Driscoll and Amy Huberman; Gabriel Byrne and Hannah Beth King; Elaine Crowley; Lisa Cannon; Miriam O’Callaghan; Sabina Higgins, Gabriel Byrne, who received the Life Time Achievement Award and President Michael D Higgins.
Irish Stars Savour Their IFTAS Win (RTÉ)
Gaiety Theatre, Dublin 2
The opening night of Druid’s production of John B. Keane’s Sive, directed by Garry Hynes.
From top: Enda Kenny and daughter Aoibhinn; Sean O’Rourke; Shay Healy; Kathleen Watkins & Billy Keane , son of John B Keane; Garry Hynes.
With a cast that includes: Gráinne Good, Andrea Irvine, Barbara Brennan and Tommy Tiernan, Sive runs at the Gaiety until March 3.
The launch of RTÉ’s Six One presenter Caitriona Perry’s In America about her time as the station’s United States correspondent during Donald Trump’s election.
Viewers were aghast as President Trump was openly pleasant to Ms Perry during a
completely uneventful famous encounter in the Oval Office.
From top: former RTÉ Washington correspondents Mark Little and Carole Coleman; Ms Perry; Keelin Shanley, Ms Perry and Ryan Tubridy.
National Library of ireland,. Dublin 2
The launch of ‘De Valera: Rise 1882–1932‘, the new biography of Eamonn DeValera by RTÉ journalist David McCullagh.
From top: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with David McCullagh; Michael Noonan with Sean O’Rourke; Timmy Dooley, Niamh Smyth and Jim O’Callaghan; Iarla Mongey, Joe Mag Raollaigh and Bryan Dobson; Michael Noonan and Sean O’Rourke; Varadkar and McCullagh.
Scenes from The StandUp4Love event in Vicar Street Vicar Street, Dublin
A night of comedy, storytelling and music featuring The Rubberbandits, Brendan Courtney, Davina Devine and many well-oiled gentlemen organised by Dublin Institute of Technology [DIT] students to raise awareness for a YES vote.
Pics: Ruth Medjber
What do you mean you weren’t invited?
understand the get an invite either.
Scenes of craic agus rúla agus, quite possibly, búla at the Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin last night for the launch of Tuairisc.ie an Irish language online news service. Like Broadsheet but in Irish with a staff, chairs and a proper office and heating, lights and whatnot.
From top: Tuairisc.ie editor Sean Tadhg O Gairbh; Julie O’Farrell, Clare Coughlin and Maura Lynskey; Seamus O Fatharta (left), and Maitiu O Coimin; Lisa Madden, (left), and Sinead Ni Bhraoin; Edel Ni Bhraonain and Maitiu de Hal; Tuairisc.ie editor Sean Tadhg O Gairbhi, right, showing former RTE Director General Cathal Goan how to ‘do the fada’ .
(Mairc O’Steadféar/Photocall Ireland)