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Tuesday 24 October 2017

FFFFOLLOWING its sold-out run last year, Tom Vaughan Lawlor's Howie The Rookie will return for six performances only to the Olympia Theatre.

FFFFOLLOWING its sold-out run last year, Tom Vaughan Lawlor's Howie The Rookie will return for six performances only to the Olympia Theatre.

With the support of Culture Ireland, the play will then transfer to The Barbican in London from November 19 to 29, before travelling to New York where it will be presented by BAM and Irish Arts Center as part the Brooklyn Academy of Music's 2014 Next Wave Festival from December 10 to 14. Tickets to see the Love/Hate actor in Dublin are priced from €25 and are on sale now.

FFFMODEL-turned-presenter Daniella Moyles turned out yesterday to help launch the Simon Community's annual Simon Fun Run. The new Spin 1038 host will take part in the five-mile event, now in its 31st year, in the Phoenix Park on October 4.

Those under 12 can register for free. Family activities such as children's races, face painting and live entertainment will be ongoing throughout the day. Enter at www.funrun.ie.

FFFSINGER Sharon Corr will step out today to host the annual ISPCC luncheon at The Four Seasons Hotel.

The former Voice of Ireland coach is a brand ambassador for the charity and will MC the glamorous occasion as a number of models, including Maria Boardman and Carmel Mannion, showcase top looks from the Brown Thomas Autumn Winter 2014 International Designer Collections.

FFFDIRECTOR Jim Sheridan will close the inaugural Sky Road TV & Film Festival this weekend with a screening of The Field on Sunday and will take part in a Q&A session afterwards.

The three-day event takes place at the The Station House Theatre, Clifden, Galway. See www.skyroadfilmfestival.com for more.

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