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Saturday 3 December 2016

Saoirse celebrates 'Yes' win with pals in Lillie's

Saoirse Ronan pictured with Eamon Farrell at the launch the Yes Equality Your Yes Matters campaign under the clock at Clerys on O'Connell Street. She is encouraging people to get out and vote Yes in the Marriage Referendum on May 22.
Saoirse Ronan pictured with Eamon Farrell at the launch the Yes Equality Your Yes Matters campaign under the clock at Clerys on O'Connell Street. She is encouraging people to get out and vote Yes in the Marriage Referendum on May 22.

It was quite the weekend in Dublin and the atmosphere was electric with the passing of the same-sex marriage referendum.

A host of famous faces descended on Dublin's top celebrity haunt Lillie's Bordello to party the night away.

The club was packed to the rafters all weekend long with familiar faces.

On Saturday night Hollywood star Saoirse Ronan enjoyed a rare night out on the town with pals.

The young actress has been an avid campaigner for the 'Yes' side throughout the campaign and Friday was her first time casting her vote.

Eamon Farrell and his husband Steven Mannion were also spotted partying with friends at Lillie's exclusive VIP library bar.

Funny man Des Bishop is back in Dublin and was also spotted enjoying himself in the exclusive venue.

Former world boxing champion Ricky Hatton enjoyed a night out at Lillie's on Friday night, after his Late Late Show appearance.

A Night in Istanbul

This one is for soccer fans with a penchant for the theatre.

One Night in Istanbul, running at The Gaiety Theatre from June 2 to 6, centres around "that night" when Rafael Benitez's Liverpool team dramatically recovered from a three-goal half-time deficit in the UEFA Champions League Final in Istanbul a decade ago.

It follows the story of Scousers Tommy Kelly and Gerry Edwards in Istanbul hoping their heroes are going to bring "big ears" back to its rightful home in Liverpool.

Their two sons, Jamie and Joseph, search for tickets wanting to witness history in the making. A bag of money, Hitler's cufflinks and a sexy Turkish chambermaid means it all kicks off in The Mamara Hotel and the journey takes an unexpected twist. Tickets from €22.65 are on sale now via Ticketmaster.

Sarah adds extra date

British Comedy Award Winner Sarah Millican has added a second date at The Olympia Theatre due to phenomenal demand.

Tickets for Sunday, June 12, 2016, go on sale this Friday at 9am.

Sarah is a natural storyteller who charms the audience through her gag-packed anecdotes about life's curiosities - so this gig is not to be missed.

Tickets from €30 including booking fee are available via Ticketmaster.

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