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Saturday 21 October 2017

Vivienne Connolly parties with pals at pre-Paddy's bash

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Vivienne Connolly
Vivienne Connolly

Everyone is gearing up for tonight's St Patrick's Day celebrations, but Dublin's socialites have started the party early.

Model and actress Vivienne Connolly was out at Lillie's Bordello over the weekend.

The former Fair City actress was joined by pals Gail Kaneswaren and Faith Barnett in the VIP bar.

Meanwhile, actors David Pearse, Andrew Barrett and the cast of The Abbey's Midsummer Night's Dream were also spotted kicking back at the club.

The Irish glitterati will be out of town this weekend to attend the Lillie's Loves Monaco party on Friday night.

Lillie's Bordello has teamed up with the world-famous Zelo's restaurant lounge in Monte Carlo for the event.

Following on from the successful Lillie's Loves Dubai tour last summer, the club's resident DJ Tommy Stewart and a host of Dublin's party people will be jetting out to Monaco for an unforgettable weekend of fun.

Tommy recently celebrated 21 years spinning the decks at the top celebrity haunt.

Some of his highlights include DJing at the Rolling Stones end of world tour party, U2's Dublin wrap parties and the now-famous Westlife farewell party.

"It's such an honour for us to be associated with a super venue such as Zelo's in Monte Carlo," said club boss Dave Morrissey.

I, Keano revival

To celebrate Roy Keane's decision to concentrate exclusively on his role with the FAI as assistant coach, Olympia Productions are bringing back his alter ego, Keano, in the smash hit comedy musical I, Keano.

The hilarious musical will run from March 28 until April 12.

Tickets from €25 including booking fee are on sale now from the Olympia Box Office and www.ticketmaster.ie.

Angry Men on stage

The classic film 12 Angry Men has been adapted for the stage and has arrived at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.

Direct from the West End, the play tells the story of 12 jurors who have murder on their minds and a life in their hands as they decide the fate of a young delinquent accused of killing his father.

The play runs until March 21 and tickets from €17.50 are on sale now.

For more information see www.bordgaisenergytheatre.ie

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