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Thursday 14 December 2017

Stars come out at Lillie's

LILLIE'S Bordello was thronged with familiar faces on Sunday night as it hosted the Jameson Dublin Film Festival wrap party.

Guest of honour was Love Actually star Thomas Brodie-Sangster.

Earlier in the night, he had tripped down the red carpet at the Savoy for the premiere of his new movie Death of a Superhero, alongside director Ian Fitzgibbon.

Afterwards, Thomas headed up to Lillies to continue the fun, with Hollywood star Michael Madsen also popping in over the weekend.

wwwThe third Annual Great Irish Foodie quiz will be taking place this Thursday with some tasty prizes up for grabs for culinary boffins.

Taking place in the Circle Club of the Grand Canal Theatre, this year's event will see proceeds going towards Down Syndrome Ireland with a handful of tables of four costing €80 still available.

Hosting proceedings will be Myles McWeeney with a wine section set by leading sommelier Mary O'Callaghan.

Up for grabs on the night for the best table are a voucher for L'Ecrivain and a night in the Cliff House.

wwwVoice of Ireland hunk Bressie will be stepping away from the hit TV show next month to take centre stage at the Eclectic Garden in Bray.

The singer/songwriter and Blizzards frontman will be slipping behind the decks this coming bank holiday on March 18 for an exclusive DJ set as he marks Mother's Day in style. Entry to the event is €10 at the door with the party expected to go on late.

wwwPink Floyd tribute band Brit Floyd will be coming to Ireland, fresh from their tour of America.

Having performed to over 50,000 fans in the UK in 2011, the group will now be taking to the stage in the Grand Canal Theatre on Friday May 4 with its brand new show A Foot in the Door.

Especially created by musical director Damian Darlington to mark the release of Pink Floyd's new album, all their best-known hits will be performed.

The iconic band members have personally selected all the tracks and audiences can also expect a 23-minute long rendition of Echoes from their classic 1971 album Meddle.

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