Friday 15 December 2017

Jack and Madeline let their hair down

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Madeline Mulqueen and Jack Reynor
Madeline Mulqueen and Jack Reynor
Saoirse Ronan. Photo: Reuters/Danny Moloshok

HOLLYWOOD star Jack Reynor and his wife-to-be Madeline Mulqueen (left) managed to squeeze a night out into their busy schedules at the weekend.

Despite having a wedding to plan and a big budget movie to shoot, the loved-up couple took time off to enjoy a night out in some of Dublin's top night spots.

The pair hit Lillie's Bordello on Saturday night and were joined by a host of famous faces.

Game of Thrones star Liam Cunningham was also spotted at the Grafton Street venue.

And Paddy Cullivan, frontman of the Late Late Show house band, took centre stage as he kicked off his new Friday night residency in the club.

The cast of Pillowman, which stars Gary Lydon and Peter Campion, also celebrated a successful debut week at the Gaiety Theatre.

With guests including President Michael D Higgins in the audience, it's no surprise that the cast felt they deserved a night out before completing their run.

Vogue to share her tips on food

MODELS sharing their health and fitness secrets has become something of a trend, with Irish beauties Roz Purcell and Rosanna Davison both offering their advice.

Now Vogue Williams, fresh from her wild expedition with Bear Grylls, has decided to start sharing her top tips with Irish women. Her popular blog has been devoted mostly to fashion, but from this week she has pledged to start sharing recipes and exercise tips.

Saoirse home to help actresses

HOLLYWOOD sweetheart Saoirse Ronan will be back in Dublin this month to share her thoughts on making it in the movies.

The Grand Budapest Hotel actress will take part in a Q and A session with two youngsters aspiring to follow in her footsteps.

Young people over the age of 12 are invited to join the star on March 30 to launch this year's Cinemagic festival which will run in May.

The festival is a chance for children and teens to learn important skills for the movie industry.

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