Aidan Gillen lands lead role in Irish epic, and more Game of Thrones news – Winter is Coming

Aidan Gillen, aka Littlefinger, has kept quite busy since his days on Game of Thrones. Shortly after Littlefinger’s brutal ending (shout out to the Stark sisters), Gillen joined the cast of Peaky Blinders, and pretty much right after that, he landed a lead role on History’s Project Blue Book, which was canceled last May. True to form, Gillen

Game of Thrones alum Aidan Gillen to star in Gaelic Ireland epic series The ONeill – newkerala.com – New Kerala

Washington, September 13: Hollywood actor Aidan Gillen, star of ‘The Wire’ and ‘Game of Thrones’, has been cast to play one of the leads in ‘The O’Neill’, helmed by filmmaker Stephen Saint Leger. According to Variety, Leger will direct the series’ pilot and a number of episodes of this Gaelic Ireland epic based on the

‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Aidan Gillen to Play Army Marshall in Irish Gaelic Epic ‘The O’Neill’ – TV Insider

Game of Thrones alum Aidan Gillen has been tapped to play one of the leads in The O’Neill, an Irish Gaelic epic based on the legendary Hugh O’Neill, the former Earl best known for leading the resistance during the Nine Years’ War. Vikings director Stephen Saint Leger is set to helm the pilot and several

TV series about Hugh O'Neill and the Nine Years' War during the Tudor conquest of Ireland will be made – Irish Mirror

An epic TV series about the life of Hugh O’Neill, also known the Earl of Tyrone, will be made, as reported by Deadline. O’Neill’s life was largely involved with the Tudor conquest of Ireland, and he is best known for leading the resistance during the Nine Years’ War, the strongest threat to Tudor authority in

'Game of Thrones' alum Aidan Gillen to star in Gaelic Ireland epic series 'The O'Neill' – ANI News

Washington [US], September 13 (ANI): Hollywood actor Aidan Gillen, star of ‘The Wire’ and ‘Game of Thrones’, has been cast to play one of the leads in ‘The O’Neill‘, helmed by filmmaker Stephen Saint Leger.According to Variety, Leger will direct the series’ pilot and a number of episodes of this Gaelic Ireland epic based on

Entrepreneurs: Meet the founders of Rixo raring to step out for LFW – Evening Standard

I t’s that time of year again when thousands of buyers, chief executives, magazine editors and celebrities flock to the capital to eye collections from the UK’s best-loved and emerging designers. This Friday marks the return of the first physical events at London Fashion Week since the start of the pandemic, with a mixture of

Entrepreneurs: Meet the founders of Rixo raring to step out for London Fashion Week – Yahoo Finance UK

Rixo was founded by Orlagh McCloskey and Henrietta Rix (Rixo) It’s that time of year again when thousands of buyers, chief executives, magazine editors and celebrities flock to the capital to eye collections from the UK’s best-loved and emerging designers. This Friday marks the return of the first physical events at London Fashion Week since

Aidan Gillen to star in Gaelic Ireland epic series from ''Vikings'' director – Outlook India

Los Angeles, Sep 13 (PTI) Aidan Gillen, the star of popular shows like “Game of Thrones” and “The Wire”, will play one of the leads in “The O”Neill”, directed by Stephen Saint Leger of “Vikings” fame. The show is billed as a Gaelic Ireland epic drama series based on the life of the greatest hero

Aidan Gillen to star in Gaelic Ireland epic series from 'Vikings' director – Devdiscourse

Aidan Gillen, the star of popular shows like ”Game of Thrones” and ”The Wire”, will play one of the leads in ”The O’Neill”, directed by Stephen Saint Leger of ”Vikings” fame. The show is billed as a Gaelic Ireland epic drama series based on the life of the greatest hero of the country, Hugh O’Neill,

Executor of publican's estate launches court action over Shipwright bar – The Irish Times

The executor of the estate of the publican who ran the well-know The Shipwright Pub in Dublin, has launched High Court proceedings aimed at regaining control of the premises. The pub, which also included a guesthouse and off-licence, all formed part of the estate of the late Eoghan Breatnach, who died last month. The premises