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irish tatler hot ten




the hot ten

DO, SEE, READ, WATCH, WEAR. Your essential guide. by Mary Cate Smith



Indie Australian film Hounds of Love
1THE FILM has been racking up awards from best
actress at the Venice Film Festival to best
director at the Brussels International
Film Festival and we’re counting down
the days until we can see the gritty
psychological thriller. A harrowing
character study of a depraved serial killer
couple, this crime drama is based loosely
on two notorious murderers from Perth.
Think The Fall meets Nocturnal Animals,
this intense, stylised drama will have you
clinging onto your significant other/
blanket/canine friend for dear life and will
stick with you for a long time. In cinemas
nationwide 7 July.



Christopher Nolan directs a stellar cast with

Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy and Oscar winner

Mark Rylance in Dunkirk, the World War II

thriller of epic magnitude. When the Nazis

invaded France in 1940, almost 400,000

soldiers were trapped on the beaches of

Dunkirk and, with the help of British and

French forces, the troops were safely

evacuated from the beach using naval and

civilian resources. Don’t miss a short-haired

Harry Styles as hope’s young dream. In

cinemas nationwide 21 July. battle stations

3THE LABEL 2editor’s

Anna October’s inaugural collection From twice nominated Booker Forget the uncertainties that
debuted in 2010 and in four short Prize author, Sarah Hall, comes plague our age, H(a)ppy presents
years she had placed in the semi- a new short story collection us with a world that has no doubts,
finals at the LVMH Prize in 2014. investigating the connection no God and no fear. Described as
The Ukrainian designer’s playful between wilderness and urban a post-post apocalyptic Alice in
take on femininity is imbued with life. Madame Zero gives us Wonderland, Nicola Barker’s new
sharply tailored silhouettes and an insight into the vagaries novel turns the concept of Utopia
romantic flourishes; the peasant of new motherhood, the on its head; can a life with no
dress is her go-to piece. For transmogrification of a woman sickness or death really make us
spring summer, October mixed defined by the men around her happy? You decide in this science
it up a bit, taking inspiration and the plight of a social worker fiction-meets-satire piece that
from F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel helping a foster child. These nine meditates on the true meaning of
Tender Is the Night. Cue sports stories are each an unflinchingly life. Available 20 July.
references aplenty juxtaposed resonant slice of modern life.
with the most feminine of Available 6 July.
details; ruffles, off-the-
shoulder dresses and polka
dot motifs. Perfect for warm
(we hope) summer evenings.
Anna October is available
at Matches Fashion, My
Theresa and Harvey Nichols.


NOW 5THE TREND big, bold, bright and lots of sixties summery fun ANYA HINDMARCH

The Kings of Leon can Mary Quant, Twiggy,
now officially say their Brigitte Bardot – just some
careers are longer than of the icons of the sixties
their hair (remember that provided inspiration
when they first for our favourite micro-
emerged as velvet clad trend. Anya Hindmarch’s
dandies with princess front-runner was a dead-
hair to rival Hanson?) ringer for Jean Shrimpton;
and that’s saying appliquéd coats and
something. We’ve oversized glasses gave
long been fans of the a nod to our favourite
Tennessee rockers who FLOTUS Jackie O. The shift
play the 3 Arena 1, 2 dress was the trophy piece
and 4 July. Lungs at at Byblos in azure blue with
the ready – prepare to tangerine accents while
belt out those anthems! Jeremy Scott’s runway was pure kaleidoscopic joy. At
Giamba, necklines were
GREGORY PORTER high and hemlines were BYBLOS
higher – shorter-than-short CHRISTIAN DIOR
Lend your ears to the man in the dresses in pastel hues. It’s
officially time to resurrect
hat and you won’t be disappointed. the capri pant, thanks to
the woman of the moment,
Gregory Porter brings his velvet Maria Grazia Chiuri at
Dior. Our favourite of the
NEXT voice to our shores for a swift visit
this summer that is guaranteed to season, however,
was the ever-
set our hearts a-flutter. Does the reliable but never
boring Miuccia
soulful songstrel have the deepest Prada at Miu Miu.
Swim caps and
register known to man? It’s floral swimwear
were the order
very possible – with a voice of the day for
an effortlessly
like treacle and tear-inducing fun take on the
swinging sixties.
lyrics, the unique jazz maestro

will play Trinity College on

6 July. Mark it in the diary.


THE WATER ORCHARD 7stranger things MIU MIU
From the company that brought us THE ONE TO WATCH JEREMY SCOTT
The Aeneid and Conor: At the end of the
Universe, Collapsing Horse is back with CHARLENE GLEESON
a new play, The Water Orchard. Orchard Charlene Gleeson’s star profile
owner Old Madeleine wakes in a strange is growing all the time, especially
world only to find a sentient projector since she appeared in Penny
probing her with questions she is loathe to Dreadful alongside Eva Green,
answer. She relies on her estate populated with Billie Piper and Sarah Greene.
gesticulating actors, fibbers and egomaniacs Probably best known for her role
to save her. This is wildly over-the-top farce as Sarah in RTÉ’S fly on the wall
meets magical realism – prepare for side- mockumentary, Sarah and Steve,
splitting, jaw dropping brilliance and a moral or Gleeson’s first lead role was in
two. At the Project Arts Centre from 18 to 29 Gary Shore’s award-winning
July. short film The Draft. She’s rubbed
shoulders with The Inbetweeners’
JIMMY’S HALL Simon Bird in his directorial
It’s been three years since Ken Loach’s film debut Ernestine and Kit and will appear in two short
Jimmy’s Hall awoke the nationalist in us and films this July in the Galway film Fleadh (Gustav and
now we are champing at the bit for the world Breath). Gleeson’s origins were in the theatre and
premiere of the theatre adaptation at the she has treaded the boards in the Abbey, The Civic,
Abbey Theatre. Directed by new joint director The Project Arts Centre and Smock Alley. Did we
of the Abbey, Graham McLaren, the play mention she is also a producer and her first short
centres on young activist Jimmy who returns opened the LA Irish Film Festival in Santa Monica?
home after ten years spent in exile for a Remember this name – we reckon there are a lot of
“heinous crime” – setting up a dancehall – or scripts coming her way this year.
a den of iniquity according to the church. It’s
the 1930s, and Jimmy is determined (this time)
to lift his community from depression. At the
Abbey Theatre from 28 July to 19 August.





Imagine telling your therapist your deepest, darkest SET IN TIME
secrets, only for her betray you without your
knowledge? That’s the premise for new ten part The Lewis Glucksman Gallery in UCC plays host to
series Gypsy where the chic, seemingly together
therapist Jean Holloway (Naomi Watts) deliberately Set in Time: Drawings from the Serge Lifar Collection.
seeks out illicit meetings with the people in her
patients’ lives. Sam Taylor-Johnson’s work has Running until July 23, the exhibition shows drawings
always pushed boundaries and we reckon Gypsy is
about to do just that. This will send shivers down of set and costume designs commissioned by the
your spine. Streaming on Netflix from 30 June.
Ballets Russes director, Serge Lifar. Including sketches

from some of the 20th century’s greatest painters

from Henri Matisse to Jean Cocteau.
It’s been six short years (where does
the time go?) since Game of Thrones
first hit our television screens and
we’ve been hooked ever since. If the
trailer’s anything to go by, there’s

explosions, suicide, battles and sex

galore; the undead white walkers are

readying themselves for battle and

Cersei, Khaleesi, Sansa and Arya are

Next still giving the men a run for their
money. Available to watch on Sky
Atlantic from 17 July.

game on Next

LONGITUDE Oscar winner, Hitchcock muse, princess, was there
Everyone’s favourite starboy ever a more elegant style icon than Grace Kelly? We
is on his way to Ireland this think not, which is why we can’t wait to visit Castletown
summer for Longitude. We just House this summer for Grace, an exhibition of 124
hope The Weeknd brings Selena original photographs charting her journey from
along so we can nab a selfie or Hollywood star to Princess Grace of Monaco. The
two. Irish indie outfit Picture photographs, dating from 1955–1969, include the State
This continues its upward visit to Ireland in 1961 (which featured in Irish Tatler at
trajectory, playing on Friday the time!). This is not your average photo exhibition – it
while Stormzy headlines and is not Grace’s public image but her private life that
one-to-watch Dua Lipa (below) is on display. Presented by the OPW, it is curated by
is also on the bill. Forget Guillaume Aral, Virginie Journiac and Leonardo Saviano
Coachella – it’s probably too and will run from now until September.
hot there anyway – we’ve got
festival fever and we’re already GALWAY INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
planning our outfits. The Galway International Arts Festival is renowned
for debuting world premieres such as Enda Walsh’s
16 IRISH TATLER JULY 2017 Arlington and Ballyturk. The explosively brilliant
Landmark Productions (The Walworth Farce, Once, Howie
the Rookie) will fuse Georg Büchner’s 12 scene play
Woyzeck and Schubert’s 24 song opera Die Winterreise,
in Woyzeck in Winter starring Patrick O’Kane and
Camille O’Sullivan. The set is composed of dozens of
broken pianos and director Conall Morrisson describes
the piano as the central metaphor for the piece; an
infinitely expressive instrument that can easily go out
of tune, just like the human mind. Forget your average
opera, this is the terrain of the Nick Caves and Tom
Waits of the music world. Don’t miss its premiere at
GIAF 17. Other musical highlights of the festival include
Passenger, Gavin James and The Beach Boys’ Brian
Wilson running from 17 to 30 July at various venues
around Galway.

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