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Katy Perry: The Tickets joins the pop star for a glass of bubbly as she celebrates her 27th birthday. The Coronas: huge in Ireland but largely untested out foreign, it’s an interesting time for Danny O’Reilly and friends. Cher Lloyd: …

Fri, Nov 4, 2011, 08:45

   

Katy Perry: The Tickets joins the pop star for a glass of bubbly as she celebrates her 27th birthday.

The Coronas: huge in Ireland but largely untested out foreign, it’s an interesting time for Danny O’Reilly and friends.

Cher Lloyd: the X Factor troublemaker jumps off the production line.

Miranda July: she’s everything that’s wonderful and woeful about the indie movie scene as we meet the phenomenon behind The Future

Domhnall Gleeson: the familiar face on going from Harry Potter to playing a farmer running a brothel in Sensation.

Cars Love Girls: what’s on the rider of the Dublin duo

Plus CD reviews (including Snow Patrol, Little Xs for Eyes, Goodtime, Manic Street Preachers, Odonis Odonis, Ane Brun, Real Estate, Camille, Mayer Hawthorne, Mary Black and Southern Tenant Folk Union), films (Machine Gun Preacher, Tower Heist, Sensation, Inni, The Future, Straw Dogs, In Time, Jack Goes Boating), games (Battlefield 3, The Adventures of Tin Tin, The Sims 3), apps (Wall Of Sound), listings, news and much, much more.

That’s your winning Ticket in The Irish Times today in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.

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