Love/Hate cast come out to support Nidge in his new show

Love/Hate cast come out to support Nidge in his new show

Love/Hate cast come out to support Nidge in his new show

King Nidge may be dead but all is forgiven in the world of Love/Hate as the cast came out in force to Dublin’s Olympia Theatre in support of his new show Howie The Rookie.

Actor Tom Vaughan-Lawlor was joined by the cast as he returned to the stage last night for his sell-out show just days after the season finale of the RTE drama.

Love/Hate cast come out to support Nidge in his new show

It looks like Fran, aka Peter Connan, was released for the special occasion and proudly walked the red carpet with his girlfriend Kim.

He also rubbed shoulders with Howie The Rookie writer, Mark O’Rowe, before taking time to pose with fans and complete a quick Q&A.

Love/Hate cast come out to support Nidge in his new show

Pipe bomb maker Patrick aka John Connors also made an appearance, or possible peace offering, with actress Audrey Hamilton

Love/Hate cast come out to support Nidge in his new show

And they weren’t alone in supporting the star, Ian Lloyd Anderson who played Dean and Caoilfhionn Dunne who play Lizzie, were also in attendance.

The show has received high praise and runs until this Saturday November 15.

“Long live King Nidge”

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