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Social Pictures: The Irish Premiere of the Sinéad O’Connor documentary, ‘Nothing Compares’


By Sarah Gill
14th Oct 2022

Brian McEvoy

Social Pictures: The Irish Premiere of the Sinéad O’Connor documentary, ‘Nothing Compares’

Lovers of movies, music and Irish culture gathered at The Stella for the Irish premiere of the highly anticipated Sinéad O’Connor documentary, Nothing Compares.

Plenty of well-known Irish faces were in attendance on the night, including the film’s director Kathryn Ferguson and producer Michael Mallie.

When was it?

Tuesday, 4 October

Where was it?

The Stella Cinema Rathmines, Dublin 6

Why were we there?

First premiering at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, Nothing Compares’ Irish premiere took place in Dublin on 4 October. The film follows the career of singer Sinead O’Connor through her rise to fame and how her iconoclastic personality led her to exile the pop mainstream.

At the premiere in the Stella, director Kathryn Ferguson took to the stage after the screening for a question and answer session with Una Mullally.

Who was there?

Guests including Holly Carpenter, Mundy, Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh, Ian Dempsey along with his wife Ger, Erica Cody, Brooke Scullion, Singer Aimee Fitzpatrick, Rory O’Neill, Tríona McCarthy as well as Mary Kennedy and her daughter Lucy Foster were among guests who took to the red carpet at the Stella Rathmines for the highly anticipated screening of the the new film Nothing Compares.

Isabel McCarthy, Catherine O’Flaherty and Venetia Quick
Director Kathryn Ferguson
Erica Cody

To see who else attended the Irish premiere of the Sinead O’Connor documentary, ‘Nothing Compares’, browse through gallery below…

Photography by Brian McEvoy