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Tom Vaughan Lawlor as Nidge. Photo: Bernard Walsh/RTE/PA Wire

Tom Vaughan Lawlor as Nidge. Photo: Bernard Walsh/RTE/PA Wire

Tom Vaughan Lawlor as Nidge. Photo: Bernard Walsh/RTE/PA Wire

KING Nidge tried his best to look dapper when he attended the Love/Hate wrap party.

But IFTA-winning actor Tom Vaughan-Lawlor didn't quite hit the mark.

His ensemble was all business on top; with a sharp black tie and tasteful grey cardigan.

But Tom (34) chose to complete the smart tie with a pair of ill-fitting denim jeans and questionable orange and black trainers.

The actor was joined by his fellow cast and crew members for the finale wrap party in Pacino's on Suffolk Street.

And it was an evening filled with pepperoni pizza, blooper reels, hard-drinking and dancing.

"The guys had a great time," manager of Pacino's Michael Martin told the Herald. "They have the wrap party here every year and it's always a great night."

 

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The evening started with director David Gaffney showing the cast and crew an outtake reel – packed full of hilarious on-set gaffes.

"David introduced that and they all started laughing. There were lots of shots of them corpsing on set," Michael said.

Charlie Murphy (27) and Caoilfhionn Dunne had flown into town.

Charlie is currently filming in Sheffield, while Caoilfhionn is over in London rehearsing for Conor McPherson's The Night Alive.

The two girls dug into pizza pies with pals Susan Loughnane and Peter Coonan.

"It was a buffet-style set-up so they had Michelangelo and pepperoni pizzas and drank white wine and beer," Michael said. "The tab was high enough – we were happy with it."

The cast didn't emerge from the eatery till 7am.

Laurence Kinlan – who plays Elmo – tweeted: "Holy f***. That was a mental night!"

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