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There was the sweet scent of celebrity in the air on Monday as a host of socialites gathered for the exclusive unveiling of Giorgio Armani's latest female perfume.

Pregnant presenter Claire Byrne (below), TV3'S Debbie O'Donnell and stylist Darren Kennedy were among the names who turned out at the The Clarence in the city centre.

Guests saw an exclusive preview of the campaign film featuring Cate Blanchett.

Get down to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre in Dublin's docklands to see the world's longest-running play, which opened yesterday.

The Mousetrap opened at the Ambassador Theatre in the West End in 1952, starring Richard Attenborough.

Some 403 actors later, Agatha Christie's crowd-pleaser is still going strong and will run until June 29. Tickets are from €18.

Queen's guitarist Brian May teams up with rock goddess Kerry Ellis for an acoustic show in the Olympia Theatre on Sunday.

Tickets, starting from €36.50 are still available, via Ticketmaster.

Hip indie joint The Button Factory is going soulful this Friday, for one night only.

Refreshing Irish choir The Line-Up and sister choir The Soulful are back on home turf following their acclaimed performance in London at the 30 Choir Festival.

Tickets are a bargain at €12 and are still on sale.