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He may be just back from the bright lights of LA and filming Hollywood blockbuster Transformers 4, but there is no star-studded treatment in Ireland for Jack Reynor.

The young acting star had another late evening filming in an estate in Tallaght for film Glassland this week.

Onlookers said Jack and co looked in good form on the cold and rainy Wednesday evening, even if it was a far cry from the LA sunshine.

www It is going to be a tasty few months for appliance giant Miele, who have lined up some well-known culinary whizzes for cooking demos and classes.

Celebrity chef Rozanne Stevens (right) will join culinary creator Siobhan Berry and Japanese cooking specialist Fiona Uyema for a series of creative cooking demonstrations at the Miele Live Kitchen in Citywest.

www Boyband The Wanted will be bidding us adieu (for a while at least) when they bring The Farewell Tour to Dublin's O2 on March 24 next. Known to enjoy a good time, the five boys, including Blanchardstown hunk Siva Kaneswaran, have welcomed pop rock group The Vamps as guests for their Dublin and Belfast dates.

www One of Dublin's best-known sporting bars is gearing up for an influx of beer-wielding men this week as the annual Super Bowl kicks off Stateside. The Boar's Head on Capel Street will be showing all the live action on their big screens from 10pm on Sunday.

www Hips at the ready, two of the UK's most saucy dancers touch down in Dublin today. Strictly Come Dancing couple Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace are in the capital to talk about their upcoming show, Dance 'Til Dawn.

The new dance extravaganza is on at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre from March 4-8 next.