Aidan Turner Attends Opening Night of Noel Coward’s “Private Lives” *Updated*

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The new director of The Gate theatre Selina Cartmell with actor Aidan Turner at the opening night of Noel Coward’s Private Lives. Photo: Tony Gavin 5/4/2017

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05/04/2017 “Private Lives Gate Theatre”. Opening of “Private Lives” Directed by Patrick Mason in the Gate Theatre. Pictured are (LtoR) Katie Davenport, Aidan Turner and Selina Cartmell at the opening of “Private Lives” in the Gate Theatre. Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland
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05/04/2017 “Private Lives Gate Theatre”. Opening of “Private Lives” Directed by Patrick Mason in the Gate Theatre. Pictured are (LtoR) Katie Davenport, Aidan Turner and Selina Cartmell at the opening of “Private Lives” in the Gate Theatre. Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

“Aidan Turner has returned to Dublin for a rare night out at home, as Poldark fans are in a spin over the show’s earlier return to our screens.
The heart-throb was snapped tonight at The Gate theatre with new director of the theatre Selina Cartmell at the opening night of Noel Coward’s Private Lives.
He appeared tonight at the theatre dressed down in jeans and a beanie hat for the show, which is at the beginning of a three month run.

Women around the world have fallen for the Clondalkin native thanks to his shirtless scenes in the drama and his Irish accent off-screen but he is off-the-market.
Fans of the hit show which catapulted him to fame recently learned that it will be back on the BBC in June in a move that means it will no longer clash with ITV hit Victoria.

“The earlier filming schedule on this series means that we can bring the much anticipated third series back sooner for fans to Sunday nights in June,” a BBC spokeswoman said.”

Source:Poldark Star Aidan Turner Touches Down in the Capital

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This is a fan site for the Irish actor, Aidan Turner. He is known for roles in Being Human, Desperate Romantics, The Hobbit and Poldark. His upcoming projects are a West End Production of The Lieutenant of Inishmore and films "Look Away" and "The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot".

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