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Jack the joker on staying grounded and changing strategy as his star rises

Star of Sing Street Jack Reynor speaks about finding his funny side

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

13th March, 2016
Jack Reynor Pic: Matt Sayles AP

Jack Reynor is nursing a sore head, and it’s no surprise. It’s the morning after the night before, when his new film Sing Street premiered at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival in the Savoy cinema.

Most of the cast and crew were at the premiere, plus their families and friends. After the film aired, they went for a drink in the Gresham hotel and then on to Whelan’s on Wexford...

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