Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe enjoyed a wild night out in Dublin with local GAA team


Daniel Radcliffe partying in Dublin
The ‘Harry Potter’ actor was in the Irish capital – where he is filming ‘The F Word’ –when he bumped into Dublin’s minor Gaelic Football team, who were celebrating winning the their first All Ireland title since 1984, on Sundayband  joined them for a house party where he stayed until the early hours.

After pictures of Daniel partying with the team surfaced on Facebook and twitter and a photograph of him holding the winning Tom Markham cup was published on joe.ie, one insider explained how it came about.

He said: “My brother was there. He and his friends saw him walking on Grafton Street the night after they won the final and were talking to him for ages. He went back to the house party with them and stayed for around two hours.”

The ‘F Word’ tells the story of a pair of twentysomethings - Wallace (Daniel) and Chantry (Zoe Kazan) - who hit it off after meeting at a party, but they are forced to keep their relationship platonic and decide to just be friends because Zoe's alter-ego has a long-term boyfriend.

It is based on the play 'Toothpaste and Cigars' by T.J. Dawe and Michael Rinaldi.


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