Game of Thrones: Hodor actor Kristian Nairn to DJ at Rave Of Thrones dance parties on Australian tour

Game of Thrones: Hodor actor Kristian Nairn to DJ at Rave Of Thrones dance parties on Australian tour
IT may be the most unlikely chant you will hear at a dance party, but expect plenty of “Hodor” hollers to punctuate the inaugural Rave Of Thrones events next month. Northern Irish actor Kristian Nairn will return to his night job as a DJ for the dance …
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Rave of Thrones for DJ Hodor as actor Kristian Nairn spins the decks at Comic-Con
Actor Kristian Nairn – who played the tragic character in the HBO fantasy show from the first series in 2011 until his departure earlier this year – has forged a second career as a house DJ after impressing on the Belfast scene. Following on from his Rave …
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‘Game of Thrones’ Star Kristian Nairn Taking Year Hiatus, Mounting ‘Rave of Thrones’ DJ Tour
Hiatus is coming for “Game of Thrones” stars Kristain Nairn and Isaac Hempstead-Wright. In a recent interview Nairn revealed their characters weren’t scheduled to appear on Season 5 of HBO’s hit fantasy series. “We have a season off and we have a …
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Australian Open Intent on Leading the World in Pampering Players

sportAustralian Open Intent on Leading the World in Pampering Players
MELBOURNE, Australia — For decades, professional tennis players struggled with tournament organizers to get more money and better services, and while that battle is far from over, the level of player pampering at the Australian Open suggests a …
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Tennis supporters enjoy Oh WATA Night in Margaritaville
Hosted at Fianna Hills Country Club in Fort Smith, the Western Arkansas Tennis Association’s (WATA) Jimmy Buffett-song inspired fundraiser featured all things beach including dinner, drinks, decor, and more. Upon arrival, guests were greeted at the …
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No. 15 Aggie men’s tennis upsets fifth-ranked Ohio State
15 Texas A&M men’s tennis team pulled an upset of fifth-ranked Ohio State, beating the Buckeyes 4-3 over two days of action and a trio of rain delays at Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon. The Aggies won the doubles point on Saturday on a pair …
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