It is reported that Harry Styles will make his live solo debut in Ireland with a show at Dublin's 3Arena in November.

The One Direction star's sold-out tour begins in the US in September and runs through Europe in October and November. After Styles' show in Glasgow on November 2, there is a two-day gap until his next date in Stockholm on November 5 - a window for a possible Irish visit.

Styles is racking up the miles over the autumn and winter with dates in America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Japan 

However, many fans are set to be disappointed as the Irish Sun reports that Styles will only play one Irish date.

Styles is touring on the back of his well-received debut album

"There will be a lot of Harry's UK fans trying to make it over to Ireland for the Dublin concert," a source told the paper.

"Harry could sell out a couple of nights at the 3Arena but his schedule only allows for one concert here."

The singer released his debut album to positive reviews earlier this month. He has a busy summer ahead with his big screen acting debut in Christopher Nolan's wartime drama Dunkirk. The film, which also stars Irish actors Cillian Murphy and Barry Keoghan, is released in cinemas on July 21.

Styles recently told movie magazine Little White Lies that filming Dunkirk had taken a lot out of him.

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"However much you train for it, filming in the water for an hour in full clothes is a gruelling experience," he said.