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'Ripper Street' Dublin Panel Discussion, Hosted by IFTA this 26th November
07 Nov 2013 : By Kevin Cronin
IFTA members are invited to a 'Ripper Street' discussion panel, about the filming of the series in Dublin, on 26th Nov.
'Ripper Street' - BBC’s Dublin-filmed crime drama set during the aftermath of the Jack the Ripper killings in London - will form the subject of an IFTA-hosted panel discussion in Dublin this 26th Nov, attended by the creators and production team.

Taking part in the event are creator/writer Richard Warlow; Tiger Aspect Head of Drama Will Gould, producer Stephen Smallwood and Irish Producers Ed Guiney & Andrew Lowe of Element Pictures.

Also confirmed to attend are Irish crew members and heads of department including editor Úna Ní Dhonghaíle - whose recent interview with IFTN can be read here - and production designer Mark Geraghty, who is nominated for a Royal Television Society award for his work on the series.

The ‘Ripper Street’ team will provide an in-depth look at the origins of the series, including the challenges of transforming Dublin into 18th century Victorian London using location such as Clancy Barracks, the Natural History Museum and North Great George’s Street.

The second season of ‘Ripper Street’, which is currently airing on BBC One on Monday nights at 9pm, features returning Irish actors Charlene McKenna (‘Raw’) and David Wilmot (‘The Guard’), along with new additions Charlie Murphy (‘Love/Hate’s Siobhán) and Martin McCann (‘Jump’, ‘Band of Brothers’) and Damien Molony (‘Being Human’).

Other Irish crew include make-up artists Sharon Doyle and Eileen Buggy, costume designer Lorna Marie Mugan, and editor Helen Chapman.

The trailer for ‘Ripper Street’ season two can be viewed below:




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