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Denise Gough leads Irish Talent in new BBC Drama ‘Paula’
25 May 2017 : Katie McNeice
The seasoned television actress has featured most recently in the likes of ‘The Fall’, ‘Guerilla’ and ‘Apple Tree Yard’, and is now the titular character in the BBC Drama.

The first episode aired last night at 21:35 on RTÉ One and is set to continue for a further two weeks.

Conor McPherson, the acclaimed playwright also adapting Eoin Colfer’s ‘Artemis Fowl’ for the big screen, pens the three-part project with Head of BBC NI Drama Stephen Wright referring to him earlier this year as being, “..one of Ireland’s leading leading dramatists”.

Alex Holmes directs the drama which also stars Irish talents such as Aoibhinn McGinnity (The Drummer and the Keeper), Siobhán Cullen (The Clinic), Jane Brennan (Brooklyn) and Owen McDonnell (My Mother and Other Strangers).

‘Paula’ filmed in Northern Ireland from October 2016 and is produced by BBC NI, Cuba Films and Northern Ireland Screen.

Gough’s character drives the story as a chemistry teacher whose one night stand with an attractive but dangerous man brings about disturbing consequences.




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