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"Who Shot Sergeant Kirwan" Docudrama Film. A free ticket event next weekend.

Docudrama film "Who Shot Sergeant Kirwan" which Fingal Old IRA Commemorative Society 1916-1921 have been working on for some time now is ready to be shown to the public. The film is based on a day in Ballyboughal when an RIC Sergeant and a local member of the Fingal 5th Battalion of the IRA were killed. After much hard work and dedication, they are delighted to present this Docudrama film to you all and we hope you enjoy it.

This is a ticket only event and tickets are free and can be ordered through their Facebook page HERE:

Watch a short teaser of Film by Cathal Boland.

Narrated by Cathal Boland. Filmed and Edited by Eric Campbell. Staring descendants and relatives of the main protagonists. Shot on location in Ballyboghal. A Creative Ireland / Dept of Tourism, culture, arts, gaeltacht, sports & media production in association with Decade of Centenaries & Fingal County Council.

This is a ticket only event and tickets can be ordered through their Facebook page HERE:

Many of the actors are relations of those who were there on the day.

95% are local residents.

Film was made on location with the "Set" provided by a local farmer.

Cathal Boland who Directed the film said " The Fingal Old IRA 1916-21 Commemorative Society are really pleased to have the support of Fingal County Council along with funding from Creative Ireland.

This project came about as a reaction to COVID. We had a Community Story to tell and FCC gave us great support and encouragement.

This project is pretty unique in that's it local to this village with most of those taking part are also local to the area.

When people see this movie they will be very surprised by the professionalism, skill and ability displayed.

A great cast based on a true story told well. The time and effort put in by so many is appreciated and Fingal CoCo's support was invaluable.

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