Young Offenders finale to be screened in the English Market

Young Offenders finale to be screened in the English Market

A scene from The Young Offenders TV series shot in the English Market. Picture: Miki Barlok

The English Market will host the official season finale for The Young Offenders TV series. 

A screen will be erected inside the market to watch the final episode which airs on Saturday, March 10.

Members of the cast and crew will walk the red carpet to toast the end of what has proved to be a huge hit. 

The English Market played a major role in the movie and an even bigger role in the new series which recently started on RTÉ2.

Speaking about the finale Peter Foott, creator of The Young Offenders said: “We spent so long filming in The English Market, it has been such an integral part of The Young Offenders, that it seems perfect to have the premiere of the last episode of series one there. The team in the Market have been so accommodating and even starred in some of the episodes so we’re delighted to show the final episode in Cork and celebrate with the people of Cork."

Speaking ahead of the tickets going on sale, Órla Lannin, Manager of The English Market said: “This event is going to be so exciting and we are so thrilled to host it here in The English Market, the cast and crew are regulars in here now and were an absolute pleasure to work with so to have them back to screen the final episode and celebrate the huge success it has been is fantastic."

"We often host big events here in the market but this event is extra special and is on a much higher scale, I have no doubt the tickets will sell out instantly as I’ve already had people ringing looking to get their hands on them, they’ll be like gold dust."

Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday 27th February 2018 and will be available from The English Market office from 10.30am to 12.30pm Monday to Friday. The tickets are €10 with all proceeds going to the Cork-based national charity Straight Ahead, which carries out “just in time” operations on children with Orthopaedic needs that are not being met by the HSE. 

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