Tue 2:25pm GMT
A a show celebrating professional artists from Fingal performing in the restored 12th Century Chapel of Swords Castle
The show features performances from stage and screen star Ciara O’Callaghan, award-winning playwright Elaine Murphy, West End musical star Brian Gilligan, international modern Irish dancers Prodijig Nawal Elabdri, Meadhbh Kennedy, Christen Mooney, Georgina Donovan, Kellie Morris, artist Glenn Matthews and up-and-coming singer/songwriter Muireann.
Cinematography by Louis Maxwell and music was composed by Trisha O’Keefe.
Mayor of Fingal Cllr David Healy said: “I would like to congratulate David who produced this wonderful film featuring such a talented group of artistic talent from Fingal. I am delighted that David, through the Creative Ireland Fingal programme, was able to produce such a wonderful film showcasing some amazing local artists and I would encourage people to view this wonderful film on our Youtube channel.”
Chief Executive AnnMarie Farrelly said: ‘Fingal is home to a wonderful and vibrant Arts scene and we have seen both individuals and groups find new ways of connecting with their audience. This “Dear Fingal” film featuring a wonderful array of local talent is yet another example of that and I would like to congratulate everyone involved for their fantastic performances.”
Director of Housing and Community Margaret Geraghty said: “Fingal County Council has worked extremely hard to support the Arts sector throughout the Covid-19 period through a range of initiatives such as mentoring, support schemes and grant aid.
The Creative Ireland Fingal programme is built around the themes of identity, culture and citizenship to provide support and assistance to individuals and creative groups from all disciplines and this project certainly fulfils all those principles.
Supoorted by Fingal County Council and Creative Ireland