Practically an artifact.
You won’t regret it, Chrissy.
The play is written by the Derry Girls creator Lisa McGee.
Girls and Dolls will run in The Gaiety at the start of next month.
‘Write the way you speak.’
Even Aisling Bea loved it.
Nicola Coughlan told the British Theatre Guide that the writer was not welcome to review any of her performances again.
She was having none of it.
The IFTA Gala Television Awards were on last night and Derry Girls and the Young Offenders did very well
Dermot Bannon also finally won an award!
Nicola Coughlan of Derry Girls can't make it to the IFTAs tonight so the girls made a cardboard cut out of her instead
Derry Girls is up for 4 awards tonight.
Nicola Coughlan from Derry Girls has some strong opinions as to who should be the Ireland's Got Talent wildcard
Nailing her colours to the mast.
Jonathan from Queer Eye gave Clare from Derry Girls a shoutout on Instagram after she made a jumper of him
Who gave her permission?! (Jonathan did, don’t worry).
The comedy, set in the 1990s during The Troubles, has received rave reviews.
Shauneen Armstrong writes how Derry Girls shows what it was like for her and her friends growing up in Northern Ireland.
And to be fair, we are.
Give it to us straight. Be honest.
Things got emotional.
You’ve loved her from the get-go.
Apparently, the last scene is going to give us ‘chills’.
Michelle and Claire picked up.
This is beyond perfect.
Ooooonly a woman, oooOOONLY A WOMAN!
Never work with children or animals, people.
The first episode of Derry Girls was so successful that the show has been renewed for a second season
They need to make the episodes longer.
Derry Girls centres around a teenage girl named Erin, her group of friends, and her family.
They had us at “He was due to start at Christian Brothers but there were concerns for his safety as unfortunately he’s English.”
Here's everything you need to know about Tommy Tiernan's new comedy series set in Derry during The Troubles
It’ll be on TV in just over a fortnight.
Derry Girls will tell the story of an ordinary family living in the North in 1994.