London Irish. Image shows from L to R: Bronagh (Sinead Keenan), Conor (Kerr Logan), Packy (Peter Campion), Niamh (Kat Reagan). Copyright: Company Pictures.

London Irish

Channel 4 sitcom about London's Irish ex-pat community. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2013. Stars Sinead Keenan, Kat Reagan, Peter Campion, Kerr Logan and others.

London Irish. Image shows from L to R: Packy (Peter Campion), Bronagh (Sinead Keenan), Niamh (Kat Reagan), Conor (Kerr Logan). Copyright: Company Pictures.

London Irish

Sitcom about four hard-drinking, hard-living Irish 20-somethings residing in London who find themselves in all kinds of trouble

Channel 4
6   (1 series)
Sinead Keenan, Kat Reagan, Peter Campion, Kerr Logan, Ardal O'Hanlon and Tracey Lynch
Lisa McGee
Tom Marshall
Liz Lewin and Andrea Dewsbery

London Irish is about a hard-drinking, hard-living ex-pat community of Northern Irish 20-somethings in London and written by someone who knows all about that, Derry girl Lisa McGee.

For these four friends it's not easy navigating their way through London life, particularly when they're too drunk to know where they're going, or remember where they've been. If there had been a plan, it wouldn't have been this. They have shit jobs, no money, and are surrounded by English people. In fact there's only one thing worse than living in London with the English. And that's living in Ireland with the Irish. That doesn't even bear thinking about.

Join Conor, his older sister Bronagh, his best friend Packy (or Patrick to his mother), and Niamh as they leap between drinks and hangovers and begin to realise maybe they are getting too old for this. Maybe they all need to take a long hard look at themselves. And they will... definitely... probably... as soon as they shake this hangover.

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Title music, Big Bad Handsome Man, composed and performed by Imelda May.
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Broadcast details

First broadcast
Tuesday 24th September 2013 on Channel 4 at 10pm
Last new broadcast
Tuesday 29th October 2013 on Channel 4 at 10:10pm
Last repeat
Saturday 16th December 2017 at 3:00am on London Live

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