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Troy Studios chairman may make offer for Bray’s Ardmore

Wicklow County Council to hear film and TV industry’s concerns relating to sale

By Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
8th January, 2017

Chris O’Dowd and David Rawle in a scene from Sky’s Moone Boy, which was filmed at Ardmore Studios in Bray

Joe Devine, the financier and chairman of the fledgling Limerick TV and film facility Troy, may make a bid for Ardmore Studios, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

Devine is interested in Ardmore as a potential fit with his existing investment in Troy, which he and businessman Ulric Kenny have backed with more than €600,000.

Ardmore, whose hits have included TV series like Moone Boy and Penny Dreadful, is owned by Ossie Kilkenny and former...

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