Troy Studios chairman may make offer for Bray’s Ardmore
Wicklow County Council to hear film and TV industry’s concerns relating to sale
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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