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Lights, camera, culture: LA gets ready for Ireland week

15th October, 2017
The city of LA will light up this week for Irish week Pic: Getty

Every October, British creative types decamp to LA for a week to mingle with their Hollywood cousins, showcase the best of British film, network, collaborate on future projects and generally make their presence felt in the film industry.

Dublin born businesswoman Deirdre O’Neill, whose O’Neill Group includes Irish and California corporate, cultural and government clients, observed the success of Brit Week and this year, decided to go one better. The inaugural Ireland Week initiative, an...

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