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TV hit Vikings faces threat of strike over ‘breach of agreement’

The Irish Film Workers Association has already organised a series of wildcat strikes and protests on film sets earlier this year, including a walkout and picket of a Nordic TV drama being filmed in central Dublin in the spring

23rd September, 2018

Vikings, the multimillion-euro TV series filmed in Ireland, is facing a strike threat on the production’s set in Co Wicklow this week as industrial relations tensions escalate.

The producers of the series, seen as one of the most-high profile successes of the film and TV sector in Ireland, were served with a strike notice last week by the Irish Film Workers Association (IFWA).

The IFWA has already organised a series of wildcat strikes...

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