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|Caption||A view of part of the set used in the television programme '...|
|Programme||Down at Flannery's|
A view of part of the set used in the television programme 'Down at Flannery's' in 1963. The set depicts a pub - a shelf filled with bottles and a counter with a beer tap attached to it are visible.
'Down at Flannery's' was an RTE light entertainment production, which combined ballad singing and traditional music with the day to day happenings in a fictional Irish village, Ballybeckett. It was written by Carolyn Swift, produced by Bill Skinner and first screened on 10 July 1963.
|Date of photograph||
(01/Aug/1963 - 01/Aug/1963)