1 June 2012 No Comments by The Northern Standard

THE final episode of Monaghan based comedy ‘Trouble Times Three’ was launched in the Market House, Monaghan on Monday last, 28th of May.
All four episodes were shown and a reception was then held in the Squealing Pig for those in attendance.
The cast and crew would like to thank the following people and organisations:
Somhairle MacConghail and Sandra McQuaid in the Market House for their help
Monaghan County Council for sponsoring the launch night
Pauline O’Brien at the Social Welfare office
Ferghal, Michael and Brendean Deery in Master Deery Bar and The Junction Nightclub
Raymond Aughey at The Squealing Pig Bar and Restaurant
Kay Cassidy in Monaghan Town Library
Monaghan Shopping Centre
McNally’s Crane Hire
Sonia Reynolds
Maurice Moffett
Margaret Caulfield and Teresa Duffy at St Davnet’s Hospital, Rooskey
Eileen Costello in the Garage Theatre
Berndette Smith and Pat O’Reilly in Monaghan Courthouse
Thanks to all other businesses, local media and individuals who helped the cast and crew by accommodating the shoots at various locations around Monaghan Town. Sincere gratitude is also expressed to all who took the time to view and vote for Trouble Times Three.

Voting has taken place this week from Monday and will continue until next Monday, 4th June. ‘Trouble Times Three’ is now competing against the Co Cavan based ‘Begrudgers’ and Co Galway based ‘Student Teacher’ for the ultimate prize of Storyland winner 2012.
If  ‘Trouble Times Three’ is chosen as the winner, this will hopefully lead to the securing of a development deal with RTÉ to make the series for television.
Voting can be done by logging on to People can also tollow ‘Trouble Times Three’ on Facebook and on Twitter @TroubleTimesThr for more information, behind the scenes and photos.

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