Here’s where you can watch ‘The Town’ documentary

first_imgHome News Community Here’s where you can watch ‘The Town’ documentary NewsCommunityWe Are Laois By Siun Lennon – 4th September 2018 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR #thetown is now trending in Ireland— Trendsmap Ireland (@TrendsIreland) September 3, 2018You can watch the first of the three part series here.SEE ALSO – Incredible fundraising effort helps bring seriously ill Laois man home from Tenerife Pinterest TAGSThe Town documentary Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Community Powerful stuff there from Richie Reid&his wife!!Talking about how you are feeling is very undervalued in this country! #TheTown @VirginMedia_One— Craig Rogers (@Rodgie5) September 3, 2018center_img Proof you’ll walk past a friendly face in town, throw them a wave and a smile and not have a clue of the extent of what’s going on in their life #TheTown— Aedín (@_Aedin) September 3, 2018 Twitter Facebook Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Here’s where you can watch ‘The Town’ documentary Community Huge praise and acclaim came for the first of the three-part documentary series ‘The Town’, which aired on Virgin Media One, formerly TV3 last night.Tweets poured in about the programme, and #thetown began trending nationally on Twitter.The series, produced by Yvonne Kinsella for Motive TV, followed a number of people based around Portlaoise throughout the autumn and winter of 2017.The heart-wrenching documentary received huge praise by Twitter users from Laois and further afield.Those featured on last night’s porgramme were praised for their honesty and hard-work, and a lot of very important issued were raised.These included mental health, suicide, life-threatening illnesses and working hard to support those you love.Among those featured were Richie Reid and Julieka Cahill, Rose Maher, Yvonne and Sean Comerford, Christy Bannon and Noel and Marie Tuohy.Next week the documentary takes a look at residents fighting against downgrades to Portlaoise hospital and Laois’s most well-known priest Father Paddy Byrne.Incredibly powerful, difficult, inspiring, moving, poignant piece tonight with Richie & Julieka on #TheTownWe can never get Dinny back, but we can help others. We’re here to listen, we want to help. Let us help of you both ❤️❤️??❤️❤️— Park/Ratheniska GAA (@parkratheniska) September 3, 2018 Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Previous articleLaois town named in 10 ‘best places’ in Ireland listNext articleLocal radio station has received an incredible six IMRO nominations Siun Lennonún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics. Council Twitterlast_img read more