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Holy Cross

Synopsis

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A drama about fear, identity and trust amid sectarian abuse in Belfast, based on real events in 2001. Two families are caught up in a conflict when girls from a Catholic area must walk through a predominantly Protestant area to get to the Holy Cross Primary School. Contains violence and strong language. Continues after the news at 10.35pm.
Written by Terry Cafolla ; Producers Robert Cooper and Jonathan Curling
Director Mark Brozel (S) www.bbc.co.uk/ni/drama Videoplus code for 9.00-11.05pm (non-PDC)

Contributors

Written By: Terry Cafolla
Producers: Robert Cooper
Director: Mark Brozel
Ann McClure: Zara Turner
Sarah Norton: Bronagh Gallagher
Gerry McClure: Colum Convey
Peter Norton: Patrick O'Kane
Karen Norton: Louise Doran
Siobhan McClure: Emma Whyte
Aoife McClure: Lauren McDonald
Tony McClure: Henry Deazley
Roy: Fergal McElherron
Seamus: Richard Dormer
Mary: Aoife McMahon
Dawn: Cara Kelly
Harry: George Shane
Scan: James Doran
Matt: Colin Murphy
Chairperson: Paula McFetridge
MrsTanney: Stella McCusker
Teacher: Abbie Spallen
Sam: Kieran Creggan
Mani: Michael Liebmann
Bin: MacLean Stewart
Billy: Brendan MacKey






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