Fair City is scheduled to be back on our screens in September.
The RTÉ One series has been off air since April 12th, as filming on the much loved soap was brought to a halt earlier this year – due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Executive producer Brigie deCourcy confirmed the show will return in early September on RTÉ Radio 1, and revealed how the cast and crew have been working hard to adhere to new health and safety measures.
“Our staging people have been unbelievable in reorganizing how we do things,” she said.
Announcement: @RTEFairCity will return to RTÉ One in early September????
Production is underway with new safety procedures and systems in place????#FairCity viewers will see new stories and dramas unfold as the programme will reflect life in Ireland with Covid-19. pic.twitter.com/mdG1sSyroG
— RTÉ One (@RTEOne) August 11, 2020
“We have 30 years of body memory of how we move around each other in the studio with three cameras, two booms and all the people and all of the characters and we’ve had to undo all of that… the crew have been fabulous.”
“Come September, we will be back showing three episodes a week, but plan to film four episodes a week until we’ve built up a bit of a backlog.”
“If anything does happen down the line, we will certainly have episodes there, so that we don’t come off the air.”
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