It is a new era for Dubliners in the entertainment industry.
As part of a new leadership team of the Dublin-based production company, the Irish Independent has learned that the company is now looking to take on the world of the arts and entertainment industry with the development of an entertainment destination.
“Dublin is an entertainment capital, it has so much to offer,” said Mark Byrne, who is in charge of the glee programme.
“The Glee project is the first of its kind to bring an entertainment platform to Dublin and the city as a whole.”
Mr Byrne said the project will be based in Dublin but has already been approved for the US, Italy and Russia.
It is believed to be the first glee entertainment destination outside of the US and Europe.
“We are working with an amazing group of people, we have had people in the studio from Italy to the UK and Germany to work on this,” he said.
“It will be a new level of entertainment in Dublin and beyond.”
The Irish Independent understands the Glee programme is being funded by The Glee Foundation and is being backed by The Arts Council of Ireland.
“This is an exciting time for the future of Ireland’s economy,” Mr Byrne added.
“For many people, Irish music is a way to relax and be creative and enjoy the outdoors, which is what Glee is about.”
It is important that the greece-based glee organisation takes advantage of this new opportunity to build an entertainment facility for Dublin, a place for everyone to go to celebrate their love of the outdoors and enjoy our city.
Mr Cahill is the new boss of the Irish company, which also makes the film The Gaze of the Sun. “
Irish music has long been an integral part of our culture and heritage and this project is an extension of that.”
Mr Cahill is the new boss of the Irish company, which also makes the film The Gaze of the Sun.
He has a degree in drama from Trinity College and studied at the University of Edinburgh, where he studied drama.
“I want to bring a new vision to the greek community,” he added.
Mr Cahil was born in Athens, where his father worked as a theatre director and theatre manager.
“As a young boy, I started playing in a local band, playing in Greek bars and playing on the streets, and I was introduced to greek culture by my uncle,” he told The Irish Express.
Mr Byrne is a theatre producer who previously worked with Mr Cahild.
“Mark was the director of The Gildan Theatre in Dublin,” Mr Cahile said.
The Gollans, a small, family-run theatre, has been running since 1925.
Mr Fitzgerald said it is a great opportunity to create a new venue for people.
“In Ireland, there is no other place that can provide this kind of entertainment for our community and that’s the reason why this project has been approved,” he explained.
“Our goal is to create an experience that is unique to Dublin.”
“We want to be a part of that, and it’s an opportunity for us to create something truly special.”
Glee will also be open to people with disabilities.
The company will offer a range of different programmes, including music workshops and theatre productions.
“Glee is an opportunity to see a variety of artists, whether it’s a solo artist or an ensemble,” Mr Fitzgerald added.
The Irish Government is keen to support the new venture and is hoping to make an announcement about the new venue very soon.
“There’s a lot to look forward to,” said Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport, Richard Bruton.
“From a cultural perspective, we know that we’re in an exciting new phase in our economy and this will help to create more jobs and investment in the Irish economy.”