Sunday 25 September 2016

Dublin's Kings Inn transformed into London's St Paul's Cathedral for Ripper Street

Published 27/08/2015 | 02:30

Kings Inn located on Dublin's Constitution Hill is draped in Union Jack flags and made to look like London's St Paul's Cathedral for the arrival of Queen Victoria (played by Barbara Adair) in the BBC hit TV series Ripper Street circa 1889, Dublin, Ireland - 26.08.15. Queen Victoria (played by Barbara Adair) arrives at Kings Inn
Kings Inn located on Dublin's Constitution Hill is draped in Union Jack flags and made to look like London's St Paul's Cathedral for the arrival of Queen Victoria (played by Barbara Adair) in the BBC hit TV series Ripper Street circa 1889, Dublin, Ireland - 26.08.15. Queen Victoria (played by Barbara Adair) arrives at Kings Inn
Queen Victoria & Neville Chamberlain join the cast of BBC hit TV series Ripper Street filming in Dublin which doubles for Whitechapel in London's East End circa 1889, Dublin, Ireland - 19.08.15. Pictures: Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM *** Local Caption *** Adam Rothenberg (plays Capt. Jackson), Michael Ford Fitzgerald (plays Frederick Cotter)
Kings Inn located on Dublin's Constitution Hill is draped in Union Jack flags and made to look like London's St Paul's Cathedral for the arrival of Queen Victoria (played by Barbara Adair) in the BBC hit TV series Ripper Street circa 1889, Dublin, Ireland - 26.08.15. Pictures: Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM *** Local Caption *** Jerome Flynn
Extras filming at the Kings Inns in Dublin on Victorian crime drama ‘Ripper Street’.
Kings Inn located on Dublin's Constitution Hill is draped in Union Jack flags and made to look like London's St Paul's Cathedral for the arrival of Queen Victoria (played by Barbara Adair) in the BBC hit TV series Ripper Street circa 1889, Dublin, Ireland - 26.08.15. Kings Inn with Union Jacks
Kings Inn located on Dublin's Constitution Hill is draped in Union Jack flags and made to look like London's St Paul's Cathedral for the arrival of Queen Victoria (played by Barbara Adair) in the BBC hit TV series Ripper Street circa 1889, Dublin, Ireland - 26.08.15. Queen Victoria (played by Barbara Adair) arrives at Kings Inn
Jerome Flynn
Queen Victoria & Neville Chamberlain join the cast of BBC hit TV series Ripper Street filming in Dublin which doubles for Whitechapel in London's East End circa 1889, Dublin, Ireland - 19.08.15. Adam Rothenberg (plays Capt. Jackson), Michael Ford Fitzgerald (plays Frederick Cotter)

Victorian times were brought back to life in Dublin yesterday as filming continued for the crime drama 'Ripper Street'.

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Union Jacks were hung from the buildings around Kings Inn in Dublin as it was made to look like London's St Paul's Cathedral for the arrival of Queen Victoria - played by actress Barbara Adair.

Other stars of the popular fictional drama filming in Dublin this week include MyAnna Buring, Jerome Flynn, Adam Rothenberg and Matthew Macfadyen.

Based in the Whitechapel area of London, 'Ripper Street' follows on from the infamous murders of Jack the Ripper, the serial killer who butchered a number of women in 1888.

The show was initially broadcast on BBC, but was dropped due to low ratings.

However, internet streaming site Amazon Prime stepped in and it was recently announced that a fourth and fifth season will be filmed.

Irish Independent

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