Killinaskully is no more. I want to make it in Britain just like Mrs Brown

Eoin Murphy
October 2012
Mail on Sunday;10/28/2012, p18
KILLINASKULLY'S legion of fans are well used to seeing its creator, Pat Shortt, in different guises. He plays a plethora of characters from corrupt politician Willie Power and barfly Dan Clancy to amorous female B&B owner Goretti. But as he walks towards me across the lobby of the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, only two people manage to recognise the star, and get a cheery wave in return.


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