Sally Rooney’s Conversation with Friends hits Irish cinemas on May 18th

The highly anticipated series Conversation with Friends will hit Irish cinemas in two weeks.

he TV show, based on Sally Rooney’s debut novel, premieres for Irish audiences on Wednesday 18 May at 21:35 on RTÉ One and is also available on the online player.

It is being produced by Element Pictures, who also adapted Ms. Rooney’s second novel, the hugely popular one normal peopleDirected by the well-known Irish director Lenny Abrahamson.

conversation with friends follows Frances (played by Alison Oliver), a 21-year-old college student in Dublin as she navigates a series of relationships that force her to confront her own vulnerabilities for the first time.

As normal peopleThe series will take viewers to different places at different times in the characters’ lives, with scenes set in Dublin, Belfast and Croatia.

The 12-episode drama series was commissioned by the BBC in association with Hulu and produced in association with RTÉ.

Dermot Horan, Director of Broadcast and Co-Productions at RTÉ said: “RTÉ is delighted to once again be working with Element Pictures conversations with friends.

“Sally Rooney’s novels have resonated well with Irish readers and there is great expectation that this adaptation will do the same for viewers of RTÉ Television and RTÉ Player.” Sally Rooney’s Conversation with Friends hits Irish cinemas on May 18th

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