Do you keep your toaster in the cupboard? Do you absolutely LOVE Abba? The hilarious blackboard of the differences between Catholics and Protestants as featured in Derry Girls has gone on display in the Ulster Museum.
Now immortalised in the Belfast museum, the new Culture Lab exhibition is presented under the tagline ‘Don’t Believe the Stereotype’ and showcases insightful differences in our society.
We’re delighted to see the comedy recognised in its exhibits and so far it has been going down a treat with visitors:
You can see the hilarious blackboard in all its glory at the Ulster Museum and relive that moment from Derry Girls in the scene below:
Derry Girls is a critically acclaimed British sitcom that is written and created by Lisa McGee and produced by Hat Trick Productions. It’s set in Derry in the nineties with most of the scenes being filmed either in Derry or Belfast. A third season has been commissioned for 2020.
Clearly striking a note with viewers, the show was renewed for a second series shortly after the airing of the pilot episode and is now regarded as Channel 4’s most successful comedy since Father Ted.
To see the exhibition, head along to the Ulster Museum located in the Botanic Gardens in Belfast. Find more entertaining stories on WeAreIrish here!