A SNEAK peak of a forthcoming Derry Girls exhibition featuring props and 90s memorabilia from the hit comedy show is being unveiled this month.
The exhibition is set to open at Derry’s Tower Museum this July.
It is being funded by Tourism NI and Derry City and Strabane District Council with the hope it will attract fans of the hit Channel 4 sitcom.
Written by Derry girl Lisa McGee, the season finale was aired last year.
A “taster display” of the exhibition is opening this Thursday at the Visit Derry centre at Waterloo Place with items available to view before they join the full exhibition this summer.
The items have been donated by Hat Trick Productions, which produced the Lisa McGee-written show.
Said Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council Sandra Duffy: “The show has become such an important vehicle for promoting Derry, which has taken on a momentum all of its own, thanks to the wonderful vision and insight of Lisa McGee.
“It’s really important that we build on that new awareness, and continue to connect with fans of the series who want to continue their Derry Girls journey and see for themselves what makes this part of the world so special.
“I’m really looking forward to seeing the final exhibition when it all comes together in July.”