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Tuesday 16 September 2014

In Pictures: Nollaig Fahy's celebrity angels wing in to Belfast

Angels: Beacons of Hope
Angels: Beacons of Hope
Angels: Beacons of Hope

Angels appeared in Victoria Square yesterday as Dublin artist Nollaig Fahy brought his ‘Angels: Beacons of Hope’ exhibition to Belfast.

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The project features 41 of the 8ft tall angels, each one featuring a unique design created by a host of celebrities.

Contributors include Holywood actress Uma Thurman, Director Neil Jordan, Ryder Cup golfer Padraig Harrington, Ireland rugby star Brian O'Driscoll and The Edge from U2.

One by actress Pauline "Go on, Go on, Go on" McGlynn (Mrs Doyle from Father Ted) dons the wig worn by her during the filming of the cult comedy series. When the exhibition finishes touring Ireland, the artwork angels will be auctioned off in aid of charities.

For more information visit angelsbeaconsofhope.ie

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