|Year||2006 - 2008|
|Duration||26 x 24 minutes|
|Executive Producer||Paul Cummins|
|Producer||Micheál Ó Domhnaill and John Brady|
|Production / Partners||TG4, IFB, BAI and Telegael|
Aifric is a 26 x half hour comedy drama, for a tweenie and early teenage audience. It’s about the big issues facing all young teens – how to find your own identity, how to navigate the mindfield of school life, how to fall in love, without falling on your face. It’s an affectionate look at family and school life, seen through the eyes of a character who sometimes wishes she didn’t have a family to live with, or a school to go to ...
Cliona Ní Chiosáin stars in the title role of Aifric, with Barry Barnes as her music-obsessed father Tom, Mairead Conneely is Aifric’s hippy, alternative mother Janis and Kevin O’Dwyer plays the role of her yoga loving, annoying, younger brother Traolach.