The series revolves around three young men, Barry, Raymond and Michael, who share a house on Dublin's Batchelor's Walk.
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Series cast summary:
Don Wycherley Don Wycherley ...  Raymond 15 episodes, 2001-2003
Simon Delaney ...  Michael 15 episodes, 2001-2003
Keith McErlean ...  Barry 15 episodes, 2001-2003
Marcella Plunkett ...  Alison 13 episodes, 2001-2003
Kelly Campbell ...  Jane / ... 8 episodes, 2003
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The series revolves around three young men, Barry, Raymond and Michael, who share a house on Dublin's Batchelor's Walk.

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English

Release Date:

October 2001 (Ireland) See more »

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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland

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Though the title refers to Bachelor's Walk, the real-life Dublin street, where the series is set, the apostrophe is omitted to add a different meaning to the words. This is in homage to James Joyce's novel Finnegans Wake, which does the same. See more »

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Absolutely Brilliant.
22 October 2001 | by mloughreySee all my reviews

I've just started watching this show on Irish television, and it's absolutely brilliant. The story centres around 3 friends (Ray, Micheal, and Barry)living in a house on Dublin's Bachelors Walk (one of the quays on the river Liffey in central Dublin) and what makes this show so funny is not just the witty dialogue, but the realism of it. The characters interact as you would expect Dubliners to do, and this in turn makes the show highly watchable. If you haven't tuned in yet, then do, you be glad you did.


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