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Rachel Lynch
Journalist with InTallaght.

There was great excitement in Tallaght today as some very special guests arrived at The Square – The Smurfs.

This afternoon the Smurf costume characters who are touring Dublin this week dropped into the Centre to say hello to all their fans. Their visit is to celebrate the upcoming release of their latest film “Smurfs; The Lost Village”.

There we so many children (and adults) delighted to get pictures and greet the popular characters. The film “Smurfs; The Lost Village” is set to hit screens here in Ireland the end of March!

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