A bar in Belfast is offering free entry to all Derry Girls (and boys too) this weekend.
To celebrate the success of hit Channel 4 comedy, Derry Girls, the Limelight will let people from the city into the bar for free (before 11:30pm) but there's a catch - they have to prove their Derry-ness on the door.
Derry Girls was written and created by Derry woman, Lisa McGee.
The comedy series has proved a huge hit with Channel 4 audiences so much so they commissioned a second series after just one episode.
In a hilarious reference to episode two of the series, the Limelight is offering a promotion on "flaming Sambucas" and there is even a competition to win "your carryout on the way home - 7 chips, 12 chicken nuggets, battered hot dog and a (PLAIN) chicken burger".
Episode four of Derry Girls will be shown on Channel 4 on Thursday January 25 at 10:00pm.