Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival
Ruth McGowan, Dublin Fringe Festival director, with Sean Mulryan, chairman of Ballymore Group

The property developer Ballymore is committed to helping festival artists pull off ‘wild ideas’ as it underlines its support for the arts

‘This is not a badge-placement exercise.” That’s what Sean Mulryan, chief executive of property development company Ballymore, said about its new patronage of the Dublin Fringe Festival.

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