Emer McLysaght: A Christmas experience to forget

Coronavirus has dampened this year’s festive celebrations, but one tradition that can’t be stopped by a pandemic is the seasonal ‘experience’ that falls flat

13th December, 2020
Emer McLysaght: A Christmas experience to forget
It’s not really Christmas until a magical Santa ‘experience' has been labelled a disappointment and children have been left crying

There’s been a lot of chat about how this Christmas is going to be so different to the ones that have come before it. There are no marauding gangs in Christmas jumpers dropping like flies after pub seven of the Twelve Pubs. There are no function room office Christmas parties and therefore no incidents of Siobhán from accounts having to remind Des from escalations for the fourth time that she has a boyfriend....

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