Thursday July 9, 2020

Kilkenomics reveals the equity in our heritage

I have just walked out of Cleere’s pub in Kilkenny, where I watched a show about economic language. It shouldn’t work but somehow it does, writes David McWilliams.

23rd December, 2014

Who would have thought that an economics and comedy festival would sell out in Kilkenny?

Certainly five years ago when the idea was first mooted, the notion that the festival would get stronger and stronger appeared to be fanciful – but it has. Kilkenomics in now going into its sixth year and the gigs seem to sell out faster and faster.

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