Lismore set for a Cosi weekend in June

Festival has potential to be world famous if decent funding ever arrived

13th March, 2016
Sandra Oman and Damon Ploumin Nestor were at Lismore Castle to launch the Lismore Opera Festival

It may be a backwater on the Blackwater but, no matter how you view it, the handsome town of Lismore in Co Waterford is a jewel of Irish tourism.

It would be hard to envisage a better site for an opera festival, if one didn’t already exist there. Lismore has class, style and heritage – plus an array of fine restaurants. Even better, it has a dramatically perched castle over a river – just perfect...

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