Summer flings: The hard work of bringing a festival to fruition
What happens long before the punters arriving expecting sunny days and seamless entertainment?
For many Irish people, summer means enjoying being outdoors. For some, that might involve golfing, gardening or simply sunbathing when we get the good weather, but for others, it means one thing – festival season.
It officially kicked off last weekend when Forbidden Fruit took over the grounds of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, and there are lots more events taking place over the rest of the summer season all over the country.
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