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The man comes around: Niall Breslin

Bressie is standing at a career crossroads and faces a very different kind of challenge - becoming a successful businessman

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
23rd April, 2017
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Bressie in his new studio: ‘We’ve had huge stress in starting this business’

Niall Breslin is nervous. He doesn’t say it, or at least not at first, but it’s etched into the worry lines across his face, as he welcomes me into his new project, the building that he, his business partner Cian Boylan and his Mullingar pal Niall Horan (of that little-known outfit One Direction) bought together back in 2015, with the aim of renovating and turning into a world-class recording studio.

This building,...

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