When I first arrive at Killruddery House, the electricity is out. “There was a loud bang on the other side of the estate,” explains Anthony Brabazon, six foot-plus of lithe, bespeckled energy, “and after that, the power quit. It comes off the mains but there are various elements that run into it, something of a highway of cables to make it work, so it can be a bit temperamental.”
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