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deepness

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Dunnes Stores and a few other shops : not the best by any means.
Think the jetlands issues are more to do with Dunnes who owns it than anything else. They closed Costa coffee and a clothes shop overnight a few years ago and have been no real new tenants since.

Coonagh cross is being converted into a new part of LIT campus and work is well underway. They have big plans around there and with the northern distributor road it opens up that part of the city in a big way
 


statsman

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Apparently the 'biggest public library in Ireland' will only have 20,000 books in it.
 

raetsel

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There's a very small history of opera in Ireland. The best teaching of opera happens in Dublin.

Dublin couldn't support a small opera theatre a few years back and there are plenty of small musical venues that could used for opera performances.
Talking of which, (and I know this is off topic) but does anyone know how professional Irish National Opera are? Are they mostly amateurs, with a handful of professionals at the core?

INO Announces First Five Operas of 2019 | News | Irish National Opera
 


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