If you’re on the hunt for tickets, drop to the Box Office at 76 John Street, also home of the Kilkenny Arts Office.
We got to make some advance moves on Miracoco. Here’s Alan, enjoying himself, but in fairness, we could have spent all day in the place.
Honestly, you could actually spend all day in the place. Wait for the videos. Or don’t, and just drop into it in Kilkenny Castle park for the day.
After the party, it was on to St. Canice’s to grab Margie Lewis (top photo) and Neil Hannon. The senior volunteers are looking well this year.
Side stage at St. Canice’s Cathedral, awaiting Neil Hannon. That’ll be the festival piano and his guitar.
And there’s Neil Hannon on the piano, just kicking into the first song.
A long shot of Neil Hannon from the back of St. Canice’s Cathedral on the 50mm lens (as are the rest of the images). Powerhouse of a show last night.
Winding down the day’s coverage with photographer Ross Costigan, at the top of the recently refurbished ‘Canice’s Steps’ in Kilkenny, bridging Irishtown with The Coach Road and St. Canice’s Cathedral.