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Social Pics: Dublin Theatre Festival Gala Night


by Niamh ODonoghue
19th Oct 2017

Anne Maher and Helen Carroll at the Dublin Theatre Festival Gala night at The Westbury Hotel,Dublin

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Each year Gala Night brings together festival supporters from the business and artistic communities for an exclusive evening of dinner and entertainment to celebrate the extraordinary contribution made to the world of theatre by theatre-makers. This year the event celebrated the work of Rosaleen Linehan and the late Fergus Linehan. Guest speakers were Des Keogh and Fergus Linehan Junior.

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