My new favourite Christmas video pic.twitter.com/N5DcLS20mo
— Ian Fitzgibbon (@TheFitzmeister) December 11, 2018
It escalates sharply.
Unspecified location (possibly Tipperary).
Media Coop has created a little film about some of Dublin’s most committed Christmas illuminators.
Colin Norris, of Media Coop, writes:
One of the neighbours, Mr Tilly, would be busy setting his lights up every year and we wanted to know why he did it? We ended up visiting homes in Sandymount, Crumlin and Palmerstown to meet the people who, every Christmas, light up their homes for their communities and the charities they support.
Meet Mr Tilly, Josie and Seanie as they invite us into their incredible homes and tell us about why they ‘Let it Glow’ each Christmas.
Eliot Loudermilk writes:
It’s my annual mail asking you to plug my naughty-language-laden site for picking Christmas presents, but without having to resort to putting thought into it.
It’s getting close now, so I reckon your readers will be at the required level of desperation to find it useful
What the eff will YOU get?
National Concert Hall, Dublin 2
Singers from Piccolo Lasso children’s choir at the launch of the ESB Great Christmas Concert 2018 at the National Concert Hall On Thursday December 6 at 8pm.
The Lassus Scholars and Piccolo Lasso, with conductor Dr. Ite O’Donovan, will be joined by the Orlando Chamber Orchestra, under leader Gillian Williams and a chance for the public to sing-a-long the “Hallelujah Chorus”.
Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland
Dún Laoghaire Lexicon last night.
(Thanks Ultan Mashup)
Leanne O’Toole tweetz:
I was so invested in getting Kevin the Carrot and Co at 9am that I forgot to go on and get Spice Girls tickets until 9:04am and they were sold out 😭 oh well at least my Squad is cool 😂
Ken Curtin tweetz:
Hectic morning at @Aldi_Ireland #Cobh but the craic was 90 as half the town was here, all queing to buy the legend that is #KevinTheCarrot
Earlier: Chicas To The Front
The Immigrant Council of Ireland tweetz:
This week the abhorrent language & experiences of racism have again made the headlines. But hear this: a family just called us as they want to invite a family living in direct provision to share Christmas in their home – sharing culture a great way to #EndRacism #FridayFeeling
Or this guy…
Fun Place, South King Street, Dublin 2.
You’ll thank us.