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Lismore’s Taproot festival dug deep

LISMORE’S first Festival of Music and Literature (aka Taproot) was a resounding success in the words of the chairwoman of the Gaelic Heritage Centre, Jennifer Baker.

Jennifer and Patron Mairi Campbell and a group of willing volunteers organised this ‘fabulous weekend’ which boasted literary and musical icons such as Liz Lochhead, James Kelman, Donald Meek, Norman Bissell and Davy and the Clincarts.

Mairi brought her five star Fringe show ‘Pulse’ to a packed hall on Saturday night and this was followed by a concert featuring Dirt Roadsters and Delightful Squalor, a duo who created total magic on stage: Cera Impala and Lake Montgomery.

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