Ireland’s capital continues to produce irresistible stories and intriguing characters that pique interests all over the world. All eyes were on Dublin Castle in the summer of 2015 as the country became the first country to vote overwhelmingly in favour of same-sex marriage and of course, the city whipped up a loving party atmosphere. This huge victory for equality saw Panti Bliss, the popular drag queen and gay rights activist and owner of Pantibar, elevated to national treasure status as the unofficial Queen of Ireland.
Music and storytelling have played a significant part in shaping the distinctive Irish voice at home and overseas. Throughout the years, bands and artists from Dublin have emerged as major international artists, like Sinead O’Connor, Glen Hansard, Damien Rice and The Script. Most recently, Swords natives Kodaline have emerged as a major international act, joining The Coronas in making waves. And of course, who could forget U2? In late 2015, the band returned to Dublin to conquer the city that defined them with a series of amazing gigs that will live long in the memory.
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