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Welcome to the 2010 Cork Midsummer Festival. This year sees an action-packed festival with 16 days and nights of the very best in theatre, dance, music and arts participation from Cork, Ireland and the entire world. We have new productions and Irish premieres taking place in every conceivable location across Cork city.

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