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Harry’s game

Big-potatoes venue owner Harry Crosbie, who has had an unexpected starring role in On The Record of late, has clarified some of his recent comments about who will be running his various Dublin rooms. Speaking to Hot Press, Harry confirms …

Thu, Nov 1, 2007, 11:38

   

Big-potatoes venue owner Harry Crosbie, who has had an unexpected starring role in On The Record of late, has clarified some of his recent comments about who will be running his various Dublin rooms.

Speaking to Hot Press, Harry confirms that he’s done a deal with Live Nation.

Live Nation have a management contract to run The Point. They’ll also be running the new theatre that we’re building in Hanover Quay. That’ll all come under Mike Adamson’s (Live Nation Ireland boss) brief. And the same will apply to Vicar St.

But…

The acts for Vicar Street will be booked by Aiken Promotions. That’s the same as it always was.

Conspiracy theorists, it seems, will have to find something else to fume about.

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