The first Naas and Sallins Midsummer Arts festival delighted visitors to the streets of both towns over the weekend of June 24 and 25.
It will featured drama, art and street theatre and was funded by money set aside by local councillors specifically for this purpose.
Mundy, Hally and the Improvisors and David Agnew were some of the well-known names who performed during the festival.
Festival chairman James Lawless, TD, paid tribute to the organising committee of artistic director Lynne Kinlon; Sharon Fidgeon from Culture Night; Kathleen Smith and Celine Garvey from the Moat, Bill Clear from Tidy Towns, Ger Loughlin, Tony Sourke, Cllr. Carmel Kelly and Cllr. Sorcha O'Neill.
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