Sugababes live at The Point, Dublin

The Point is stuffed with row upon row of kids with glow sticks, light up bunny ears, pop corn and hassled-looking parents. They’re waiting for the Sugababes. And waiting. And waiting.

Panto season seems to have come early to Dublin this...

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