As for Botha, the places on offer were out of his price range.
It was good to see what the event was like, he said, but added: “I’ll probably not be back”.
Damn Fine Print is a community printing studio “where a would-be printer can come and use our equipment”, says Willoughby.
It runs workshops and courses, does offsite events and produces its own affordable art.
By the end of the night all he had was “a couple of maybes, nothing definite”. She and her friend had been looking for a female housemate for their place.
“We’ve two girls that are coming to see a room tomorrow, so we’re happy with that,” she said.
“There was a girl in Ballsbridge who is going to be contacting me at the weekend to arrange a viewing.People looking to share accommodation are given red stickers; people offering rooms are given green stickers and a free pint.
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