Bara Cailín 1: 41 ‘The Giant Wall’

Once in the gantry Inteachán could see various angry-looking men hunting for her behind the band who were just getting ready to begin.

Inteachán found herself above the giant wall of video screens and she set about scanning the wall for any weak spots.

‘No one would be foolish enough to have one giant switch that turned the whole thing on and off,’ she said to herself. ‘That would just make all of this far too easy.’

The first of the lights started to dim beside her. As they dimmed Inteachán noticed that a stagehand had left a bolt spanner attached to the bolt that held the chain that held the lights to the gantry.

‘Not quite but close,’ smiled Inteachán.

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