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Richard Hawley announces Vicar Street show

Acclaimed songwriter and crooner Richard Hawley has announced a forthcoming Dublin show in support of his eight studio album Hollow Meadows.

Richard Hawley will play Vicar Street on October 30th, as he tours his upcoming new album which is due for release on September 10th. 125 more words


Django Django to play Vicar Street

Electronic-rock act Django Django have announced an upcoming show in Vicar Street this December as part of their European tour.

The London based outfit will play the Dublin venue on Tuesday, December 1st. 138 more words


La Sardina Live Experience. Thank You Santa

DUBLIN, MAY 31. I know, it is almost summer and talking about Santa Claus sounds a bit off season, but it was last Christmas that I got from him La Sardina Lomo camera with which I took these pictures. 123 more words


John Grant adds second date at Vicar Street

Following the quick sell-out of John Grant’s upcoming live show at Vicar Street this winter a second date has been added on November 10th.

Few will be surprised to find out how quickly Grant’s first Dublin gig sold out and now with the songwriter adding another show to his tour Irish fans will get a second chance to see the critically acclaimed musician live in Vicar Street this November. 97 more words


John Grant set for Vicar Street show

Acclaimed songwriter John Grant has confirmed a live date at Vicar Street in Dublin on November 9th of this year.

Grant, who is known for his work with alternative-rock act the Czars and a pair of critically acclaimed solo albums  117 more words


Review: Tommy Tiernan’s ‘Out of the Whirlwind’

Tommy Tiernan’s new show is aptly titled ‘Out of the Whirlwind’. I have always been a fan of Tommy Tiernan because of the immense zeal he oozes and the rapid jump from crude, hilarious exclamations based on his observation of Irish society to his profound, and often dark, musings on life. 440 more words

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Flying Lotus, Vicar Street Dublin

Even though this was advertised as an AV show, it was still quite jarring to see the stage setup initially. Any idea of what was to be expected was thrown out the window with the first sight of the hexagonal cage placed in front of Flying Lotus’ equipment. 304 more words

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