Saturday, 9th December
Also performing Friday, 8th December
With special guests Pugwash
Tickets from €40.05 go on sale Tuesday, 8th August.
‘He makes you laugh, but what lifts the comedy towards the divine is the fact that he also makes you think.’ Mail on Sunday Event 5*
‘Almost 27 years into their existence, The Divine Comedy remain a life-affirming joy’ Observer
‘Bittersweet ambiguity, where irony meets sincerity and levity shades into melancholy’
After a run of sold out acclaimed shows in 2016 and early 2017, The Divine Comedy adds a second Olympia Theatre show to their National Irish Tour this December, Saturday 9th December. They will perform a string of shows Nationwide making a stop off at Cork, Limerick, Derry, Belfast & Dublin with special guests Pugwash.
Since The Divine Comedy’s inception in 1989, Neil Hannon has time and again proved to be one of the UK’s best and most original songwriters. The Divine Comedy’s new album, ‘Foreverland’, was hailed as one of the albums of the year by the critics and debuted at Number 7 in the UK Chart.
Monday 4th Cork Opera House – €33.50 & €39.05 incl. booking fee
Tuesday 5th Limerick, University Concert Hall – €33.50 & €39.05 incl. booking fee
Wednesday 6th Derry, Millennium Forum – £32.50 & £38.00 incl. booking fee
Thursday 7th Belfast, Ulster Hall – £33.00 & £37.50 incl. booking fee
Friday, 8th Dublin, Olympia Theatre – €40.05 & €45.05 incl. booking fee & R. levy
Saturday, 9th Dublin, Olympia Theatre – €40.05 & €45.05 incl. booking fee & R. levy
Tickets available for second Olympia Theatre show, Tuesday 8th August at 9am