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/ September 22, 2021

Denise Chaila reveals headline debut in Dublin

Photo credit: Shane Serrano
/ September 22, 2021

Denise Chaila reveals headline debut in Dublin

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Narolane Records rapper heads to the Olympia Theatre early next year.

You’d have to be living under a rock to have missed the immaculate rise of Denise Chaila in the past year and a half. Having her breakout moment during lockdown on the Other Voices Courage series, it’s been bittersweet enjoying her ascendency virtually for the majority of the year.

However, now the RTÉ Choice Prize winner has revealed her long-awaited headline debut in the capital. Denise is taking the stage at the Olympia Theatre on Friday 25 February 2022 in what promises to be a huge show.

The news comes after the release of her medieval-tinged hit ‘061 which paid homage to the area and people that raised her.

Tickets start at €22 and go on sale from this Friday at 10.00.

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