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General News / October 5, 2018

Meltybrains? announce return of ‘?’ show & drop new track ‘Roger Federer’

General News / October 5, 2018

Meltybrains? announce return of ‘?’ show & drop new track ‘Roger Federer’

If you missed their collaboration with Algorithm last month in the Abbey Theatre, now is your chance to experience ‘?’.

 

Following the success of their sold-out Abbey Theatre production of ‘?’ with Fringe Festival, they’re bringing the show back to Dublin. With all new audio/visuals, they’ll take over Button Factory on the February 26, 2019. Tickets on sale Monday.

In the meantime they’ve also shared a new track, ‘Roger Federer’, “a footwork inspired beast which takes inspiration from DJ Rashad, DJ Spinn, Jlin and professional tennis, among other things”.