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Music / January 25, 2022

Róisín Murphy heads to the 3Olympia Theatre this April

Roísín Murphy
Music / January 25, 2022

Róisín Murphy heads to the 3Olympia Theatre this April

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Irish icon returns to the capital for a headline show.

Today, Róisín Murphy has announced a Dublin date at 3Olympia Theatre on 24 April 2022.

It comes after her New Year’s Eve show at Mothers’ Block Party was cancelled due to restrictions.

The singer-songwriter and director rose to prominence in the 1990s as one-half of Moloko before taking on a wildly successful solo career of her own.

Róisín’s new album Róisín Machine was released last year and was nominated for a Choice Music Prize award.

Tickets from 34.00 Euro including booking fees go on sale this Friday 28 January at 10.00.

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