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  • The Divine Comedy

Concerts & Gigs

Irish band The Divine Comedy have carved out a niche for themselves, parodying modern culture and the pop scene with album after album of music you can really bop to.

First formed in 1989 by frontman Neil Hannon, The Divine Comedy first reaped the rewards from hours of rehearsal when their album, A Short Album About Love, become a surprise hit.

Neil Hannon is ever the dandy, and with a stage presence reminiscent of the great crooners, he makes songs inspired by Noel Coward, Yeats, and Britain's national railways into radio play-worthy tunes.

They'll be taking over the Bord Gais Energy Theatre for one night only, hopefully nodding to collaborations with Father Ted (My Lovely Horse) and Neil's work on The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy as well as the recent album, Foreverland.

Put on your best suit and be nice to your jolly hostess en route to this smashing gig.



Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Dock






  • Sun, 26 February 2017 19:30 - 22:30