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Self Esteem announces biggest Dublin show at 3Olympia

Self Esteem announces biggest Dublin show at 3Olympia


It’ll be no surprise to anyone who has been on the Rebecca Lucy Taylor train in the last year or so, but Self Esteem has been announced for her biggest show in Dublin yet at 3Olympia Theatre, next year, on Sunday 26th February 2023.

Tickets from €22.40 on sale this Thursday at 10am.

There has been a vision and direct energy emanating from the  Prioritise Pleasure album and live shows from Self Esteem, as witnessed last year at The Workman’s Club.

A Belfast show on February 27th 2023 has also been announced at Limelight 1.

Tickets on sale Thursday at 10am from

Presale tomorrow through the Self Esteem newsletter.

Whether it’s the confessional empathetic ‘I Do This All The Time’ to the propulsive electro-gurning gospel title track and their accompanying videos, Taylor has approached her music with a grand plan rooted in honesty and executed it with a pop flair.

The Workman’s Club was clearly too small a stage for her then in November 2021, and she’s Taylor has gone from strength to strength.

Self Esteem has recently shared a new single version of her empowering track ‘You Forever’, taken from her hugely acclaimed second album Prioritise Pleasure, released in October 2021 via Fiction Records. Self Esteem adds “Please enjoy this edit. V keen for this song about never getting over my girlfriend to get onto love island if anyone can help with that.”

Up next for Taylor, is composing the soundtrack for the UK premiere of Suzie Miller’s award-winning play Prima Facie, starring Jodie Comer. A book about her experiences was released last year also.


3rd April – BBC Radio 6 Music Festival, Cardiff, UK

16th April – Stockton Calling Festival, Stockton-On-Tees, UK

24th April – DIY Alive Festival, Oval Space, London, UK (In conversation)

1st May – Sound City Festival, Liverpool, UK

6th May – Focus Wales Festival, Wrexham, UK

4th June – Mighty Hoopla Festival, London, UK

12th June – Syd for Solen Festival, Frederiksberg, Denmark

19th June – Bigfoot Festival, Middle Claydon, UK

3rd July – Down The Rabbit Hole Festival, Ewijk, Netherlands

9th July – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow, UK

See Also

23rd July – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield, UK

24th July – Standon Calling Festival, Royston, UK

30th July – Deer Shed Festival, Thirsk, UK

12th August – Boardmasters Festival, Cornwall, UK

14th August – Summer Well Festival, Buftea, Romania

19th August – All Points East Festival, London, UK

21st August – Camp Bestival, Shropshire, UK

26th August – Victorious Festival, Portsmouth, UK

04th September – Forwards Festival, Bristol, UK

26th February – 3Olympia Theatre, Ireland

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