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Sorcha Richardson for National Concert Hall headline gig

Sorcha Richardson for National Concert Hall headline gig


Sorcha Richardson has been announced for headline show at the National Concert Hall this November.

The Irish indie-rock artist will make her NCH debut on Wednesday November 29th, playing tracks with her band from her two albums, 2020’s First Prize Bravery and 2021’s Smiling Like An Idiot.

Ellie Goulding recently covered Sorcha’s song ‘Shark Eyes’.


Tickets cost €24 plus fees and are on sale Friday 18th August at 10am.
Box Office Tel: 01 4170000 // There’s 10% Discount for Friends of NCH and Groups of 10 or more.

The gig is part of a short Irish tour:

Following 2020’s First Prize Bravery, Sorcha Richardson moved past any difficult second album worries with a collection of guitar/synth indie-pop music that marked a songwriter, who always had a way with words and melody, bringing her art to sparkling resonant places.

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Smiling Like an Idiot (Faction Records) secures Richardson as one of our finest songwriters, capable of spinning songs that root the listener to a particular experience or night, visiting old haunts and sharing these places with the people in your life. As Richardson says it is “…about falling in love with a person and a place, which in this case is Dublin, and how those two are interlinked.”

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