Badly Drawn Boy announces first Dublin show in almost 10 years 4 years ago

Badly Drawn Boy announces first Dublin show in almost 10 years

One of the most original singer-songwriters of the last two decades is coming to Dublin.

The Bowery in Rathmines will play host to the first Dublin show by Badly Drawn Boy in almost ten years on Sunday 18 December.

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The singer, real name Damon Gough, arrived on the scene in 2000 with the phenomenal, Mercury Prize-winning 'The Hour of the Bewilderbeast' and has since released Have You Fed The Fish? (2002), One Plus One Is One (2004), Born In The UK (2006) and It’s What I’m Thinking Part 1: Photographing Snowflakes (2010).

His soundtrack to the 2002 film About A Boy, starring Hugh Grant, remains one of Badly Drawn Boy’s most critically acclaimed and successful albums (certified Gold in the UK) and spawned two singles, ‘Silent Sigh’ and ‘Something To Talk About’.

Tickets for Badly Drawn Boy in The Bowery will go on sale Friday 21 October from €22.90 plus booking fee, available from www.ticketmaster.ie and www.thebowery.ie.