Lisa Hannigan (photo by Rich Gillen)

Lisa Hannigan has announced a tour across Ireland in support of her brilliant new album At Swim.

Hannigan will play a host of dates this December including shows in Vicar Street (Dublin), The Empire Music Hall (Belfast), St. Canice’s Cathedral (Kilkenny) and Cork Opera House. See full list of tour dates below.

The songwriter will be performing in support of her acclaimed third studio album At Swim. TLMT said of the record. “It would be easy to say that At Swim is Lisa Hannigan’s best work, it certainly feels that way. But rather than an isolated piece, it seems Hannigan’s entire solo career is entwined. There could be no At Swim without Passenger, and no Passenger without Sea Sew. So in this way Hannigan’s latest offering is yet another compelling instalment in what is becoming one large canvas.” (read full review – here).

LISA HANNIGAN TOUR DATES
December 1st                       Seapoint Ballroom, Galway
December 2nd                      O’Reilly Theatre, National Opera House, Wexford
December 8th                       The Glassworks, Derry
December 10th                    Vicar Street, Dublin
December 12th                     Cork Opera House, Cork
December 16th                     Limetree Theatre, Limerick
December 17th                     Beaulieu House and Gardens, Drogheda, Co Louth
December 18th                     Unitarian Church, Dublin (all ages show at 2.30pm)
December 19th                     The Empire Music Hall, Belfast
December 22nd                    St Canice’s Cathedral, Kilkenny
December 21st                     An Ghrianán Theatre, Donegal
December 23rd                    Theatre Royal, Waterford

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